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Old September 8th, 2015, 03:10 PM   #1
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QMU unveils plans for £80m innovation hub

Scottish Construction Now! - 8th August, 2015



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Queen Margaret University (QMU) has submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) to East Lothian Council for an £80 million commercial and innovation hub on the land surrounding its Musselburgh campus.

The university is preparing a masterplan for an investment ready business hub which it said will support 13,000 jobs.

Knowledge economy advisors CAM-SCI were recently appointed to guide the university’s land development strategy.

QMU Principal Professor Petra Wend said: “I can confirm that we are formulating plans for the development of a commercial and innovation hub adjacent to the campus. We are of the strong belief that our proposals will deliver long term benefits to the region and I very much hope that the local community will help us shape those plans over the coming months through our consultation process.”

Phase One of the park is for the development of a 5,000sqm innovation centre followed by a range of facilities including retail, coffee shops, health and fitness, hotel and residential accommodation.

Petra Wend added: “We have drawn on international best practice in developing our plans. A £1 billion city region deal bid has been submitted by Edinburgh and the south east area of Scotland which concentrates on the region’s strengths of knowledge culture and technology.

“Although still in its early stage, we are confident that if the deal progresses our proposals would be relevant for inclusion.

“QMU has a key role as a catalyst to attract high growth SMEs to East Lothian and to work with them to achieve Scotland’s economic aspirations in partnership with industry bodies, other learning institutions and Government Agencies. To achieve this potential, the land adjacent to our campus must be retained for the development of specialist facilities needed to support business growth.”

QMU is already committed to a partnership with East Lothian Council and has created an on-campus Business Innovation Zone (BIZ) which includes the Council’s Business Gateway, the first time a Business Gateway has been based in a Scottish university.

Members of the local community will have the opportunity to drop in and view the university’s proposals and to ask questions of QMU representatives at consultation events to be held on 9th September at the Brunton Hall in Musselburgh and on 10th September at QMU. Both drop-in events will run between 2pm and 8pm.




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[B][SIZE="4"]QMU unveils plans for £80m innovation hub
Excellent timing Kenspeckle.

Having expressed a wish a few days back for something in the city deal to tackle QMU's rather isolated feel and connectivity, I see this as addressing some of that, albeit by building up the site.

I won't compile another wishlist lest this ability to make reality arise from mere thought suffers a drop in batting average.

Good news for QM though.
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Leading Knowledge Economy Specialists to advance plans for new Innovation Park for Scotland

Queen Margaret University - 4th March, 2016

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Queen Margaret University (QMU) has announced that it has retained the services of leading knowledge economy consultancy CAM-SCI to lead development of the detailed business plan for an £80m Innovation Park on the land adjacent to its Musselburgh campus. The decision to retain the consultancy was made after a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) consultation in September 2015 saw support for the concept gather pace.

As East Lothian Council moves towards finalising the East Lothian Development Plan, QMU is progressing its vision for local and regional social and economic development around its campus, aiming to protect this land for the development of specialist facilities to support the food and drink sector.

Cambridge-based CAM-SCI, which has a strong track record in guiding some of the UK’s most successful innovation and science parks from concept development through to funding and delivery, last year worked with QMU to advance the University’s vision for this employment-focused hub . The University’s development strategy also provides for a commercial hub to deliver retail and leisure facilities for students, staff and the surrounding local communities.

Commenting on CAM-SCI’s appointment, QMU Principal Professor Petra Wend said: “ Our proposed development is market distinctive and complementary to Edinburgh Bioquarter and other developments in the region. After receiving a favourable response to our initial community consultations last autumn, we are now ramping up our efforts to make our vision of a thriving commercial community, providing sustainable employment opportunities and facilities for businesses to grow, become a reality.’

“CAM-SCI has a proven record of delivering value for universities, businesses and communities across the UK. Retaining their services to progress the next stage of our plans to secure the land, as well as planning and financial investment required to deliver the Innovation Park, underlines the university’s commitment to drive innovation and create prosperity for East Lothian and the wider Scottish economy. We believe there is demand and real potential for the University to be at the heart of a transformational project that will bring new opportunity and vitality to the region.”

