We distributed the June 2016 New Waverley Community update to residents and businesses living and working in the local area. The newsletter gives information relating to the progress of the project and introduces a proposal by Artisan Read Estate Investors to submit a planning application for Phase 2 of the development.
As part of this process, they are holding a community consultation event to engage with the local community and obtain their views about the new development proposals.
New Waverley is a development in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre a 7.5 acre site in the heart of Edinburgh’s city centre. Located in the Old Town, on the Royal Mile, rich history combines seamlessly with cutting edge contemporary architecture to create “New Waverley” an exciting and vibrant new destination.
When completed, it will be a vibrant and cool destination is Edinburgh’s most visionary and eagerly anticipated new development including new retail outlets hotels, apartments, offices , as well as a £m2m public square which will for the centrepiece of the new development. The New Waverley Square provide a place where people will be able to stroll through, rendezvous with friends or simply relax and take in the spectacular views.
Like many community engagement projects that we have worked on, this distribution was focused on a specific area – what we call a boundary distribution where the area into which the newsletters were to be distributed was very specific.
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