Tram plans

These were downloaded from http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/tramstonewhaven and are presumably © their creators and/or Edinburgh Council.

Landscape proposals

Traffic management proposals

  1. Phase_1___Albert_Street___Elm_Row
  2. Phase_1___Constitution_Street___Queen_Charlottle_Street
  3. Phase_1___Constitution_Street___Steads_Place
  4. Phase_1___Newhaven___North_Leith_Sands
  5. Phase_1___North_Leith_Sands_to_Ocean_Terminal_Southside
  6. Phase_1___Ocean_Terminal_Southside
  7. Phase_1___Ocean_Terminal
  8. Phase_1___Steads_Place___Albert_Street
  9. Phase_2___Foot_of_the_Walk_to_Manderston_Street
  10. Phase_2___Ocean_Drive___Tower_Place
  11. Phase_2___Ocean_Terminal___Ocean_Drive
  12. Phase_2___Picardy_Place___Union_Street
  13. Phase_2A___Queen_Charlottle_Street___Coatfield_Lane
  14. Phase_2B___Stevedore_Place___Constitution_Street
  15. Phase_2C___Tower_Place___Stevedore_Place
  16. Phase_2D___Stevedore_Place___Ocean_Way
  17. Phase_2E___Ocean_Way
  18. Phase_3___Union_Street___London_Road
  19. Phase_4___York_Place___Picardy_Place

Traffic regulation orders

  1. 1._Newhaven___North_Leith_Sands
  2. 2._North_Leith_Sands___Portland_Gardens
  3. 3._PortlandGardens___Ocean_Terminal
  4. 4._Ocean_Terminal___Ocean_Drive
  5. 5._Ocean_Drive___Tower_Place
  6. 6._Tower_Place___Tower_Street
  7. 7._Tower_Street___Queen_Charlotte_Street
  8. 8._Queen_Charlotte_Street___Foot_of_the_Walk
  9. 9._Foot_of_the_Walk___Steads_Place
  10. 10._Steads_Place___Pilrig_Street
  11. 11._Pilrig_Street___Middlefield
  12. 12._Middlefield___McDonald_Road
  13. 13._McDonald_Road___Gayfield_Square
  14. 14._Gayfield_Square___Picardy_Place
  15. A._Island_Tram_Stop
  16. B._Foot_of_the_Walk_Tram_Stop
  17. C._Newhaven_Tram_Stop

 

 

 

 

 

LHNCC March 2018 minutes

Minutes of the Leith Harbour and Newhaven Community Council meeting, held at Leith Community Centre on Tuesday 27 March 2018 at 7.00pm

Actions and decisions are red italic underlined. Nem con means that no-one spoke or voted against an item.

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Bike theft precautions

Police Scotland warn that professional bike thieves are active all over Leith. Click the graphic to see what to do.

Poster - ensure your bike is locked and you have a full description of it

As a precaution against theft, Police Scotland recommend services such as veloeye.com: recording a photo and the frame number of your bike, and putting a marker on the bike itself.

If your bike is stolen, Police Scotland would find it helpful to know the following: Continue reading

Developing Employment Support 2018

(adapted from an email from Lyndon Smith, Engagement consultant. There is other relevant information here: http://www.employabilityinscotland.com/devolved-employment-services/developing-employment-support-2018)

My name is Lyndon and I am an Engagement Consultant at Working Links working on the new Fair Start Scotland program. To be brief, we are delivering a new voluntary employment program on behalf of Scottish Government. As a result of the recent Smith Commission we have been asked to co-deliver a new employment project on the values of dignity and respect, fairness, equality and continuous improvement.  I am very excited about the program as it’s built on the success as well as the lessons learned through previous project delivery. Here is a link to the program from Employability Scotland: http://www.employabilityinscotland.com/devolved-employment-services/employment-support-2018

The Fair Start program is all about service providers, health care professionals and communities working together to help narrow the unemployment gap. It’s also built on the principle of providing a better link to tailored service delivery for those within our community in need. This covers mental health, disability, people with long term health issues, lone parents, offenders, ethnic minorities, young care leavers  and the long term unemployed.

As an Engagement Consultant, my role is to actively promote the program in the local community. I am a point of contact for people to learn more about the program to determine suitability, as well as generating referrals. A large part of my role is developing relationships with local employment providers, health sector providers and the local community.

Kind regards

Lyndon Smith
Engagement Consultant

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

LHNCC’s recent months #CelebrateCCs

  1. Quarterly Newsletter launched – April 2018
  2. Support and volunteering for £eith Chooses – resulting in grants for 67 applicants
  3. Hosted Newhaven Tram Consultation presentation at Committee meeting, ongoing involvement and collaboration with other CCs
  4. Hosted various Planning Application presentations and responded as appropriate to requests for help from local residents
  5. Supported Newhaven Community Project
  6. Provided support for several local residents with their various queries
  7. Ongoing participation and support for Leith Festival
  8. Involved in campaign for Leith Museum 
  9. Provided financial and volunteer support or Victoria Primary School Christmas Lighting and Gala Day events
  10. Participated in Age Friendly Community Event
  11. Represented at Remembrance Day Service – November 2017
  12. Represented at Commemoration Service for Quintinshill (Gretna) Rail disaster – May 2017