|King's Landing||100 flats. The first development of the Leith Regeneration to be completed.|
|Ocean Heights||Development of 246 luxury appartments.|
|Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre||Shopping and Leisure complex including 70 retail units over 3 floors, Debenhams and British Home Stores department stores, 12 restaurants, a 12 screen muliplex cinema and a heath club. |
The complex is adjacent to the mooring of the Royal Yacht Britannia. And includes the Royal Yacht's visitor centre.
|Queens Quay||Development of luxury 2 and 3 bedroom flats at the mouth of the Water of Leith.|
Information from a Morrison Homes promotional flyer
|Rennie's Lock||Development of 90 Luxury appartments and penthouses.|
|Scottish Office, Victoria Quay||Victoria Quay was purchased at a cost of £46million, the acquisition of the building followed the principles of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI). The chosen procurement route was Management Contracting.|
Provides accomodation for 1500 office staff.
The building is economically designed and the construction cost was approximately 20% less than similar buildings in Edinburgh.
The repetitive structural system favoured prefabricated construction; the structure is set to a grid based on a basic 1.5m pre-cast module.
The building incorporates high levels of insulation, passive solar control and opening windows; a large thermal mass and sophisticated building management systems were put in place to minimise energy consumption and reduce costs of occupation.
An Access Audit was undertaken by the Scottish Office to ensure provisions were made for the needs of disabled people.
A number of artistic commissions were placed in the public areas of the building;
A Scottish Oak reception desk by designer Erik de Graaf.
A geometrical tile design in the central rotunda by Dundee artist Elizabeth McFall.
An etched and sandblasted glass screen by Glasgow artist Tracy MacKenna.
Tapestry made in Edinburgh by artist Jo Barker.