9 ongoing developments that will change the face of Edinburgh forever

Edinburgh is undergoing some big changes in wide range of different sectors, including retail, sport and hospitality, among many others.

9 of the huge developments that will change the face of Edinburgh

From the new Urban Quarter to the plans for Leith Harbour, the face of Edinburgh is set to be changed forever as the evolution of this great historical city continues. Here, the Evening News takes a look at some of the developments currently underway:

Almost 400 homes are planned for this development, names the Waterfront Plaza. The completion of the project is expected next summer.

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Granton Waterfront is set to be transformed with a 500 million pound development. It is expected to be completed in the summer of this year. Copyright
Ocean Terminal is set to be re-launched as Porta after its owners pledged to transform the shopping centre into one of Scotlands best retail and leisure destinations.
The 850 million pound project is aiming to have the retail leg completed by October 2020, with the hotel and homes due the year after.
Two empty premises at St Andrew Square will be transformed into the luxury 33-bedroom Gleneagles Hotel. Plans include a large bronze-clad extension to the rear of the properties.
Upmarket homes that will cost 2.5 million pounds are planned for one of Edinburghs most iconic landmarks, Donaldsons School for the Deaf building, in the Haymarket.
Plans to build a 7,800 seater stadium by Edinburgh Rugby have been given the thumbs up by the council. It is hoped to be completed in time for the 2019-2020 season.
This 47 million pound project aims to redevelop the iconic stadium will include 3G football pitches in the centre of a running track, and indoor track and an outdoor throws area, among other facilities.
The biggest development in Edinburgh for more than a decade proposes one million square feet of offices, a new public square, sports and leisure facilities, shops, bars, restaurants and a health centre.
Upmarket homes that will cost 2.5 million pounds are planned for one of Edinburghs most iconic landmarks, Donaldsons School for the Deaf building, in the Haymarket.
Ocean Terminal is set to be re-launched as Porta after its owners pledged to transform the shopping centre into one of Scotlands best retail and leisure destinations.