Ladybank Developments Limited is intending to submit a planning application for purpose-built student accommodation at Haymarket Yards, in the West End. This is intended to revise an already consented student scheme for the site.
A web-based consultation will be held on a dedicated project website at: www.lspim.co.uk/haymarket-pac (QR code is shown here).
A live, two-way digital consultation event has been arranged for Wednesday 9th June, 3pm-7pm.
Members of the public are invited to visit
A new bench installed in Roseburn Park carries a message reminding the world that local groups make stuff happen. Instead of "In memory of..." the attached message begins: "This bench is here because Friends of Roseburn Park asked for it.", goes on to invite involvement, and even includes a QR code to http://www.friendsofroseburnpark.org.uk/
Image credit: (c) J Yellowlees
Friends of Roseburn Park have published a walking guide for the park, written by the amazing Rosie Bell: http://www.friendsofroseburnpark.org.uk/2021/04/25/launch-of-new-walking-guide-for-roseburn-park/
You can also download the guide for free from their website's history page.
It's amazing how much there is to this small piece of green space.
The route is estimated to be 35-40 minutes, but you could spend longer in the area by combining it with Rosie's other tour, of Coltbridge and Roseburn, which can
Organised by Gorgie Dalry Community Council, with all the details available here: https://gorgiedalrycc.org.uk/hustings/
Image credit: (c) Gorgie Dalry Community Council
A 10 April 2021 notice on the Old Colt Bridge seeks news of a large bunch of keys:
"Assortment of keys with old brass bell attached. If found, please hand in to one of
- the Saughton Park Bistro Cafe
- Park office
- Security staff
- Local police station
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Image credit: J Yellowlees