LHNCC April 2018 agenda

Shore Room Leith Community Education Centre, Newkirkgate
Tuesday 24 April at 7.00pm

  1. Introductions
  2. Apologies
  3. Minutes of previous meeting
  4. Matters arising
  5. Police report
  6. Reports: Secretary and Treasurer
  7. Councillors’, MSP’s, MP’s reports
  8. Newhaven Trams Update – current plans and open questions and answer session.
  9. Planning update
    1. 18/00846/FUL: Skyliner, Ocean Drive
    2. 17/05415/FUL: Great Junction Street
    3. 18/01154/PAN: Baltic Street
    4. 18/01015/PAN: Leith Walk Edinburgh EH6 5DX (Stead’s Place)
  10. Events
    1. Visit to SS Explorer
    2. Request for support regarding Trinity High School
    3. Developing Employment Support 2018
    4. Celebrating Community Councils
  11. Police Scotland: Letter sent to Donald Wilson re CEC payment for additional policing
  12. LRT Transport to WGH
  13. LHNCC Newsletter
  14. AOCB
    1. Request for support re accommodation
    2. Review how LHNCC responds to Planning Applications
    3. Request from local resident regarding HMY Britannia firework displays
  15. Date of next meeting: Tuesday 22 May 2018
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Heat opportunities mapping: public consultation on draft supplementary guidance

Leith Central Community Council

The City of Edinburgh Council has prepared draft Supplementary Guidance on Heat Opportunities Mapping. This sets out potential opportunities for establishing district heat networks within the context of the Local Development Plan.

You can view the draft Supplementary Guidance online at http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/supplementaryguidance or through the Council’s Consultation Hub: consultationhub.edinburgh.gov.uk/sfc/heat-supplementary-guidance.

(All of CEC’s Supplementary Guidance, providing further details on policies in the adopted Edinburgh Local Development Plan is online at http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/supplementaryguidance.)

The consultation begins on Thursday 29 March 2018 and closes on Thursday 10 May 2018.  All response should be submitted via the Consultation Hub.

If you have any queries about the draft guidance, then please contact Lynne McMenemy of CEC by email: lynne.mcmenemy@edinburgh.gov.uk or telephone 0131 529 2485.

Lynne McMenemy|Planning Officer|Development Plan team|Place Directorate|The City of Edinburgh Council |Waverley Court, Level G3, 4 East Market Street, Edinburgh, EH8 8BG|Tel 0131 529 2485|lynne.mcmenemy@edinburgh.gov.uk|www.edinburgh.gov.uk

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Consultation on the update of The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

Leith Central Community Council

(adapted from an email distributed to all CCs via the Improvement Service)

The Scottish Government is seeking views on the update of the Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007.

The Scottish Government is responsible for regulating the powers of Scottish local authorities and Licensing Boards in relation to licensing the sale of alcohol.

The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007 came into force on 1st February 2008. They provide for various procedural matters under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005, relating to, amongst other things, the notification of licence applications, objections, representations, determinations and hearings.

A Consultation on: Update of The Licensing (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2007 has been published on the Scottish Government’s consultation platform, Citizen Space.  Share views and respond to this consultation online at: https://consult.gov.scot/criminal-law/licensing-procedure.

If you are unable to respond online you can submit your response along with a completed Respondent Information Form to: Licensing.Consultation@gov.scot.

The consultation can…

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Bank closures: impact on local businesses, consumers and the Scottish economy inquiry

Leith Central Community Council

(adapted from an email from the Improvement Service)

The Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee wishes to share information about its inquiry into the impact of bank closures.

The main inspiration behind the Committee’s inquiry is that the number of bank branches across Scotland reduced by a third between 2010 and 2017.

The Committee wants to hear from as many people as possible (individuals, business owners, community council members). The Committee is keen to find out how branch closures have impacted communities at as local a level as possible.

More information is available in the hyperlinks below.

Bank closures: impact on local businesses, consumers and the Scottish economy inquiry: http://parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/107957.aspx

The Call for views. For the call for views, there isn’t a requirement to answer every question, only the ones that are relevant to the community: http://parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/107960.aspx

The Committee is also running a survey that is targeted more…

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Edinburgh Local

Leith Central Community Council

(adapted from an email from Edinburgh University)

The University of Edinburgh is offering some public services and activities to local communities and organisations in the Edinburgh region, via a new initiative called Edinburgh Local. This involves:

  • A community grants fund which local organisations and projects can apply for up to £5,000.
  • Free events and activities on a huge range of topics that are usually free and open to the public
  • Volunteering and support for communities, including helping in local schools/workshops for kids and other things.

Sign up for their newsletter at www.ed.ac.uk/local/contact to find out about their events and services to support communities. Or contact them via

0131 650 4063 | 07905118047 | eppy.harries-pugh@ed.ac.uk

University of Edinburgh | Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability

www.ed.ac.uk/local | 9 Hope Park Square, Meadow Lane, EH8 9NP

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