Minutes of New Town & Broughton Community Council’s ordinary meeting, held via Zoom, on Monday 8 March 2021 at 7pm
Actions and decisions are red italic. ND (‘no dissent’) means that no-one spoke or voted against a decision.
Edinburgh Council has stated that ‘CCs can approve minutes, and take other decisions, remotely’, as so long as they ensure that ‘remote meetings are as accessible to members of the public and (as) well-advertised as possible’. 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
Actions and decisions are red italic.
|BAFO = best and final offer
||LLCC = Leith Links Community Council
|CCTT = Community Councils Together on Trams
||LW = Leith Walk
|CEC = City of Edinburgh Council
||NTBCC = New Town & Broughton Community Council
|CPZ = controlled parking zone
||OBC = outline business case
|CS = Constitution St
||POLHA = Port of Leith Housing Association
|ECI = early contractor involvement
||SPC = swept-path contract
|EIA = environmental impact assessment
||TAPOG = CEC’s tram all-party oversight group
|FBC = full business case
||TfE = Transport for Edinburgh
|ISC = infrastructure and systems contract
||TN = Trams to Newhaven project
|LCCC = Leith Central Community Council
||TRO = traffic regulation order
|LHNCC = Leith Harbour & Newhaven Community Council
||TT = trams team
TAPOG is CEC’s leader and vice-leader, CEC’s transport convenor and vice-convenor, and transport spokespersons from each party Continue reading
Minutes of New Town & Broughton Community Council’s ordinary meeting, held in the Drummond Room, Broughton St Mary’s Church, Bellevue Crescent on Monday 10 December 2018 at 7:30pm Continue reading
(adapted from an email from AECOM)
AECOM invites you to visit the ‘Meadows to George Street project’ webpage (www.edinburgh.gov.uk/meadowsgeorgestreet), and to share this widely.
This project is one of the winners of Sustrans Scotland’s 2017 Community Links PLUS design competition funded by the Scottish Government. Work is now underway to engage with users of the route, interested organisations and communities on how to transform the quality of walking, cycling, accessibility for all and public space along the route.
In June and July, AECOM is inviting comments on the online Placecheck tool you can find linked on the project webpage. Tell them what you like, don’t like and want to see improved on these streets. You can also share your feedback via the freepost address provided on the webpage, and individuals can sign up for project updates. We will also be running an engagement day along the route in July and more details will follow in due course.