Edinburgh, Craighouse Road, New Craig House
Hospital (Period Unassigned), University (Period Unassigned)
Site Name Edinburgh, Craighouse Road, New Craig House
Alternative Name(s) Napier University; Royal Edinburgh Hospital
Canmore ID 73627
Site Number NT27SW 195
NGR NT 23353 70686
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
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- Council Edinburgh, City Of
- Parish Edinburgh (Edinburgh, City Of)
- Former Region Lothian
- Former District City Of Edinburgh
- Former County Midlothian
NT27SW 195 73353 70686
NT27SW 12 23459 70660 Old Craig House
NT27SW 697 23434 70500 South Craig House
NT27SW 1006 23429 70558 Bevan House
NT27SW 1007 23431 70626 East Craig House
NT27SW 1008 23249 70658 Queen's Craig House
NT27SW 1009 23621 70611 East Lodge
ARCHITECT: Sydney Mitchell and Wilson 1890-4
DECORATION: James Clark, George Street (information from Mr Gibson 1.11.1989)
OWNERS: Formerly Royal Edinburgh Hospital. From 1993/4 - part of Napier University.
The Public Monuments and Sculpture Association (http://www.pmsa.org.uk/) set up a National Recording Project in 1997 with the aim of making a survey of public monuments and sculpture in Britain ranging from medieval monuments to the most contemporary works. Information from the Edinburgh project was added to the RCAHMS database in October 2010 and again in 2012.
The PMSA (Public Monuments and Sculpture Association) Edinburgh Sculpture Project has been supported by Eastern Photocolour, Edinburgh College of Art, the Edinburgh World Heritage Trust, Historic Scotland, the Hope Scott Trust, The Old Edinburgh Club, the Pilgrim Trust, the RCAHMS, and the Scottish Archive Network.
Standing Building Recording (1 June 2015 - 11 September 2015)
Wardell Armstrong Archaeology was commissioned by Clearbell Capital LLP to prepare a level II building survey for New Craig, Craighouse, Edinburgh (NT 2345 7066) in support of a proposed redevelopment of the site into a residential area. (Ref. 12/04007/LBC).
Information from Arianne Buschmann and Richard Newman (Wardell Armstrong Archaeology) December 2015. OASIS ID: wardella2-223763