2021 Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) Awards for Architecture

This year’s EAA awards were held on 28th October. According to their website, the awards are ‘designed to create a showcase for the Architectural profession to demonstrate its contribution to the environment and the economy’.

Last November there was a number of Edinburgh schemes among the winners at the 2020 awards.

Here is a quick look at the developments in Edinburgh which were among this year’s winners.

If you want to take a deeper look into the details, the Planning Portal  provides all the plans, drawings and related reports.

Old Schoolhouse, Morningside Rd (Planning Reference 18/01829/FUL)

Small Project Award

(Credit: EAA)

This category B-listed single storey church is located on the north-west corner of Morningside Road and Cuddy Lane and is in the Merchiston and Greenhill Conservation Area. It was originally built as a schoolhouse in 1823 with 20th century extensions to north and south elevations.  An application for Planning Permission was submitted in April 2018 for the demolition and replacement of the existing south extension and the removal of the internal and external alterations to the north extension’s east and west elevations.

View all the drawing, plans & details on the Planning Portal .

Queensferry High School (Planning Reference 17/04262/FUL)

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(Credit: EAA)

Large Project Award

An application in September 2017 was submitted for a new build replacement secondary school with associated playing fields, external spaces, car parking and landscaping. The existing school was demolished following completion of the development.

View all the drawing, plans & details on the Planning Portal

Meadowbank Masterplan (Planning Reference 20/00618/AMC)

Masterplanning Award

(Credit: Collective Architecture)

The redevelopment of Meadowbank is a major Council led regeneration project which will deliver a modern sports centre with new homes and community facilities on the surrounding site. This strategic place-making project is expected to bring significant opportunities to the area. 

View all the drawing, plans & details on the Planning Portal.

Other nominated Edinburgh schemes included:

Small Project

69/3 East Claremont Street

1/5 Gordon St

Stockbridge Ghost Extension

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Residential

Commendation– Gayfield Square (Planning Application Reference 21/02889/CLP)

Large Project

Commendation– St Peter’s Church Hall (Link Phase) (Planning Application Reference 21/03913/LBC)

Masterplannning

Granton Waterfront (Granton Waterfront Development Framework)

Regeneration/Conservation

6 Circus Lane (Planning Application Reference 19/03220/LBC)

Blackhall St Columbia’s Church (Planning Application Reference 18/07853/FUL)

Congratulations to all winners and finalists!

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