Redevelopment of Jedburgh Grammar School site

Closes 21 Aug 2022

Opened 12 Jul 2022


This public consultation has opened to gather feedback on the redevelopment of the former Jedburgh Grammar School site.  The former school buildings are currently vacant and Scottish Borders Council (SBC) intends to sell the site as a commercial redevelopment opportunity to bring investment and regeneration to the town of Jedburgh.  Conversion of the listed buildings to housing, hotel or care home have all been considered as possible opportunities for the site.  This could also include redevelopment of the low value buildings for additional housing or a new supermarket.

Why your views matter

SBC is inviting the public to share their views on the redevelopment of the former Jedburgh Grammar School Site.  The online consultation will be available until Sunday 21 August. In-person events in Jedburgh are also being arranged so that you can discuss your ideas and share your thoughts with SBC Officers.  The dates and venues of these events will be promoted through SBC social media and local networks.  There are a number of considerations to be made in relation to how this site will be redeveloped – flood risk, archaeology, integration with the built heritage, roads matters etc., and your feedback will also be used to inform how it is marketed to developers. 

Give us your views


  • Consultation drop in

    From 27 Jul 2022 at 10:00 to 27 Jul 2022 at 16:00

    Call in to the Port House on Exchange Street to discuss your ideas and share your thoughts with SBC officers.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Development management statutory consultations