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A concept testing for the communal bin review project has been implemented in Albert Street to test the project aims:
- Increase and improve recycling services to residents in multi-occupancy and flatted properties providing fully integrated waste and recycling service (each location aiming to have residual waste, recycling, food waste and glass)
- Review the existing bin locations to develop more formalised collection hubs to improve the perception of the service and enhance the streetscape
- Improve overall recycling performance, customer satisfaction and service reliability
Actions and decisions are red italic.
|BAFO = best and final offer
||LLCC = Leith Links Community Council
|CCTT = Community Councils Together on Trams
||LW = Leith Walk
|CEC = City of Edinburgh Council
||NTBCC = New Town & Broughton Community Council
|CPZ = controlled parking zone
||OBC = outline business case
|CS = Constitution St
||POLHA = Port of Leith Housing Association
|ECI = early contractor involvement
||SPC = swept-path contract
|EIA = environmental impact assessment
||TAPOG = CEC’s tram all-party oversight group
|FBC = full business case
||TfE = Transport for Edinburgh
|ISC = infrastructure and systems contract
||TN = Trams to Newhaven project
|LCCC = Leith Central Community Council
||TRO = traffic regulation order
|LHNCC = Leith Harbour & Newhaven Community Council
||TT = trams team
TAPOG is CEC’s leader and vice-leader, CEC’s transport convenor and vice-convenor, and transport spokespersons from each party Continue reading
(download the original PDF here: LCCC response to tram extension consultation)
the most densely populated area in Scotland
a place for people, not a transport corridor
(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
(Unless otherwise noted all comments below refer to Leith Walk only, from London Road north.) Continue reading
(adapted from an email from Changeworks)
If you live in a flat in Edinburgh, Changeworks would like to ask your views of the shared waste and recycling bins on your street. The results of this survey will help the City of Edinburgh Council improve the service. The short online survey, which only takes 5-10 minutes to complete, is available to Edinburgh residents until 23 October 2017.
By taking part in the survey, you can enter a prize draw* with the chance to win several prizes including vouchers for Pizza Express and Cineworld, and family passes to the Camera Obscura in Edinburgh. You will also be offered the chance to attend a paid focus group, scheduled for November 2017, where feedback and ideas will be explored in more depth.
You can also follow @ChangeworksUK on Facebook and Twitter to share and retweet their posts about the recycling survey.
*Terms and conditions apply