The University has identified food and drink as a key area of innovation and growth. Phase One of the innovation park is for the development of two 50,000 sq. ft enterprise centres.

The co-located commercial development will create a vibrant area that combines innovation activity with the support of the University’s academic resources together with local amenities. It is a community focused scheme that will provide a range of facilities including retail, coffee shops, health and fitness, hotel and residential accommodation.

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I've changed the thread title to reflect the newly announced name for the project - Edinburgh Innovation Park. An official site for the development has also been launched, and there's an Edinburgh Innovation Park Newsletter - April 2016 (pdf) with the latest updates.

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Proposals centre around creation of two distinct areas on the land adjacent to QMU’s campus. A commercial hub will provide retail and leisure facilities for students, staff and the surrounding local communities. The innovation park plays to the University's strengths in research and knowledge exchange in food and drink, complementing existing campus facilities and providing a platform to foster entrepreneurship and enterprise in a supportive environment.

Edinburgh Innovation Park will break the mould with the UK’s first National Food and Drink Enterprise Centre providing specialist facilities and services required to support R&D and food science. A second centre will provide facilities for the very wide range of SME sectors innovating across all the services required by the food and drink sector – from design through to new materials.
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Plan view with viewpoints illustrated below


Viewpoint 1: Aerial overview


Viewpoint 2: New square


Viewpoint 3: New street


Viewpoint 4: Queen Margaret University Drive


Viewpoint 5: New connection at junction


Viewpoint 6: Phase 1 overview


Viewpoint 7: Innovation Park overview
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Newsletter from November 2016:

http://www.qmu.ac.uk/land-developmen...e-23112016.pdf
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EIP included in this recently submitted PAN for a large mixed-use development, including up to 1500 homes and the rumoured City Deal-backed A1 junction improvements, at Old Craighall and around QMU from Leith design consultancy, Iglu.

17/00004/PAN | Mixed use development comprising residential development, education, business, industry and storage and distribution, innovation hub (including classes 2,3,4,5 and 6), employment uses, commercial hub including hotel, local retail, cafe/restaurant and community facilities, residential neighbourhood centre (including use classes 1,2,3 and 10), playing fields and changing facilities, public park(s), construction of the grade-separated junction on the A1, roads and foot/cycle paths, and all ancillary and related development, including improvement to Musselburgh Rail Halt | Land At Old Craighall Musselburgh East Lothian



Emerging masterplan from Iglu.

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Masterplan unveiled for major 1,500 home development on outskirts of Musselburgh

East Lothian Courier - 8th June 2017



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A plan for 1,500 new houses, a new primary school and employment land at Craighall, near Musselburgh, has been branded “over-urbanisation” by the town’s conservation society.

Persimmon Homes, which owns the site on either side of the A1 near Queen Margaret University, unveiled the draft masterplan to the public at an exhibition in The Brunton last week as part of a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) for the project.

The company is now hoping to lodge a planning application for the development with East Lothian Council by the end of August.

Barry Turner, spokesman for Musselburgh Conservation Society, feared it would be an “extension of Edinburgh into East Lothian”, with “a poor physical and social relationship” with Musselburgh.

But he said: “If we must have 5,300 additional houses in and around Musselburgh, Musselburgh Conservation Society would support the principle of development at Craighall because traffic generated will be able to access the A1 through improved junctions and thus the impact on Musselburgh High Street should be minimised.”

He added: “The downside is that the community here will have a poor physical and social relationship with Musselburgh, the development being much more an extension of Edinburgh into East Lothian. It will also result in over-urbanisation because of the close association with proposed developments nearby.

“We think that the housing allocation here should be reduced as part of an overall reduction in Musselburgh and to allow a wider open space corridor along the western boundary and much-needed additional employment uses.

