Leith Connections: Public meetings to be held in relation to Leith Low Traffic Neighbourhood and segregated cycle route between the Foot of the Walk and Ocean Terminal
City of Edinburgh Council have today published full details of their two planned virtual public meetings about Leith Connections.
The virtual public meetings are not mentioned on the leaflets currently circulating in our community so please do help us to spread the word.
Meetings will be held on the following dates & times;
If you are unable to go to one of the meetings due to them being fully booked please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in attending as they may hold further meeting/s.
Leith Links Community Council would encourage you to fully participate in the Leith Connections consultation by filling in the project teams online survey and attending one of the public meetings.
Public meeting information from Eventbrite website:
About this event
We are hosting public co-design workshops so that residents can share their views and help inform the designs of the Leith Low Traffic Neighbourhood. In these sessions we aim to:
- gain local insight into the study area
- listen to community feedback on the proposals
- involve the community in helping to develop the designs
- provide background to the project
- raise awareness of the project and its objectives
- summarise engagement and data findings to date
The first session will be held on Wednesday 23rd June and the second on Thursday 1st July. Both sessions will be held between 6.30pm-8pm.
Further details on how to access the meeting will be issued along with an information pack in advance of the meeting upon registration.