Portobello Community Council

Brighton Place Sett Reconstruction – update 10 July

Posted on: July 10th, 2018

The following information is the most up-to-date Portobello Community Council has on the programme to reconstruct Brighton Place with setts. It is based on information shared by Lothian Buses ahead of the 25 June meeting, discussion at the meeting and subsequent follow up from Cllr Laidlaw. City of Edinburgh Council officials were asked for an […]

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36th AGM and 359th Meeting Agenda

Posted on: June 23rd, 2018

Apologies for lateness, attached are agenda for the AGM and meeting this Monday 25th June 2018 at 7:30pm in Portobello Baptist Church Hall, 185 Portobello High Street.   pcc-20180625-36th-AGM-Agenda.pdf pcc-20180625-359th-Agenda.pdf 20180528-358th-Minutes.pdf

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Maureen Child Update 21 June 2018

Posted on: June 21st, 2018

Dear All   Sorry about last week’s blip in service!  Events and commitments during the week overtook me, and we were away in Dublin for a wedding by Friday morning; so no Update done.  A lovely historic city is Dublin, complete with fabulous trams, lots of people milling around, and hardly any traffic on their […]

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Application to Local Rail Development Fund for Porty Station feasibility study

Posted on: June 21st, 2018

The Capital Rail Action Group have submitted a bid to the Local Rail Development Fund for a feasibility study into the reopening of Portobello Railway Station. Alignment with Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance Portobello is a coastal suburb of Edinburgh, lying some three miles from the city centre. It has a central population around its town […]

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Maureen Child Update 8 June 2018

Posted on: June 8th, 2018

Dear All   Portobello Timebank’s Members are now over 130 strong and can do lots of things.  They can help in your home or garden, take you shopping or knit you baby clothes, feed your cat or walk your dog, set up your I-pad or teach you sign language. What could you do, if you […]

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Democracy Matters Conversation: People to have their say on Scotland’s public services

Posted on: June 6th, 2018

People to have their say on Scotland’s public services People across Scotland are being invited to join a conversation about community decision-making to help make public services more locally focused. The Democracy Matters conversation will identify new legal rights for communities which would place them at the heart of decision-making. The Democracy Matters conversation is […]

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