LCCC June 2019 meeting agenda

Monday, 17 June 2019
McDonald Road Library, Nelson Hall

 AGENDA

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Traffic delays at Bonnington Toll

(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council time-stamped 12:21 on 30 May [today].)

I write to provide an update with regards the traffic delays this week due to the work taking place at Bonnington Toll (as detailed below).

Over the past 2 days, a number of private vehicles parked close to the work area have made it difficult for large vehicles to pass the traffic management and as such this has extended journey times for commuters quite significantly at times.

However, as of this morning it has been managed to move all vehicles which were causing an obstruction and as a result  journey times are significantly better this morning.

In addition, there have been some adjustments to the temporary traffic signal timings, to reflect the dynamic flows at the junction throughout the day. It is hoped that for the remainder of the work traffic queues and delays can remain as short as possible.

If you need to discuss this in any more detail or would like a further update, or have any concerns from residents, please do not hesitate to contact Steven Blacklaw. Please also CC secretary.lccc@leithcentralcc.co.uk

Steven Blacklaw ¦ Engineer – Transport Design & Delivery

Place ¦ Planning & Transport ¦ The City of Edinburgh Council

G4, Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street, Edinburgh EH8 8BG

Tel 0131 529 3252  steven.blacklaw@edinburgh.gov.uk

 

More detail on carriageway resurfacing works – Summer 2019/20

Following on from this post, Edinburgh Council has just sent the following detail about the road resurfacing planned for this summer.

Location Planned Start Date Estimated Duration Work Detail
Broughton Street 28-May + 22 Aug 4 weeks + 2 weeks Pedestrian crossing upgrade + carriageway resurfacing
Albany Street 03-Jun 1 week Carriageway resurfacing
Hopetoun Street 07-Jun 2 days Carriageway resurfacing
Academy Street 11-Jun 1 week Overlay setts
Dalmeny Street 17-Jun 10 days Carriageway resurfacing, overlay setts and minor footway works
East Hermitage Place 26-Jun 3 days Carriageway resurfacing
Portland Place 28-Jun 1 week Carriageway resurfacing
McDonald Road 01-Jul 10 days Footway widening and carriageway patching
Easter Road/Duke Street 01-Jul 8 weeks Junction redesign
East London Street 02-Jul 7 weeks Pedestrian crossing upgrade and carriageway resurfacing
Duncan Place 10-Jul 2 weeks Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works
Great Junction Street 10-Jul 1 week Carriageway resurfacing
Gordon Street 02-Aug 1 week Carriageway resurfacing
Bonnington Road 08-Aug 3 weeks Carriageway resurfacing
Ocean Drive 08-Aug 3 days Carriageway resurfacing
North Leith Sands 13-Aug 1 week Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works
Newhaven Road 26-Aug 2 weeks Carriageway resurfacing
Annandale Street 29-Aug 7 weeks New pedestrian crossings and carriageway resurfacing
Broughton Road 05-Sep 2 weeks Carriageway resurfacing
Easter Road 11-Sep 3 weeks Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works
Links Place 23-Sep 4 weeks Carriageway resurfacing, new traffic island and footway works
Pilrig Street 29-Sep 4 weeks Carriageway resurfacing, new traffic island and footway works

Proposed Carriageway Resurfacing Works – Summer 2019/20

(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council)

The carriageway on a number of streets in your Ward are due to be resurfaced during the Summer of 2019. The roads affected have been prioritised because of their current condition and because the upcoming tram works will prevent any planned resurfacing work from taking place in and around the proposed tram line during the construction period.

The resurfacing works are planned to start on 27 May and will be carried out during weekdays in separate phases in order to minimise disruption to the public. On some traffic sensitive routes, work may be carried out under nightshift to minimise the impact on traffic. Most roads affected will be fully or significantly resurfaced with a select few being only partially resurfaced or patched as required. There will also be some improvements to pedestrian facilities, traffic signal upgrades and renewal of some street furniture.

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Leith Central Community Council: response to tram extension consultation

(download the original PDF here: LCCC response to tram extension consultation)

LEITH WALK
the most densely populated area in Scotland
a place for people, not a transport corridor

photo of 'First day of operation for through electric trams between Leith and Edinburgh'

(photo © Lothian Buses plc [Photographer: probably Edwin O Catford])

Leith Central Community Council’s response to City of Edinburgh’s consultation on the Tram Extension to Newhaven

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John Lewis Depot in Bonnington: new flats?

What’s it all about?

A proposal for ‘residential development (class 9 and sui generis flats) together with commercial space (including class 1, 2 and 4) and associated works at the site of the John Lewis depot, Bonnington Road Lane, Edinburgh, EH6 5BJ, for the John Lewis Partnership’

What’s happening just now?

  1. Presentation to Leith Central CC on Monday 18 September
    • LCCC meets at 7pm at McDonald Road library.
  2. Public event on Tuesday 5th September
    • 3pm to 8pm, at the McDonald Road Library

Montagu Evans informed us about the public event, and sent this site-plan. (Click the thumbnail to see the full-sized PDF.)