S1 Developments Ltd is holding a public event on their proposal for a residential development in Leith Harbour. This will be at ground floor rotunda area, Ocean Terminal, on 31 October, from noon to 7pm.
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S1 Developments have also kindly sent us the slides for their presentation at LHNCC’s October meeting. Click the thumbnail to see the slides. A commentary on the presentation will be in LHNCC’s forthcoming October minutes.
public event information
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(adapted from an email from Edinburgh Council)
The City of Edinburgh Council is working in partnership with Edinburgh World Heritage and Historic Environment Scotland to develop a strategy for the protection and maintenance of setted streets.
Stone setts add significant historic and cultural value to the streets of Edinburgh and are an important feature of our cityscape.
We have a duty to protect the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site, Conservation Areas and other historic parts of the city. This protection includes the setting of Edinburgh’s many listed buildings, where setted streets are an integral part of their identity and authenticity.
However, when setted streets are not properly maintained, they can have implications for walking, cycling and driving. Damaged setts are often replaced with alternative materials like tarmac as a temporary solution. This can result in an unsightly and uncared for appearance.
Have your say
To help inform the strategy we’d like to know what you think about setted streets and their value to the city. We are also interested to know what impediments, if any, you think setted streets can have on our movement.
You can give us your views until Wednesday 11 October 2017 on our Consultation Hub.
(Adapted from an email from Dr Ryan Woolrych)
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A study has commenced exploring how neighourhood can better support older adults to live at home and in their communities.
Give the rapid growth of ageing populations in many cities, the importance of developing appropriate design interventions to enable active and healthy lifestyles for older residents is more urgent than ever.
Place-making with older adults: Towards age-friendly communities is a three year project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council and will be exploring how older adults experience the communities they live in.
We will be working closely with older adults, local government, service providers, community organisations and pracitioners to deliver policy and practice recommendations to support the delivery of age-friendly cities and communities.
As part of the work we are looking to speak to anybody over the age of 60 who currently lives in Leith. Please contact Dr Ryan Woolrych on email@example.com or by telephone on 0131 451 3899 or 07957 406677 to hear more about the project or to participate in the research.
Please also visit our website on http://placeage.org/en or join us on Twitter @placeage.
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(with apologies for the short notice but we’ve only just been told about this)
Victoria Primary School parents’ council has organised a hustings on Monday 24th April with the candidates for Forth and Leith wards, to discuss the future of the school and wider community issues.
While everyone is welcome to attend, an idea of numbers would help if possible but realise this is short notice.
The hustings itself finishes at 9, and we will be following it up with a chat with parents about the parent council.
Monday 24th April, from 7pm, Newhaven Church, Craighall Road
Refreshments and crêche will be provided
- Ask local candidates about the relocation of Victoria Primary school, new school plans and interim arrangements (19.00-20.10)
- Put your questions about the old school building and wider community issues (20.10-21.00)
- Chat with Parent Council members (21.00-21.30)
For further information, please visit: www.facebook.com/VictoriaPrimarySchoolParents
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07952 969 253