NTBCC meeting agenda – Monday 11 October

Agenda for online meeting: 6:45pm for 7.00pm start

We very much welcome members of the public joining the meeting (using the Zoom platform).

Registration will be via Eventbrite – please click link below

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-town-broughton-community-council-meeting-monday-11-october-2021-tickets-186149366767

Log-in details/Zoom link will then be emailed to all those who have registered.

Anyone who wants to raise an issue for discussion can do so either by submitting a Contact Us form or send a message via Twitter @NTBCC.

  1. Technology check
(6:45 to 7:00 pm)
  1. Welcome/Admin/Apologies/Well-being
  1. Minutes of 13 September ordinary meeting, and matters arising
    (To approve)
  1. Police Report
    (To note, Police Scotland key messages as received/circulated prior to meeting)
  1. Environment
    1. GPB Campaign update
    2. Update from Environment Committee  meeting on Communal Bin Review across NTBCC area
    3. Draft 2030 Climate Strategy – Council discussion/report at this week’s Policy & Sustainability Committee
(20 minutes)
  1. Transport
    1. Update from Trams to Newhaven team (CCTT meetings) including any updates on York Place etc.
(10 minutes)
  1. Planning
    1. PAN for Beaverhall House & other proposals in the area
    2. Edinburgh Christmas Market (amended applications for EPSG & George Street and a new application for WPSG) – the previously undetermined application for the High Street (in 2020) has now been withdrawn
(20 minutes)
  1. Licensing
    1. Short term let Control Area consultation (now open until 5 November)
(5 minutes)
  1. Engagement and Communications 
    1. ‘Use of Public Spaces for Events for events and filming’
      consultation currently open until 15 December – NTBCC views
(10 minutes)
  1. Any other business and news from local residents’ associations etc
    1. ‘Adopt a street’ by local residents’ / friends’ groups – any interest?
    2. NTBCC membership date

During the meetings, names and email addresses may be recorded. Email addresses are held and used for circulating information about NTBCC but may also be used to seek residents’ views on local issues.