Transport interchange[edit] The newly redeveloped Haymarket railway station[4] is located here and is called at by the busy commuter services to Glasgow and Fife, as well as long-distance services to Carlisle, Inverness and Aberdeen. Edinburgh Trams' Haymarket stop is located adjacently North of the station for connections to the West of the city as far as Edinburgh Airport and the city centre to the East. The westbound tramway continues off-street at this point via Haymarket Yards. Lothian Buses are the main operator for local bus connections to and from the interchange stop on Haymarket Terrace, and nearby Dalry Road. Services from West Lothian are operated by First Scotland East who also run an express from Falkirk. Express coach connections from Strathclyde are operated by Scottish Citylink. The taxi rank is situated in Rosebery Crescent.


Redevelopment[edit] Plans to develop the former Morrison Street Goods Yard, a former railway site which has been partially derelict and partially a car park for many years were approved by The City of Edinburgh Council on 25 June 2008.[5] Tiger Developments purchased the site from City of Edinburgh Council for approximately £50 million in December 2006. The plans for the site included a 17-storey, 5-star hotel, a 3-star hotel, office buildings, retail space, bars, shops and a small supermarket.[6] However, this approval was overturned by Scottish ministers in October 2009, on the recommendation of a planning inquiry reporter, citing concerns about the impact of the 17-storey hotel on Edinburgh's skyline.[7] A revised planning application, incorporating a similar mixed use, with a lower skyline, was approved by the Council in December 2010.[8] Work to strengthen the railway tunnels under Haymarket began in 2013 in preparation for the construction of the new £200m development above which is to include a 320-space underground car park.[9] This involves grouting between the tunnel lining and the surrounding ground, and drilling and inserting metal bars within the brick lining. Due to line operations, works access was limited in the north tunnel to between midnight and 5am four nights of the week and in the south tunnel from 1am to 9.30am one night a week.[10] Above-ground construction was scheduled to start in early 2015 and the first phase was expected to be complete by 2016, but the completion of the first building has now been delayed to 2018.[11] The Haymarket, as the development is to be known, will provide new pedestrian links to neighbouring Fountainbridge and The Exchange district.


References[edit] ^ List of railway station names in English, Scots and Gaelic – NewsNetScotland Archived 22 January 2013 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba ~ Gaelic Place-Names of Scotland ^ https://www.glasgow.gov.uk/CHttpHandler.ashx?id=33048&p=0 ^ Haymarket Station officially opened - 19 December 2013 ^ "Haymarket hotel proposal approved". BBC. 25 June 2008.  ^ Richard Murphy Architects Archived 2007-08-08 at the Wayback Machine. ^ Skyline is the limit as plans for £250m hotel thrown out - Edinburgh Evening News, 28 October 2009 ^ Planners give new Haymarket gap site proposal thumbs-up - Edinburgh Evening News 3 December 2010 ^ Work to start on Edinburgh's £200m The Haymarket development - 28 November 2013 ^ Haymarket tunnels paves way for 200m development - The Construction Index, 30 July 2014 ^ http://www.thehaymarketedinburgh.com/haymarketnews.html v t e Areas of Edinburgh Abbeyhill Alnwickhill Ardmillan Baberton Balerno Balgreen Bankhead Barnton Beechmount Bingham Blackford Blackhall Bonaly Bonnington Burghmuirhead Braepark Broomhouse Broughton Brunstane Bruntsfield Bughtlin Burdiehouse The Calders Cameron Toll Cammo The Canongate Canonmills Chesser Church Hill Clermiston Colinton Comely Bank Comiston Corstorphine Cowgate Craigcrook Craigentinny Craigleith Craiglockhart Craigmillar Cramond Crewe Toll Currie Curriehill Dalmeny Dalmahoy Dalry Davidson's Mains Dean Village Drumbrae Drylaw Duddingston Dumbiedykes East Craigs East Pilton Eastfield Edinburgh Park Fairmilehead Ferniehill Ferry Road Firrhill Forrester Fountainbridge Gilmerton Gogar Gogarloch Goldenacre Gorgie The Grange Grassmarket Granton Greenbank Greendykes Greenhill Haymarket Hermiston Holy Corner Holyrood Holyrood Park Hunter's Tryst Ingliston Inverleith Jock's Lodge Joppa Juniper Green Kaimes Kingsknowe Kirkliston Lauriston Leith Liberton Little France Lochend Lochrin Longstone Marchmont Maybury Mayfield Meadowbank The Meadows Merchiston Moredun Morningside Mortonhall Mountcastle Muirhouse Murrayfield New Town Newbridge Newcraighall Newhaven Newington Niddrie Northfield Old Town Oxgangs Parkgrove Parkhead Piershill Pilrig Pilton Polwarth Portobello Powderhall Prestonfield Ratho Ratho Station Ravelston Redford Restalrig Riccarton Roseburn Saughton Sciennes Seafield Shandon Sighthill Silverknowes Slateford South Gyle South Queensferry Stenhouse Stockbridge Swanston Tollcross Torphin Trinity Turnhouse Tynecastle Warriston West Coates West Craigs West End West Pilton Wester Broom Wester Hailes Western Harbour Westfield Coordinates: 55°56′46.54″N 3°13′0.72″W / 55.9462611°N 3.2168667°W / 55.9462611; -3.2168667 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Haymarket,_Edinburgh&oldid=826208832" Categories: Areas of EdinburghHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksUse dmy dates from January 2018Use British English from January 2018Articles containing Scots-language textArticles containing Scottish Gaelic-language textCoordinates on Wikidata


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