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Wednesday, 26 November 2014
Thursday, 20 November 2014
Wednesday, 19 November 2014
Marchmont & Sciennes Community Council will hold its November meeting on 26 October 2014, at 7:30pm.
The meeting will take place in our usual venue of St Catherine's Argyle Church halls on Beaufort Road/ Grange Road.
This will be our third meeting of 14/15. There will be no meeting in December. We will resume our regular practice of meeting on the fourth Wednesday of the month on 28 Jan 2015 (until Jun 2015).
All who live or work in the area are most welcome to attend
A G E N D A
1 Sederunt and apologies
2 Draft Minutes of last meeting, 22 Oct 2014 and matters arising (not otherwise on Agenda)
· food recycling
· MSCC leaflet
· Cycle route consultation submission
· Cemetery cheque
3 Police Report
4 Update on Meadows from Mike Shields
Items for discussion
5 New planning applications (?)
6 Council Budget challenge
7 Tarmac over setts
8 Youth and criminal justice consultation
9 HMO review
10 Christmas tree event preparations
11 Installation of new noticeboard
Items mainly for information
12 Update on Christmas tree lighting ceremony
13 Treasurer’s report
14 Reports of meetings
students in the community funding for projects
cycle routes/ CC liaison
15 Sciennes in pilot of school streets scheme
17 Date of next meeting: 28 January 2015
Monday, 17 November 2014
The City of Edinburgh Council thank everyone who took part in their natural neighbourhoods consultation. They received thousands of responses using online surveys, a telephone survey and face-to-face methods.
In a competition run jointly with Our Town Stories and Capital Collections five lucky entrants won fabulous framed prints of their chosen “patch”.
The Council approved a new set of natural neighbourhoods for the city in September which you can view on an interactive map. These boundaries will be used by the Council and its partners to plan services, consultations and inform policy and strategy development.
If you’d like to know more, please contact the Business Intelligence Service at the City of Edinburgh Council.