The activity pictured here attracted a lot of interest today on the Old Coltbridge. As Rejuvenating Roseburn plans continue to be developed, the bridge and surrounding area came under some serious spray painting. The task was to survey where and what services are laid out below the road surface. This will ensure that when final plans are being drawn there will be no clash with existing services, new lighting and trees. Some of the equipment used in the survey can be seen as well as
Murrayfield Community Council received the following information from the City Council.
Through 'Connecting our City, Transforming our Places', the City of Edinburgh Council is setting out bold, ambitious ideas that will help achieve the Edinburgh 2050 vision; a fairer, thriving, connected and inspired city.
Tell the City Council what matters to you and how they should develop the best way forward for Edinburgh. The City Council say that your views will shape multiple projects:
The Saughtonhall Community Association are holding this event in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support, at the Saughtonhal Community Association hall: 22a Saughtonhall Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 5RN
Murrayfield Community Council-funded log bench celebrating Roseburn Park to be officially 'opened' by the Lord Provost on 25 August 2018 at 10 am. All welcome. The bench was commissioned by Friends of Roseburn Park and funded by Murrayfield CC and the West Neighbourhood Partnership. It marks the felling of 30 trees in the park during the 2017 flood prevention works.
Contractors have been appointed to construct the relocated play park in Roseburn Park. Friends of Roseburn Park have been advocating for and consulting on this for several years. The Edinburgh City Council funded project has a proposed construction period of 28 August - 18 October 2018.
Congratulations to Anna Rowell and Ruridgh Mcmeddes for their paper on lessons learned in CCWEL/Rejuvenating Roseburn at:
And they won Best Paper from a Young Professional.
It's a rare treat to get a potted history and a view of local affairs from these perspectives.
Edinburgh Rugby (the professional club) have submitted a planning application for a 7,800 capacity stadium on Murrayfield's back pitches.
The relationship between this development and the ejection of Murrayfield Wanderers (the non-professional club) from Murrayfield is unclear. Murrayfield Wanderers are controversially interested in relocating to Roseburn Park.
Edinburgh Active Citizenship Group are holding an event:
Planning - Homes, Hotels & Holiday Lets - Harmony or Heartbreak?
Thursday 17th May 19:00 – 21:00
St. Bride's Centre, 10 Orwell Terrace, EH11 2DZ Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Janet Dick - Activist
Clare Symonds - Planning Democracy
Andy Wightman - Author and Activist
Tahl Kaminer - Edinburgh Old Town Development Trust
Come along and join the discussion - we'll be asking:
- What kind of cities
And you can find them here: https://www.roseburncycleroute.org.uk/tro-and-rso-consultation-20th-april-18th-may-2018