MInutes of the Leith Harbour and Newhaven Community Council ordinary meeting, held via Zoom, on Tuesday 26 January 2021at 7:00pm Continue reading
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- Introductions, apologies
- Declaration of interests
- Minutes of January 2021 meeting
- Matters arising
- Police Report
- Councillor/MSP/MP reports
- Chair, Secretary and Treasurer reports
- Standing reports
- Albert Dock update
- Seafield Project update
- Commercial Quay update
- Trams/Community Councils Together on Trams
- Leith Connections consultation
- Edinburgh Bus User’s Group
- Coallie Park Conversations consultation
- Tree felling and replanting – Ocean Way
- PAS Sustainability event
- Heart of Newhaven Community Project
- Leith Heritage group
- Leith Civic Trust (Vision)
- £eith Chooses – results
- North East Community Planning Partnership
- Resident issues
- Continued about tram work vibration levels and temporary road works on Constitution St
- Lack of attention to streetscaping and peacemaking: The Shore, Coallie Park and Henderson Street schemes
- Continued concern about graffiti/dog waste
- Ocean Terminal – meetings, notices and community engagement
- Date of next meeting – Tuesday 23 March 2021
Secretary’s report links
These relate to the sections of item 8 above:
- Scottish Government Creating Places: A policy on architecture and place in Scotland
- Scottish Government: New build heat standard scoping consultation – closes 3/3/21
- Scottish Government: National Planning Framework Consultation closes 19/2/21
- CEC: Edinburgh Development Concordat
- Leith Connections Consultation – closes 28/2/21
- Scottish Government: STPR2: Update and Phase 1 recommendations
- CEC Edinburgh city-wide parking: Phase 2 survey – closes 14/3/21
Edinburgh Council has published a guide to conduct when using off-road paths.
Click either graphic to see the full PDF:
Here’s the text from the PDF:
Edinburgh is great for walking and cycling with its fantastic network of off-road paths across the city.
These paths are for everyone. Whether you’re out for a stroll, heading to work, off for a run, walking the dog, taking a leisurely bike ride or out for a family adventure with the kids.
So everyone can share the paths in safety and comfort, please follow this simple code of conduct.
You can get this document on tape, in Braille, large print and various computer formats if you ask us. Please contact Interpretation and Translation Service (ITS) on 0131 242 8181 and quote reference number 17-2231. ITS can also give information on community language translations. You can get more copies of this document by calling 0131 529 3030.
Designed by the City of Edinburgh Council 17-2491/CE/SG/October 2017
Please consider all other path users.
Stay alert, especially if using headphones or your phone.
Don’t assume everyone can see or hear you.
Keep left if possible and pass on the right.
Please don’t leave your rubbish behind.
Use your bell – well in advance.
Please give others space.
Don’t pass at speed.
At night – avoid dazzling: dip, dim, don’t strobe.
Walkers and runners
Listen for cyclists’ bells.
Allow cyclists to pass.
At night, be safe be seen.
Keep dogs on a short lead or close to heel.
Please clean up after your dog.
At night, use a reflective collar or coat on your dog.