There continues to be cause for complaint by local residents due to ongoing nuisance odours from the Seafield Sewage Works.
Whilst Leith Links Residents Association and Leith Links Community Council continue to fight for a resolution it is vitally important that those affected by any nuisance odour report such instances, at the time, every time.
The more reports made the better. Even if a neighbour or someone nearby phones & complains, you should still complain too.
Burning type smells should be reported to;
Sewage type smells should be reported to;
Leith Links Community Council has organised an election hustings so that local people can ask candidates standing in the City of Edinburgh Council elections what their opinion is on local important issues.
We don’t know who will be taking part yet as not all parties have selected their candidates but there is an open invitation to all parties & any independents who stand.
- Wednesday 19 April 2017
- Leith Community Education Centre (Kirkgate)
Please do share our Facebook event, and watch out for posters & leaflets around the community promoting the event.
PS – Don’t worry, we know it’s a few months away so we will remind you all again nearer the time.
Following on from our Community Councils success in being the only Edinburgh area Community Council to generate enough interest to require an election in Autumn 2016, the Improvement Service has featured our efforts in a new online showcase.
A video featuring Community Councilors Abu, Chrissie, John and Michael has went online along with a written case study.
It is excellent news that our efforts have been recognised and our experiences shared with other Community Councils.
To view the showcase follow this link.
The next meeting of Leith Links Community Council takes place on Monday, 30th January in Leith Community Centre, New Kirkgate at 7pm. If you live in the Leith Links area we would be pleased to see you.
Agenda 30.1.17 LLCC-Minutes-November-2016