Notes of the Leith Harbour and Newhaven Community Council members-only regular meeting, held via Zoom on Tuesday 23 June 2020 at 7:30pm Continue reading
Copied from an email from CEC’s Spaces for People.
Covid-19 Cycling and Walking Emergency Response Measures
Proposed waiting/loading restriction changes to facilitate footway widening – Great Junction Street
Following our email of 26 June advising that we would notify you once further details were available for the proposals above, we are pleased to be able to provide these now. We are aware that you were initially given proposals for Great Junction Street and Easter Road in a single notification, however in an effort to provide details at the earliest opportunity these have been separated and plans for Easter Road will be issued as soon as they are available.
We would suggest that you view the plan to see the detail of what is proposed.
LHNCC’s notes on the following planning matters have just been updated. See the bold items on the following pages:
- Aldi supermarket (Dock St)
- 1 Bath Road/Salamander Street
- 198 Great Junction Street
- 106-162 Leith Walk (Steads Place)
- Industry Lane/120 Ferry Road
- ‘Ocean Mist’ floating hotel
- Ocean Terminal shopping centre
- Port of Leith distillery
- South Leith Parish Church wall
- Tower Street
- Waterfront Plaza (Ocean Drive)
- Western Harbour – residential development
- Western Harbour – new primary school
Minutes of the Community Councils Together on Trams/Trams Team meeting (No 2 Construction Phase) at 165 Leith Walk on Thursday 27 February at 5:30pm Continue reading
(adapted from an email from the Trams to Newhaven project.)
The Tram to Newhaven project team is hosting a drop-in event on Thursday 7 November from 12pm – 7.30pm at South Leith Parish Church where residents and businesses can come and meet the team who can answer any queries they might have about the planned works.
The first phase of work to take trams to Newhaven will start on Constitution Street on 18 November 2019. Continue reading
Minutes of the Community Councils Together on Trams/Trams Team meeting, at 200 Bonnington Road, on Thursday 26 September 2019 at 5:30pm
Actions and decisions are red italic. Continue reading
(from an email from Edinburgh Council, time-stamped Wed, 3 Jul 2019 at 15:51)
I write to provide an update to my ongoing carriageway resurfacing programme in and around Leith prior to the commencement of the work to extend the tram to Newhaven.
Works on site at Pilrig Street junction, Dalmeny Street and East London Street are due to complete at the end of next week (Friday 12 July) after which time the main contractor has a company recess for 2 weeks.
On returning to site on the 29 July, the work to redesign the junction at Duke Street and Easter Road will fully commence (some preparatory work will take place next week) while the majority of work ongoing elsewhere will be predominantly carriageway resurfacing work.
To this effect, please find below a basic table detailing the proposed locations, dates and traffic management for the resurfacing work and I have also attached the full programme in the form of a Gantt chart. I will caveat this and remind everyone that dates are approximate as any delays can have a knock on effect, however the order of work should remain the same and I will update EdinTravel as works progress.
I will also explain that the programme has extended due to additional work being requested and some issues on site with traffic signal installations however the main resurfacing work should throw up little in the way of unforeseen delays and there will be no further additional work included in the programme unless it is deemed important and we create space in the existing programme. We also remain in full contact with the team leading the Tram extension with regards their preparatory work and start date.