“We are concerned that the land set aside for improvements to the station is insufficient to provide for the increased commuter parking already needed and we want to see the safeguarding of a route for Tramline 3 up to the station included in the masterplan.”

Planning consultant Robin Holder, acting for Persimmon Homes, stressed that the land at Craighall was allocated for such a mixed-use development in the proposed East Lothian Local Development Plan.

The blueprint shows that to the north of the A1, land extends westwards from the B6415, “an important gateway route” into Musselburgh, wrapping around the east side of Queen Margaret University up to Musselburgh Railway Station. An extension of this western edge of Musselburgh of about 450 new homes “with strong links to rail and bus” is planned.

A quarter of the new homes proposed would be affordable and land has been safeguarded to allow improvements at the train station.

About 21 hectares of land, being promoted by the university for a commercial hub and innovation park, is situated to the north-west of the site.

On the other side of the A1 an area which extends north from Old Craighall into a ‘loop’ site and is bounded by a freight railway line would accommodate 700 new homes.

The existing community of Old Craighall would be expanded with 350 to 400 new homes and a new primary school served by secondary education at the existing Musselburgh Grammar School. Playing fields and changing facilities are planned close to the primary school.

A community hub would include a local convenience store, possibly a nursery facility, car parking associated with allotments along with potential other community uses. Further employment land, stretching to 41 hectares, would bound a recycling and energy recovery centre at Millerhill.

“Safe and attractive” footpath links would connect homes to schools, parkland, employment and shops within the site and the surrounding area.

The development areas to the north and south of the existing A1 would be connected by both existing vehicular routes and the completion of an ‘all-ways junction’ providing access directly to the A1 from the south of Queen Margaret University.

The existing single-sided Queen Margaret Junction would be upgraded and a roundabout provided to the south of the A1 which would be linked to the existing road infrastructure adjacent to the university by a new underpass, associated footpaths and cyclepath below the existing A1.

In addition to the junction and vehicular routes, dedicated underpasses below the A1 would be provided to allow safe access for cyclists and pedestrians to link in with both existing and proposed cycleways and footpaths.

Jim Kirkpatrick, managing director at Persimmon Homes East Scotland, said: “We are pleased to report the success of the recent public consultation event to discuss the future of the Craighall site.
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Draft masterplan for Craighall, incl. QMU's Innovation Park. PPP application expected next month.

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PPP submitted - 1,500 homes, 41 ha employment land, local centre, primary school, community facilities & junction improvements to the A1 interchange. Masterplan by Iglu Studio for Persimmon Homes.

18/00485/PPM | Planning permission in principle for proposed Mixed Use Development comprising residential development, education, business, industry, storage and distribution, innovation hub (including class 2,3,4,5 and 6), employment uses, commercial hub including hotel, local retail, cafe/restaurant, community facilities, residential neighbourhood centre (including class 1,2,3 and 10), playing fields, changing facilities, public park(s) and associated works | Land At Old Craighall Village Musselburgh East Lothian



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Site 1 Queen Margaret East

New high density development comprising a series of apartment / townhouse blocks, providing a transition between the detached and semi-detached housing on the western edge of Musselburgh and the large 4-6 storey development contained within QMU. The residential development will cater for those attracted to the area’s proximity to the railway station and university.

Site 2 New Monktonhall

An extension on the western edge of Musselburgh comprising around 450-500 new homes with strong links to rail and bus, providing a new gateway into Mussellburgh with a welcoming gateway corridor introduced along the B6415.

Site 3 Old Craighall

Expansion to the existing community of Old Craighall with the introduction of around 350 – 400 new homes, new housing, a new community focus and primary school. Enhancing the setting for new homes through improvements to an existing burn corridor and the establishment of a new recreation and education green space along the A1.

Site 4 Whitehill

A new mixed-use community with strong connections to the A1 and a potential new looped bus service, incorporating around 700 new homes with community centre and new employment uses. In addition, areas of housing will be characterised through the large swathes of landscape and planting accommodated along the Burn corridor and powerline corridor.

