Tag Archives: Public events

Come along to our BIN HUB discussion this Monday

This month’s regular meeting takes place with a special feature on the new bin hubs being rolled out. We’ve previously written about them. Come along and learn more about the rollout. All welcome! The full agenda is listed below;

The meeting starts at 7pm at the Hillside Bowling Club, 138 Montgomery Street.

Agenda for the LCCC Meeting 25 April 2022

1. Welcome, introductions, attendance, apologies, declarations of interest
2. Approval of Minutes of previous meeting
3. Matters Arising
4. Policing Matters
5. Presentation and Q&A: communal bin hub roll-out in LCCC area – update on progress and issues encountered
6. Transport & Clean Streets
7. Planning
8. Parks & Green Spaces
9. Licensing
10. LCCC Governance
11. Open Forum
12. Bulletin
13. AOCB
14. Future Meetings and planned meeting topics/presentations

‘Community right to buy’ event

(adapted from an email from the Scottish Government)

The Scottish Government Community Land Team are holding a free event at Eric Liddell Centre, Edinburgh, 7th April 2020. The event will give an overview of the various types of community rights to buy that communities can use, practical advice on how to become a compliant body and the application processes. If you would like more information or are interested in coming along please follow this link to our Events page and book your place.

If you have any queries then please get in touch at crtb@gov.scot

Kyle Anderson
Community Land Team (Community Right to Buy)
Q Spur
Saughton House
Broomhouse Drive
Edinburgh
EH11 3XD
Tel: 0300 244 9822

LCCC December 2019 approved minutes

Minutes of the ordinary meeting of Leith Central Community Council, held at McDonald Road library on Monday 16 December 2019 at 7:00pm Continue reading

Beer-garden in Leith: Wetherspoon’s open-day

(adapted from an article in the Edinburgh Evening News)

As the site in question is outside LCCC’s area, it is unlikely that LCCC will comment if and when the proposal described below proceeds to a formal planning stage. LCCC also notes how a similar application for the same site was handled in 2018.

J D Wetherspoon is hoping to transform a redundant piece of land on Duke Street into an outdoor drinking space for the Foot of the Walk, which runs behind the frontage of the site.

What: A drop-in event where the project team will be on hand to provide more information about the proposals and answer any questions.

Where: Foot Of The Walk pub

When: Thursday 16 January, 3pm until 8pm

For more detail, check out the Evening News article – or go to the drop-in session!