LCCC October meeting: outline agenda

Outline Agenda for 17 October 2018

A detailed agenda will be published nearer the meeting.

  1. Welcome, introductions, attendance, apologies, declarations of interest
  2. Approval of Minutes of 17 September 2018 meeting
  3. Matters arising
  4. Community Police Officer’s Report
  5. Presentation and Q&A: briefing by CEC and Collective Architecture on plans for the defunct Powderhall site
  6. Parks & Green Spaces
    1. update on progress of Powderhall (unused railway line) green corridor
    2. further delay to re-opening of Water of Leith Walkway between Anderson and Newhaven
    3. investment in local parks and green spaces
    4. etc
  7. Transport & Clean Streets
    1. 2nd design consultation on tram extension
    2. consultation on business support during 2 year tram construction
    3. tram: supplementary projects
    4. strategic parking review
    5. Dalmeny Street capital project …
    6. etc
  8. Planning
    1. update on Drum/Stead’s Place
    2. Easter Road Lidl application resubmitted
    3. planning department: errors and complaints or resource issues?
    4. etc
  9. LCCC Office Bearers’ Reports
  10. Ward Councillors’ reports, MSPs’ reports, MP’s report
  11. Bulletin
  12. Open Forum
  13. AOCB
  14. Future Meetings (usually 3rd Monday of the month) and meeting topics/presentations

Meeting papers (from October 2014 onwards) are in the cloud at https://goo.gl/jrARbc.

The meeting papers will also be on LCCC’s website in due course on the meetings page: https://leithcentralcc.co.uk/reports.

Leith Neighbourhood Partnership Meeting 27 Sept 18 papers

Please click the thumbnails to see the full documents (as PDFs). Please note that some text and data have been redacted from the Licensing Board’s overprovision consultation, at the request of the Fire & Rescue Service. Updated versions of this text and data may become available after 1 November.

Leith Neighbourhood Partnership EP Review Locality Committee Summary contains a summary of the relationship between Localities and Neighbourhood Partnerships.

Leith Neighbourhood Partnership transport update, 27 September 2018 Leith Neighbourhood Partnership EP Review Locality Committee Summary
NE Action on Alcohol Group over-provision response, 04 October 2018 Leith Neighbourhood Partnership Summary Update, September 2018 (v1)

Licensing application and consultations

Licensing application

Please click the thumbnail see attached Civic new licence notice for a second hand dealer at 150 Easter Road.

application for second-hand dealer at 150 Easter Road

City of Edinburgh Licensing Board – Consultations

Edinburgh’s Licensing Board is consulting on the terms of a new draft statement of Licensing Policy, and its Assessment of Overprovision in the Board’s area.  Details of the consultations are available on the Consultation Hub on the Council’s website at the following locations:

https://consultationhub.edinburgh.gov.uk/cg/licensingstatement

https://consultationhub.edinburgh.gov.uk/cg/overprovision

Responses to the consultations should be sent to licensing.consultation@edinburgh.gov.uk

The consultations remain open until 5 October 2018.

 

Scottish Community Alliance e-newsletter

(LCCC’s secretary and web-weaver – among others – both subscribe to the Scottish Community Alliance‘s weekly e-newsletter. It’s usually very good reading, not least because SCA’s director is also a member of our neighbouring Leith Links CC, and has his thumb on the pulse of many community and community-council matters.

Here’s the latest edition, featuring the Scottish Government’s Democracy Matters programme.) Continue reading

Planning for change, delivering services: 2019 – 2023

(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council. NB this is an Edinburgh Council exercise, but LCCC is happy to disseminate information that will affect its citizens.)

Edinburgh Council is asking for feedback on its initial ideas for meeting the continuing pressures on Council services and budgets.

Since 2012 Edinburgh Council has saved £240 million, but it expects it will need to save at least £106 million more between now and 2022/23.

No decisions have been taken yet and feedback will shape the long-term plans as well as the more detailed proposals for balancing the budget in February for 2019/20.

Please complete the online survey or try your hand at prioritising services and balancing our budgets by 7 December. You can also read Edinburgh Council’s ideas Planning for change and delivering services and fill in a print survey which will be available in libraries and Council offices from 15 October.

Please share this information far and wide.

Thank you.

Ross A Murray  | Governance Officer | Strategy & Insight Division | Chief Executive | City of Edinburgh Council | Business Centre 2.1  |  4 East Market Street, Edinburgh | Tel  0131 469 3870 | email Ross.murray@edinburgh.gov.uk

2050 Edinburgh City Vision: survey

Following on from the previous post, there is a survey on Edinburgh Council’s consultation hub.

This covers the three components of the ‘Connecting our City, Transforming our Places‘ project ‘will help achieve the Edinburgh 2050 vision; a fairer, thriving, connected and inspired city’. These components are:

  • Edinburgh City Centre Transformation – an action plan for a vibrant and people-focussed capital city centre to improve community, economic and cultural life, working to the following vision. ‘An exceptional city centre that is for all, a place for people to live, work, visit and play. A place that is for the future, enriched by the legacy of the past.’
  • The City Mobility Plan – setting citywide transport policy and actions based around the following vision. ‘Edinburgh will have a cleaner, safer, inclusive and accessible transport system delivering healthier, thriving and fairer capital city, and a higher quality of life for Edinburgh residents’.
  • Low Emission Zones – the Council is taking a comprehensive approach to developing LEZs as a step towards protecting Edinburgh’s citizens from the harms of poor air quality, in line with Scottish Government priorities to introduce LEZs in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, and Glasgow by 2020.

As with the previous post, this is an Edinburgh Council exercise.

 

2050 Edinburgh City Vision

(adapted from an email from Edinburgh’s Lord Provost)

As you may be aware, an engagement campaign has been launched with Edinburgh citizens to establish their vision for how they would like the city to be in 2050. To arrive at the best and most compelling vision for Edinburgh in 2050, we need as many citizens to contribute their views and aspirations, via edinburgh2050.com. This will help to identify areas of consensus that the city can unite behind and work towards as a common goal. The greater the number of contributors, the more accurate and representative the City Vision becomes and the greater the strength it then has.

Frank Ross
Lord Provost

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