The Pentland Hills Regional Park keep us up to date via their website. The most recent edition of their informative online magazine can be found via their homepage: http://www.edinburgh.gov.uk/pentlandhills/

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

Colinton Amenity Association takes the local environment very seriously. We monitor issues which arise or are brought to our attention by local residents and have regular contact with Council representatives in the local Pentlands Neighbourhood Partnership office to have issues dealt with as soon as possible.

Any matter of concern related to the local environment can be reported to the Council direct on 0131 527 3800 (or 3878), or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., with a copy to the CAA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that we can monitor progress. We are also happy to take up issues with the Council ourselves if that is helpful.

To report invasive non-native species on Council-owned land please email the Council's Weed Control Team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0131 657 4815.

To report invasive non-native species on privately owned land please email the Council's Environmental Health Service at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0131 529 3030.

Clean Up Scotland logoWill you help us to Clean Up Scotland?

We all love Scotland. But it could be so much better. Scotland has a litter problem, and it is not just litter, it is dog fouling, flyposting, flytipping, graffiti and abandoned vehicles.