Site 5 Innovation Park

A new research and innovation quarter for East Lothian offering over 20 hectares of new commercial space. With strong links to the adjacent university the site offers the potential to build upon the reputation of Edinburgh and the Lothians for its research and innovation. Set within a strong landscape structure of green links and corridors, the park will have strong links to the centre of Edinburgh via Musselburgh Station, Lothian Bus links and an existing national cycle and core path link.
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First I've heard of this and the PPP looks very promising. I've always thought QMU was isolated compared to the area around it.

The new junction would be welcomed by many, but I'd be curious to see the impact of this on the bypass. Doesn't the A1/A720 junction get fairly busy at peak times? It would be interesting to see how the reduction in traffic leaving the existing QMU junction and doing a u-turn at the A1/A720 junction as a result of the new on/off ramps will be in comparison with the traffic increase from the full build out.
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PPP submitted - 1,500 homes, 41 ha employment land, local centre, primary school, community facilities & junction improvements to the A1 interchange. Masterplan by Iglu Studio for Persimmon Homes.


This looks interesting. But I do have some sympathy with the Musselburgh Conservation Society's concerns highlighted in a previous post. There's no doubt that, with the adjacent swathe of new housing at Newcraighall now pretty much joining Edinburgh up with Musselburgh, if this comes off, the Honest Toun could feel pretty much absorbed into the city.
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City Deal agreement signals green light for Edinburgh Innovation Park

Scottish Business News Network - 7th August 2018

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Queen Margaret University and East Lothian Council have welcomed the confirmation of funding of £600 million from the UK and Scottish Governments, which, when taken together with contributions from partners, will result in an investment of more than £1.3 billion in the economy of the Edinburgh and South-East Scotland region.

Government funding of £30 million, being made available through the Edinburgh & South East Scotland City Region Deal, will contribute towards the development of Edinburgh Innovation Park on land next to the University campus, a joint development by East Lothian Council and QMU.

An innovation hub will facilitate an expansion of the University’s existing Scottish Centre for Food Development & Innovation and will also provide flexible commercial space for small and medium sized businesses in the food & drink sector. Businesses will have ready access to the University’s expertise in the healthy food and drink product market, including the development of new leading-edge functional foods and reformulation of existing products. The innovation hub is expected to act as a catalyst for the further development of an innovation park, based broadly around the theme of food and drink, on a 52 acre site close to the University campus.

The University has worked closely with East Lothian Council to develop the proposal, and will continue to work together with the Council in a joint venture to deliver the innovation hub and the subsequent development of the wider innovation park. This will play a major part in the delivery of the two strategic goals set out in the Council’s Economic Development Strategy, that is, to increase the number of businesses in East Lothian with growth potential and to increase the proportion of East Lothian residents working in and contributing to East Lothian’s economy.

The innovation park will form part of a wider development of the land around the University campus, which will include a retail, leisure, and food & beverage Commercial Zone as well as up to 1,500 new housing units (including 375 affordable units) and a new primary school. The full development is expected to leverage in almost £400 million of private sector funding over a period of around 20 years.

Welcoming the announcement, Queen Margaret University’s Principal, Professor Petra Wend, said:

“The ability to set the University at the heart of a major hub for economic development in East Lothian, based around the University’s expertise in food and drink, was one of the key factors which influenced the University’s decision to relocate to East Lothian in 2007. The offer of City Region Deal funding will now allow the University, working in close partnership with East Lothian Council, to move forward with these plans, which are expected to bring almost 1,000 new jobs to the area in the first phase alone. The additional development planned on the land around the University campus, including the construction of new housing, will mean that the University will become part of a vibrant new community within the County”.

Other elements of the Deal benefiting East Lothian include a focus on developing skills and reducing barriers to employment. Support for an expanded affordable housing programme, with a specific focus on Blindwells, will allow more young people to continue to live and work in East Lothian and encourage more people to live and work locally. The Deal also signals improvements to the Edinburgh City Bypass and Sheriffhall roundabout which are used by many people living in East Lothian.

