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Leith Central Community Council provides a forum for local people to engage with and work for their local community. The meetings are on the third Monday of every month and these meetings are public, so you are very welcome to attend and engage with what is happening in your local area.
Agendas and minutes are added to the Meetings page as they become available.
Update on LCCC activities during lockdown
Following guidance from the City of Edinburgh Council, Leith Central Community Council is not holding any public meetings during May and June.
LCCC’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) has been provisionally postponed until July 20th 2020.
As the majority of transport, planning and other developments have been postponed, and effective consultations are not possible via fully digital methods, the committee members have agreed to postpone all public meetings until further notice. Any decisions that cannot be postponed, and hence are made via email, video-meetings etc, will be ratified at a future, properly-convened public meeting.
We will continue to review the situation and work within the guidance outlined by our partners in the City of Edinburgh Council, the Scottish Government and the UK Government.
Leith Central Community Council intends to continue representing our communities as much as possible, and our website will continue to receive updates.
If you have any questions about the LCCC or related issues, please contact us using the email addresses below:
Presentation on Shrub Place site construction plans and timetable; impact/s on neighbours and the Leith Walk road works by Mike Henderson, Senior Project Manager, Places for People, followed by Q&A
Monday June 19th, as part of Leith Central CC’s monthly meeting – all welcome!
McDonald Road Library, 2-4 McDonald Rd, Edinburgh EH7 4LU
Leith Central CC is happy to announce that its AGM will be enhanced by a presentation by Martin Perry, Director of Development THRE (developers of the St James Quarter) on St James Quarter and associated works: impact on Leith Walk and mitigating measures.
The meeting starts at 7pm on Monday 22nd May, at McDonald Rd Library. Other items include
- reports from the Leith Community Police Team
- a welcome to our new Edinburgh Councillors
Everyone is welcome.
Click to download: 2017_02_20 agenda
Click to download: 2016_11_21_final
These were approved at the November meeting. (There was no October meeting).
Click to download: 2016_09_19-final
Click to download: 2016_08_15draft
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Leith Central CC’s current minutes secretary is going away at the end of March, for at least six months. If you want to take on this fun and worthwhile (temporary) role, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Click to see full job description and minutes procedure
Following their nomination for Leith Central Community Council, the Returning Officer, Cllr Angela Blacklock, has declared the following candidates elected to Leith Central Community Council. According to the current Scheme for Community Councils, it was not necessary to hold a contested election, as there have been fewer candidates than available places.
- Jeremy Darot
- Roberto Colasuonno
- Stanley Eadie
- Lorraine Moore
- Michael Pisanek
- Katherine Chisholm
Following this interim election process, brought about by a number of resignations and one sad death, Leith Central Community Council is now once again fully quorate with a voting membership of 14. This is expected to rise to 15, once the paperwork for one of the local interest groups that provide a ‘nominated representative’ has been completed.