Please find attached details of parking restrictions in the Leith Links area for this years Mela. Please bring this to the attention of as many local residents as possible so that we can all plan ahead to enjoy this great event.CONING MAP]CONING MAP 2, Legal Notice,Schedule%20-%20Edinburgh%20Mela%20Festival
The Mela returns to Leith Links from 2-4th September. For full details visit their website www.edinburgh-mela.co.uk
The next meeting of Leith Links CC will be on Monday,27th June starting at 7pm. We meet at Duncan Place Community Centre off Duke Street. All in the area welcome
The City of Edinburgh Council have been consulting with groups throughout the city on how to improve snow clearance if we have another severe winter. They want feedback from as many people as possible and you can have your say about what went well or could be done better. Please try to complete the on-line survey below.
The next meeting of Leith Links Community Council with be on Monday, 30th May 2011 at Duncan Place Community Centre starting at 7pm. Our guest at the meeting will be Steve Stenning, director of this years Mela who will give an update on the event agenda 300511,minutes 280311.
Leith Festival takes place between 10th-19 June 2011 with the usual packed week of events. The Gala on Leith Links will be held on Saturday, 11th June. Fingers crossed for great weather but I’m sure we’ll still enjoy the stalls and music. More details can be found at www.leithfestival.com
After last years very successful event the Mela will be returning to Leith Links between 2-4th September. The new director, Stephen Stenning will be coming to the Community Council meeting in May when more details of this years programme will be known. www.edinburgh-mela.co.uk
The next meeting of Leith Links Community Council takes place on Monday, 28 March at 7pm. The venue will be Ducan Place Community Centre. All local residents are welcome to attend. agenda 280311,minutes 280211
Like many other concerned public groups the community council submitted an objection to the proposed power station. The Forth Energy plan is now with Scottish Government and 1800 objections were received by the closing date of 11 March. City of Edinburgh Council, Scottish Natural Heritage and SEPA who are statutary consultees have a longer time frame to lodge any objections they may have. The council planning committee who will decide the city councils position hope to meet in May and will invite members of Forth Energy and local residents involved in the campaign to prevent the power station. They will be given time to speak for and against the proposal. LLCC LETTER FINAL VERSION