(adapted from an email from EU Citizens Rights Project: www.citizensrightsproject.org)
EU Citizens Rights Project has partnered with COSLA and the International Office for Migration (IOM) in Scotland to offer a series of briefing events about Brexit, citizens’ rights and the EU settlement scheme for local authorities, including community councils.
The first session is in Edinburgh on Monday 11 of November from 09:30 – 12:30 in Augustine United Church (Studio Room), 41 George IV Bridge, EH1 1EL.
You can register your interest here.
Attendees will be signposted to any relevant materials and support tools, such as Home Office toolkits, and specific advice services for citizens who need to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.
These free briefing sessions will:
- Give attendees a clear understanding of the EU Settlement Scheme (the new immigration status that EU citizens will need to apply for after Brexit)
- Explain the changes to EU citizens’ status, and when these will come into effect
- Explain possible changes to EU citizens’ rights to work, study, access public services, and to vote.
- Signpost sources of further information and support from COSLA, Citizens Advice Scotland, IOM and others.
- Give practical information on the steps EU citizens, and the organisations that work with them, can take to resolve any problems.
If you have any questions, please contact the project team at email@example.com
EU Citizens Rights Project
(The following map and ‘meet the team’ information is provided for the information of LHNCC residents, visitors and businesses. It is neither an endorsement or a criticism of the tram-works.)
Tram-Construction phase map
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Meet the team and find out more about the project
On Thursday 7 November 2019 we will be hosting the first in a series of events in the coming months, giving residents and businesses the opportunity to meet the team and discuss our plans for taking trams to Newhaven.
A range of team members from Sacyr Farrans Neopul JV (infrastructure contractors), Morrison Utility Services (utility diversion and archaeology), the City of Edinburgh Council and Turner and Townsend (project managers on behalf of the Council), will be on hand to talk you through our plans and explain our construction programme and approach, Support for Business package and project archaeology.
The event will take place in South Leith Parish Church, Constitution Street from noon until 7:30pm. The church is fully accessible. You can find out more information on how to get to the venue by clicking here.
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(SOSLeith asked LHNCC to publicise this. LHNCC is very happy to do so!)
What: SOSLeith public meeting
When: Wednesday 30 October 2019, 18:30
Where: Leith Community Centre Cafe
The meeting’s main purpose is to discuss progress on cleaning trash and detritus from the Water of Leith basins at The Shore, seek updates on long-term planning, and agree next steps. Ben Macpherson MSP will be attending. Also invited to address the meeting are local Councillors, City of Edinburgh Council, SEPA, Forth Ports Ltd, Water of Leith 2000 Ltd and Bluefield llp.
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A free taste of ways all age-groups can come together to learn, share and enjoy…
Saturday 17 August, 10am to 3pm, at Victoria Primary School
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(adapted from a communication from Save Leith Walk)
Save Leith Walk would like to invite you to a Community Assembly to discuss how you would like Leith run. This event will be a great opportunity to meet fellow Leithers and share what you value in your community and what you would like to improve. Together we can build momentum to take action in shaping our neighbourhood and take ownership.
Please book your place via Eventbrite.
The Electoral Reform Society will facilitate the event and help with bringing aspirations together. The information gathered on the day will be used to create an Action Plan for the local community, enabling the people of Leith to take a pro-active role in the development of their community. There will be plenty of time for discussion, networking and sharing of ideas.
They will also be joined by speakers from Living Rent and Planning Democracy.
(adapted from an email from the Scottish Government)
The Scottish Government Community Land Team is holding a free event at the Scottish Borders Campus, Galashiels on 2 April 2019. The event will give an overview of the various types of community rights to buy that communities can use, practical advice on how to become a compliant body and the application processes. If you are interested in coming along please follow this link to our Events and book your place. You will be able to sign up to attend a presentation, which will be held in the morning, and one to one sessions which are planned for the afternoon, for those who wish to discuss specific ideas or require more detailed guidance. This is on a first come first served basis.
If you require further guidance or have any queries please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Land Team (Community Right to Buy)
Tel: 0300 244 9822