LHNCC agenda: August 2019

  1. Introductions, apologies
  2. Minutes of Previous Meeting
  3. Matters arising
  4. Police Report
  5. (7.00pm-7.15pm approx.) Presentation: Jim Jarvie – SOSLeith, ‘Update on the Tidying of the Lower Shore Basins’
  6. Reports: Secretary and Treasurer
  7. Councillors/MSP/MP Report/s
  8. Planning Update (circulated) (also available on LHNCC planning page)
    1. Industry Lane: Ref. No:18/01876/FUL – Application refused/withdrawn
    2. Aldi: Ref. No:16/00127/REF appeal granted– progress report
    3. Tower Street: 19142 PAN Notice: Barratt’s – Public exhibition: Leith Library, 16/10/19, 3.00pm – 7.00pm
    4. Bath Road Ref. No: 18/08206/FUL – Application granted 5/8/19
  9. CCTT (Community Councils Together on Trams)
    1. Meeting 1 August feedback – Branding presentation by Chris Wilson (TT/CEC) campaign element that looks to reflect Leith and channels to communicate any changes to the published plans.
  10. Local events & feedback – Updates available on LHNCC ‘other work’ page
    1. Leith Heritage Strategy Plan (11/7/19) – meeting feedback. Liaise with Kristeen Hannesdottir, Director, Groves-Raines Architects Lamb’s House
    2. Heart of Newhaven (17/8/19) – Taster event: Victoria Primary School.
  11. CEC and Scottish Government Information and consultations
    detail available on LHNCC events page

    1. CEC Edinburgh Partnership Report
      Neighbourhood Networks update
    2. CEC Edinburgh Community Council Scheme Review Final Phase schedule
      22 August 2019: Report to Council to approve final Scheme
      October 2019: Final Scheme to be for CC Elections and CC Term
    3. Scot. Govt. Short-term lets
      https://consult.gov.scot/housing-services-policy-unit/short-term-lets/ Closed 19/7/19
      Consultation Event (Short-term lets) 15/7/19– Victoria Quay feedback.
      07021 – Forth Ports Ltd- Maintenance Dredging and Sea Deposit, Newhaven Harbour – Consultation – Response Required by 06 September 2019
    4. CC Elections 31 October 2019
      CEC: CC Elections 2019 Briefing note available on website
      Campaign– proposals?
  12. AOCB
    Visit to HMS Forth
    WGH Bus 21 campaign update.
    Duncan Bremner – Leith Conference (Leith Proposals: Leith Harbour & Newhaven Community Council, Sat. 5 October, Leith Community Centre, 11-3pm
  13. Date of next meeting:
    Tuesday 24 September 2019 – new time 7.00pm – 9.00pm

LHNCC agenda: June 2019

AGENDA– Ordinary Meeting

1. Introductions, apologies

2. Minutes of Previous Meeting

3. Matters arising

4. Police Report

5. Reports: Secretary and Treasurer

6. Councillors/MSP/MP Report/s

7. Planning Update (circulated)

(also available on LHNCC planning page)

7.a S1: Skyliner. Ref. No: 19/02778/FUL

2nd application (previous 18/00846/FUL)

7.b Baltic St:

William Muir from Sundial Properties is hoping to submit a FUL application in the next couple of months.

8. CCTT (Community Councils Together on Trams)

Next meeting 27 June, Contractor to be in attendance – tbc

9. Local events & feedback

Updates available on LHNCC ‘other work’ page

9.a Newhaven Gala Day: 1 June 2019

Feedback

9.b Volunteer Fair, Leith Community Education Centre: 7 June 2019

Feedback

9.c Leith Festival Gala Day: 8 June 2019

Feedback

10. CEC and Scottish Government Information and consultations

detail available on LHNCC events page

10.a CEC Edinburgh Partnership Review Outcomes

  • Neighbourhood Networks, Thursday 30 May, 6.00pm-8.00pm. Feedback
  • Tbc joint meeting with LLCC, LCCC and representatives from the three NE VSFs (Voluntary Sector Forum) to address issues

10.b CEC Edinburgh Community Council Scheme Review Final Phase schedule

  • 27 June 2019:Report to Council, and subject to approval, publication of final draft amended Scheme and further four-week Consultation
  • 22 August 2019: Report to Council to approve final Scheme
  • October 2019: Final Scheme to be for CC Elections and CC Term

10.c Scot. Govt. Short-term lets

10.d CC Elections 31 October 2019

  • CEC: CC Elections 2019 Briefing note attached
  • Our proposals for campaign – suggestions

11. AOCB

12. Date of next meeting:

Tuesday 27 August 2019

 

AGENDA– AGM 8.00pm

1. Welcome, introductions and apologies

2. Approval of the Minutes of the 2018 AGM

3. Annual Report, Chairman

4. Secretary’s Annual Report

5. Treasurer’s report: accounts for FY18/19 (to be ratified)

6. Date of next AGM:

Tuesday 23 June 2020

COMMUNITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS 2019 – BRIEFING NOTE FOR COMMUNITY COUNCILLORS

See online version: https://lhncc.org.uk/2019/06/15/calling-all-potential-and-current-community-councillors/

Calling all potential (and current) community councillors!

(adapted from a communication from Edinburgh Council)

Community council elections 2019 – briefing note for community councillors

1          Background

This briefing note gives an outline of the process and rules by which councillors are elected to the City of Edinburgh’s Community Councils. Community councillors are elected on a four-year cycle. Elections will next take place in September to October 2019. Each election is managed by a separate independent returning officer – generally a local ward councillor. Continue reading

Diversity In Community Councils’ work

(Adapted from a post on Tower Wharf Residents’ Association‘s website)

Community Council elections start on Monday, 5th September. Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC) has organised a workshop on Wednesday, 7th September (6pm to 8:30pm) followed by drop-in sessions to encourage members of Edinburgh’s ethnic population to become involved with their local community councils.

Community Councils are for everyone, and Leith Harbour & Newhaven CC would welcome new applications to become a CC member for our area. Nominations open on Monday, 5th September and forms can be obtained from the returning officer, Cllr Adam McVey (email adam.mcvey@edinburgh.gov.uk) or downloaded from Edinburgh Council’s website from next week.

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Get involved! Community Council elections in Autumn 2016

This could be your opportunity to join a thriving group of local representatives and have a direct influence on local matters.

There are elections for all Edinburgh community councils this autumn. All current members will stand down – they are of course eligible for re-election.

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