The Autumn 2014 edition of the
Pentlands Neighbourhood Digest
can be found HERE

preserve and enhance

preserve and enhance



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Colinton Surgery
dates now available HERE

Consultation on 20mph speed limit

Following a successful pilot in South Edinburgh a 20 mph speed limit is proposed for the City Centre, main shopping streets and residential areas including Colinton. Please see the map of proposed 20mph speed limits to check which streets will be affected.

You are encouraged to study this consultation as it will affect streets in Colinton and elsewhere around the City of Edinburgh

Full details for the consultation can be found by clicking HERE and the online survey can be found by clicking HERE

Spylaw Park wins Green Flag Award

logo-greenflagSpylaw Park is one of 30 public parks in the Lothians to receive the Green Flag award this year. This follows a concerted programme of improvements to the Park over the last two years in which CAA has been in partnership with the City of Edinburgh's Parks Department (who provided most of the funding and implemented many of the improvements to the park area) and with Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust (who secured additional funding and managed the improvements to the woodlands and to the main access route). CAA also contributed financially, with the funding of new signposts. This is the first time that Spylaw Park has received this award: the Green Flag award is a national standard of excellence for parks and greenspaces throughout the United Kingdom

Wild about Edinburgh’s River

The Water of Leith is a wonderful natural asset for the city and it free. With over 12 miles of walkway to explore, numerous parks and gardens to visit and a fantastic Visitor Centre in Slateford, days out on the Water of Leith are on your doorstep.

Edinburgh Joint Carers Strategy

The City of Edinburgh Council and NHS Lothian value the vital role that carers have caring for people in Edinburgh. A range of good quality support needs to be on hand to carers at the right time and place. The Council has developed the Edinburgh's Joint Carers' Strategy with local partners from Health, the third sector and carers. The plan has local priorities and outcomes for young and adult carers in the city for the next three years from 2014 to 2017. You can download the strategy HERE.

Latest CEC Planning News

Planning News 29Click on the image to see the latest copy of Planning News from the City of Edinburgh Council's City Development Department.(Issue 29 Summer 2014)

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