STOP PRESS clicks:
** Parking suspensions: Major gas pipe replacement in our area for 20 weeks from 22 April ** Click here for roadsigns
** Scottish Government rejects Strategic Plan for Edinburgh Region …OUCH
** A thoughtful planning article from The Scotsman

More on our What’s On page

The Planning Tab has a link to an uptodate list of recent planning applications on our patch with direct links to the papers on the Planning Portal.

  • The next meeting (Monday 27 May, 7 pm, in the Liberton Kirk Halls, Kirkgate) will be preceded by the AGM. Click HERE for the agendas of both meetings. Minutes are under the minutes tab.
    Click HERE for the report by our chair to the Nov meeting on the recent walkabout to identify various issues
    • Click HERE and HERE to learn about the CEC’s new Localities which are replacing Neighbourhood Partnerships. The associated committee structure will involve Locality Community Planning Partnerships and Neighbourhood Networks.   HERE is a recent (2 April) outline of the evolving position. Neighbourhood Partnership Committees and Locality Committees ceased on 1st April.  HERE is a link to the SE Locality Improvement Plan; these plans are to evolve with time.
  • We have been concerned for some time about hazards of the complex junction at the bottom of Liberton Brae, particularly for cyclists and pedestrians. Click HERE for suggestions we made to the City Council with Councillor Howie’s help and the responses from ‘Active Travel’. The LDCC will continue to pursue this matter and would welcome comments.

Click HERE for a copy of our Spring newsletter. It is being distributed in the Alnwickhill/Mortonhall area. We don’t have the resources to distrpibute our print newsletter to all our households. Paper copies should be available in Liberton Kirk Centre (where we also have a letter box for paper mail), Fleming Chemist in Liberton Brae, Liberton Gardens Post Office, and the Gracemount Leisure Centre. Links to earlier newsletters are under the Minutes tab.
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