Plans to convert the old Clydesdale Bank building in Dalkeith

Wednesday December 12th 2018

Clydesdale Bank building Dalkeith

In association with Midlothian View, Libermove present details of noteworthy planning applications submitted to Midlothian Council.

On the 5th December a planning application was submitted to convert the old Clydesdale Bank on Dalkeith High Street into five flats and retain one commercial unit on the ground floor. The property is located close to the junction with South Street at 96 – 102 High Street.

The property currently has a large commercial area on the ground floor with further space contained on the first and second floors. From the planning application it would appear the applicant is proposing to convert the ground floor into 3 self-contained flats while retaining a commercial element to the front which faces onto the high street. With the first and second floors housing similar one and two bedroom units. The ground floor area extends along White’s Close to the rear of the property.

Clydesdale Bank building Dalkeith

The floor plans provide details of the proposed individual flat layouts.

Clydesdale Bank building Dalkeith

Full details of the application can be found HERE on the Midlothian Council website.

The application has been submitted by Mr Abdul Ibrahem with the architect Ken Smith registered at 7 Claremont Park Edinburgh EH6 7PJ. 104F High Street, a 1 bed flat located directly behind the old bank is under offer having been marketed at offers over £88,000

Clydesdale Bank building Dalkeith

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