(adapted from an email from Changeworks)
If you live in a flat in Edinburgh, Changeworks would like to ask your views of the shared waste and recycling bins on your street. The results of this survey will help the City of Edinburgh Council improve the service. The short online survey, which only takes 5-10 minutes to complete, is available to Edinburgh residents until 23 October 2017.
By taking part in the survey, you can enter a prize draw* with the chance to win several prizes including vouchers for Pizza Express and Cineworld, and family passes to the Camera Obscura in Edinburgh. You will also be offered the chance to attend a paid focus group, scheduled for November 2017, where feedback and ideas will be explored in more depth.
You can also follow @ChangeworksUK on Facebook and Twitter to share and retweet their posts about the recycling survey.
*Terms and conditions apply
(adapted from an email from Leith Creative)
Over the last six months, place-based research project Leith Creative has been engaging with Leithers, asking the simple question What would you do to make Leith better? Co-delivered by Morvern Cunningham (LeithLate) and Duncan Bremner (Citizen Curator), alongside creative partners Biomorphis, HERE+NOW and Lateral North, Leith Creative has appeared at and facilitated 18 public engagement events in a six month timeframe, reaching over 2000 people who live and/or work in the Leith area.
Now Leith Creative like you to join them, as they feed back on the information they have gathered. The reporting event will take place in Custom Lane, a collaborative centre for design and making in the heart of the Leith community on Thursday 19th October between 6-8pm. Please reserve a place via Eventbrite. Continue reading
(adapted from an email from Michael Motion, Senior Project Manager, Infrastructure, Leith Programme Project Team, sent on 2017_10_06 at 14:30)
This email contains information on
- Proposed works w/c 9th October 2017
- Road closures
- Proposed works / worksite locations
- Two-stage right turn for cyclists – junction of Leith Walk and McDonald Road/Brunswick Road
- New segregated cycle lanes on Leith Walk
- Picardy Place design update
(adapted from an email from Michael Motion, Senior Project Manager, Infrastructure, Leith Programme Project Team, sent at 11:01 on 2017_10_02)
Proposed works w/c 2nd October 2017
- Albert Street (planned re-opening date Tuesday 10th October)
- Brunswick Road (will remain closed until completion of the project at the end of October)
- McDonald Road (will remain closed until completion of the project at the end of October)
- Brunswick Street (planned re-opening date Wednesday 18th October 2017)
(adapted from an email from Michael Motion, Senior Project Manager, Infrastructure, Leith Programme Project Team, on 2017_09_27 at 16:35)
As you may be aware, the Outline Business Case for taking trams to Newhaven was approved on the 21st of September by the City of Edinburgh Council. You can see the Outline Business Case and the supporting report here under Reports and item 8·4.
A comprehensive tendering process will now get under way to secure a potential contractor partner for the project, with councillors due to make a final decision on taking the tram to Newhaven in autumn 2018 to allow construction to start in early 2019. Continue reading
(adapted from an email from Michael Motion, Senior Project Manager, Infrastructure, Turner & Townsend, sent at 11:31 on 2017_09_17)
Proposed works and worksite locations for w/c 18th September
- Kerb realignment has been completed at the Iona Street junction, and the footpath slabbing works will progress this week
- Completion of the footpath slabbing to the S/E corner of the Brunswick Street junction will continue this week
- Continuing the Scottish Water works at Croall Place, followed by the footpath reinstatement works
- Albert Street will close today for 2 weeks to accommodate the Leith Walk road re-surfacing works with associated traffic management and local diversions in place to accommodate these works
- Road surfacing works are continuing north to south on Leith Walk, are progressing well, and will be focussed on the East side going past Albert Street this week