This webinar, on Jan 27, 2016 at 10:30, may be of interest to community councillors. A webinar is an online seminar, and this one is free attend, but you have to have a phone line and a computer with internet connection to be able to follow the webinar. You can read more about Link Up here: http://www.inspiringscotland.org.uk/our-funds/link-up
The webinar is intended for council officers, but anyone with an interest may sign up. Continue reading →
(adapted from an email from leith Neighbourhood partnership)
Nominate your street for a Safety Surgery in 2016
Come along to McDonald Road Library on Monday, 23 November 2015. Refreshments from 6.30 pm with meeting at 7.00 pm. There will be an opportunity to talk with officers if you have any safety or anti-social behaviour concerns in your street.
Loraine Duckworth | Partnership Development Officer | Leith Neighbourhood Partnership | Services for Communities | City Centre Leith Team| 329 High Street| Edinburgh | phone: 0131 529 7403 | Mobile: 07739188437
Enquiries by LCCC have established that the Newhaven Road to Anderson Place section of the Water of Leith Walkway was closed on 20th May 2015, following a routine inspection which found that the boundary wall between the Walkway and adjacent land is in an unstable condition.
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The Edinburgh Community Safety Partnership, on behalf of its partners and stakeholders including the City of Edinburgh Council and Police Scotland, are looking to consult with residents and visitors of Edinburgh about their experience and opinions of antisocial behaviour in Edinburgh.
They want to know how antisocial behaviour affects you, what you think they should be doing about it and how you think they should be dealing with it over the next three years.
Your feedback will help shape their approach to tackling antisocial behaviour and will inform Edinburgh’s Antisocial Behaviour Strategy for 2016-19.
(adapted from an email from Alan Dean, Partnership Development Officer, sent on 23 October 2015 at 15:35)
Further to the upgrade of the Foot of the Walk junction layout, completed in June, MacLay Civil Engineering are to install inductive loop traffic detectors (vehicle detection loops) for the new signals at the junction. Whilst the junction is operating effectively, the installation of the loops will further improve this by automatically adjusting the timings of the signal phases when necessary, depending on vehicle numbers.
(adapted from an email from Alan Dean, Partnership Development Officer, sent on 20 October 2015 at 10:12)
Leith Programme Phase 4 – Pilrig Street to McDonald Road – Advertising of Draft Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) and Redetermination Order (RSO)
We would like to inform you that the draft TRO and RSO for the next phase of the Leith Programme, Pilrig Street to McDonald Road, have now been formally advertised. The Orders have been advertised in accordance with statutory requirements and details are viewable on the Council’s website or in person at The City Chambers on the High Street. Please click here to see the details of the proposals contained in both.