City of Edinburgh Council is promoting a code of conduct for off road path users. You can download it from Useful Downloads below.
"During these testing times", Murrayfield Golf Course supports walkers, who are asked to avoid the greens and bunkers, which are costly to maintain in general, and the greens are treated with chemicals. Excellent views can be enjoyed looking across the city and towards the Pentlands.
Murrayfield Community Council has continued to consider a range of items while unable to meet. A document summarising these can be downloaded below. They include:
- Christmas trees
- Conservation Area character
- CCWEL and other walking and cycling initiatives
- Ellersly Road
The Murrayfield Community Council meeting of 19 May 2020 has been cancelled.
More news from the future. An exhibition by Charles Hodge Mackie at the City Art Centre has been postponed and is now scheduled to run 15 May - 10 October 2021.
Murray (1862-1920) had his studio locally, where now stands Murrayburgh House (17 Corstorphine Road). And the definitive life was written by local resident Pat Clark, who is also consulting on the exhibition.
For whenever we are allowed out, Rosie Bell has created an amazing 1-hour, illustrated, self-guided walking tour of the Roseburn and Coltbridge area, packed with history and general interest. You can download it as pdf for free below (under Useful Downloads).
(There is a landscape and a portrait version. The landscape one has a slightly bigger map and a more news-papery column layout. Whatever suits you and/or your devices).
[PLEASE NOTE: the Coltbridge Viaduct, and
Two major City of Edinburgh Council consultations have been extended but are drawing to a close on 30 April 2020. Now's the time.
- "Choices for the City" plan; and
- Draft City Mobility plan
Photograph of the future submitted...
Dates for rugby fans and local residents here: https://www.scottishrugby.org/tickets-and-events/events/2020-autumn-tests
Following a complaint that the second application (for development of 8 townhouses and 9 apartments) on this site referred to the wrong number of housing units, revised documents have now been submitted by the developer. No action will be taken on these while COVID-19 restrictions are in place, but when these are lifted the application will be re-opened for public comment. The City Council has been notified that unauthorised tree-cutting has resumed during the bird-nesting season, with
The Community Council has continued to consider a range of items while unable to meet. A document summarising these can be downloaded below. They include:
- COVID-19 related campaigns
- A new planning application for 37 Corstorphine Road
- On-going concerns about 9 Kinellan Road
- Proposed Ellersly Road improvements
- and more