A huge blaze has broken out at the iconic Jenners building in Edinburgh - with ten fire engines battling to extinguish it

A huge blaze has broken out at the iconic Jenners building in Edinburgh - with ten fire engines battling to extinguish it. Fire crews rushed to the scene this morning (Monday) after reports of a fire at the building on Princes Street at 11.30am. Ten fire engines are tackling the blaze with thick smoke seen around the city. There is not thought to be any casualties. A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "We were alerted at 11.29am on Monday, January 23 to reports of a building fire at Rose Street, Edinburgh. “Operations Control immediately mobilised two appliances to the scene and on arrival firefighters found a building well alight. “A further eight appliances, including a high reach, were mobilised and crews remain on scene as they work to extinguish the fire. "No casualties have been reported.”