Depute Council Leader Norman Hampshire said:

“Growing the East Lothian economy and supporting local jobs is one of our top priorities as a council. That’s why we’re delighted with the signing of the City Region Deal.

“A huge amount of work has gone into developing and finalising a Deal and one which is good news for the county. It’s an excellent example of working together, with local authorities and partners such as Queen Margaret University, to secure a significant package of investment.

“The Food and Drink Innovation Campus at Queen Margaret University will support innovation and quality in the food and drink industry. A project of this nature is highly appropriate in Scotland’s food and drink county and we look forward to continuing to work closely with the university in taking the wider development forward.

“As well as improving employment prospects and transport infrastructure, the Deal will help to reduce inequalities across our communities. With its business and employability focus, the Deal will contribute to building an increasingly highly skilled workforce and will help reduce barriers to employment. Complementing the deal, a Regional Employability and Skills Programme will deliver better outcomes for all the region and particularly those people facing significant disadvantages to securing and sustaining meaningful, high quality employment.

“Improvements to the Edinburgh City Bypass and Sherriffhall roundabout will also have a positive effect on East Lothian’s economy by improving our transport links to Edinburgh and beyond.

“We will also directly benefit from an expanded affordable housing programme, with a specific focus on Blindwells, which will help to address the shortage of affordable homes we are facing. This will allow more young people to continue to live and work in East Lothian and encourage more people to live and work here – building both our communities and our economy.”
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Major mixed-use development at Old Craighall gets planning permission

East Lothian Council - 26th March 2019

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Planning permission in principle has been granted for a mixed use development at Old Craighall, Musselburgh, including 1500 homes, a primary school, business space, community facilities, public parks.

A separate application, also by Persimmon Homes, for detailed planning permission for 370 houses and 103 flats on the Old Craighall site was also approved at the meeting of East Lothian Council’s Planning Committee on Tuesday 26th March 2019.

The application for the mixed use development at Old Craighall, as allocated in the Local Development Plan, was submitted following community consultation, including a public event at The Brunton, Musselburgh. The total site is 116.5 hectares and refers to land around Queen Margaret University (QMU) and Musselburgh railway station and to the north and south of the A1. The plans include improvements to the junction off the A1 at QMU as well as the creation of pedestrian and cycle routes, including the council’s Segregated Active Travel Corridor.

The Innovation Hub at Queen Margaret University is part of the multi-million pound Edinburgh & South East Scotland City Region Deal, which will contribute to the joint development between East Lothian Council and QMU. The hub will facilitate an expansion of the university’s existing Scottish Centre for Food Development and Innovation and will also provide flexible commercial space for small and medium sized businesses in the food & drink sector.

Council officers had recommended granting of permission in principle for the two applications with conditions and a Section 75 agreement to fund transport infrastructure improvements, contributions for the new primary school and for secondary education provision and for community pitches. Planning committee members unanimously agreed to approve both applications.

The permission granted for the first phase of housing on the Old Craighall site includes 118 affordable units.
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Approved updated masterplan

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Detailed application for the initial phase of development, the first of the four neighbourhood areas, which was also approved this week - an extension to the western edge of Musselburgh comprising 473 homes, referred to as Monktonhall (sometimes New Monktonhall) on the masterplan.

15/00337/PM | Erection of 370 houses, 103 flats and associated works | Land At Craighall Musselburgh East Lothian

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Application submitted to upgrade the A1 junction at QMU.

19/00473/PCL | Alterations to A1/Queen Margaret University road junction by formation of slip roads, underpass, retaining wall, roundabout, foot and cycle paths and SUDS ponds | A1 Queen Margaret University Junction Craighall East Lothian

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Expected milestones from the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal Annual Report, Annual Conversation and Regional Growth Framework Update (pdf):

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April 2020 • Commencement of construction of Grade Separated Junction at Queen Margaret University Food and Drink Innovation Campus
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5 Jun 2020 • Joint Committee meeting to consider business case for Edinburgh Innovation Park (Queen Margaret University)
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