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Closure of path beneath Queensferry Road from 9 April

Community Council News
Roseburn path beneath Queensferry Road

The Roseburn Path will be closed at the point where it passes under Queensferry Road, and large diversions for cyclists and pedestrians are envisaged.  The engineers say:

"Further to previous communications regarding the construction works which are currently underway on the North Edinburgh Path Network, please note details below regarding forthcoming work on the Roseburn Path.

As part of the drainage and surfacing improvements on the Roseburn Path at Queensferry Road a full path closure

Cycleway consultation - drop-in sessions

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Image of City Council consultation leaflet

Received from: Rurigdh McMeddes, Stakeholder Liaison Officer – City Centre West to East Link and Cycle Improvements

"I am just getting in touch to provide an update on the TRO [Traffic Regulation Order] procedures for Section 1 of the CCWEL project.

As you are likely aware Section 1 runs from Roseburn to Haymarket Train Station and we initiated the TRO procedure some weeks ago when we sent out designs to statutory consultees including Community Councils.

Stadium Concert 9 June

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Advert for Rolling Stones Concert

There will be a concert on 9 June at Murrayfield Stadium.  Details here: http://www.scottishrugby.org/tickets-events/rolling-stones-will-play-bt-murrayfield

The usual local residents' meetings to discuss arrangements will be organised.  For details of the latter:

Graham Law, Senior Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Manager, Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh EH12 5PJ

Tel: +44 (0)131 346 5103; +44 (0)7764 178940

Email: graham.law@sru.org.uk

Noticeboard granted

Community Council News
Helen Barbour and Anna Rowell in front of Murrayfield CC noticeboard on Old Colt Bridge.

A successful Murrayfield CC grant application to the West Neighbourhood Partnership will help fund an upgrade to the Roseburn noticeboard as part of the Roseburn / Old Colt Bridge initiative that is one of the spin-offs from the CCWEL project.  Here's Secretary Helen Barbour and Anna Rowell by the current noticeboard.

Graffiti everywhere?

Community Council News
A collage of local graffiti

Graffiti was discussed at the meeting of 9 January 2018.  Many members of the public have complained about it and some have actively removed graffiti in the absence of action by the City Council, who are typically concerned with whether the nature of the graffiti is 'offensive'.  The Community Council is bidding for a graffiti removal kit from the West Neighbourhood Partnership. 

Any thoughts on where in the area the problem is particularly bad?