As before, residents and traders will receive notices prior to the start of work in their area with more specific details, and I will forward a copy of these notices on as appropriate. If you have any queries or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
|Month||Date (Duration)||Location||Time||Proposed Traffic Management|
|July||9 (2 days)||East London Street||Day||Road Closure|
|29 (7 days)||North Leith Sands||Day||Road Closure|
|29 (35 days)||Duke Street R’about Redesign||Day||Retain roundabout as long as possible|
|August||7 (5 days)||Great Junction Street||Day||Southbound loop using Henderson?|
|7 (9 days)||Duncan Place||Day||Road Closure|
|8 (21 days)||Links Place Traffic Islands||Day||Road Narrowing|
|15 (4 days)||Gordon Street||Day||Road Closure|
|20 (3 days)||Ocean Drive||Day||Road Closure.1 side at a time.|
|20 (12 days)||Pilrig Street||Day||Road Closure in 2 phases|
|26 (6 days)||Annandale Street||Day||Road Closure|
|September||2 (12 days)||Bonnington Road||Night||Road Closure in 2 phases|
|9 (5 days)||Broughton Street||Night||Road Closure|
|18 (12 days)||Newhaven Road||Night||Road Closure in 2 phases|
|20 (21 days)||Easter Road||Night||Phased road closures, road narrowing|
|October||10 (12 days)||Broughton Road||Night||Road Closure in 2 phases|
|17 (2 days)||East Hermitage Pl Junction||Night||3 phase TTL’s – Close Links Gdns|
|28 (5 days)||Portland Place||Night||Eastbound Closure using Ocean Drive|
|28 (10 days)||Links Place||Night||Road Closure in 2 phases|
|November||4 (6 days)||Academy Street||Night||Road closure, Duke St eastbound closure|
Steven Blacklaw ¦ Engineer – Transport Design & Delivery
Place ¦ Planning & Transport ¦ The City of Edinburgh Council ¦ G4, Waverley Court, 4 East Market Street, Edinburgh EH8 8BG
Tel 0131 529 3252 firstname.lastname@example.org
Minutes of the Leith Harbour and Newhaven Community Council ordinary meeting, held at Leith Community Centre on Tuesday 23 April 2019 at 6:30pm
Actions and decisions are red italic. Nem con means that no-one spoke or voted against an item. Continue reading
Following on from this post, Edinburgh Council has just sent the following detail about the road resurfacing planned for this summer.
|Location||Planned Start Date||Estimated Duration||Work Detail|
|Broughton Street||28-May + 22 Aug||4 weeks + 2 weeks||Pedestrian crossing upgrade + carriageway resurfacing|
|Albany Street||03-Jun||1 week||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Hopetoun Street||07-Jun||2 days||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Academy Street||11-Jun||1 week||Overlay setts|
|Dalmeny Street||17-Jun||10 days||Carriageway resurfacing, overlay setts and minor footway works|
|East Hermitage Place||26-Jun||3 days||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Portland Place||28-Jun||1 week||Carriageway resurfacing|
|McDonald Road||01-Jul||10 days||Footway widening and carriageway patching|
|Easter Road/Duke Street||01-Jul||8 weeks||Junction redesign|
|East London Street||02-Jul||7 weeks||Pedestrian crossing upgrade and carriageway resurfacing|
|Duncan Place||10-Jul||2 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works|
|Great Junction Street||10-Jul||1 week||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Gordon Street||02-Aug||1 week||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Bonnington Road||08-Aug||3 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Ocean Drive||08-Aug||3 days||Carriageway resurfacing|
|North Leith Sands||13-Aug||1 week||Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works|
|Newhaven Road||26-Aug||2 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Annandale Street||29-Aug||7 weeks||New pedestrian crossings and carriageway resurfacing|
|Broughton Road||05-Sep||2 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing|
|Easter Road||11-Sep||3 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing and minor footway works|
|Links Place||23-Sep||4 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing, new traffic island and footway works|
|Pilrig Street||29-Sep||4 weeks||Carriageway resurfacing, new traffic island and footway works|
(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council)
The carriageway on a number of streets in your Ward are due to be resurfaced during the Summer of 2019. The roads affected have been prioritised because of their current condition and because the upcoming tram works will prevent any planned resurfacing work from taking place in and around the proposed tram line during the construction period.
The resurfacing works are planned to start on 27 May and will be carried out during weekdays in separate phases in order to minimise disruption to the public. On some traffic sensitive routes, work may be carried out under nightshift to minimise the impact on traffic. Most roads affected will be fully or significantly resurfaced with a select few being only partially resurfaced or patched as required. There will also be some improvements to pedestrian facilities, traffic signal upgrades and renewal of some street furniture.