Seafield Odours & Noise

Leith Links Community Council is concerned with many aspects of community life, including working on behalf of our community to address the long term ongoing issues of odour & noise from Seafield.  This work involves constructively campaigning for long term solutions and in the short term challenging occurrences of odours & noise.

Our lead Community Councillors for Seafield related matters are Jim Scanlon and Eileen Simpson.


Online reporting tool

We provide an online reporting tool which our community can make use of to report any occurrences of odour and / or noise.

The easy to complete form automatically forwards reports to various people & organisations at the same time, which makes reporting far more straightforward. The current recipients, in addition to Leith Links Community Council, who receive the online reports are;

Seafield Stakeholders Group

Leith Links Community Council is a member of the Seafield Stakeholders Group. These meetings are an opportunity for partners to raise any questions or matters of concern and to share information with fellow stakeholders.

Current members of the group, in addition to Leith Links Community Council are;

  • Scottish Water
  • Veolia
  • City of Edinburgh Council – Public Health
  • City of Edinburgh Council – Councillors BoothMcVey and Munro
  • Ben MacPherson MSP (Edinburgh Northern and Leith)
  • Scottish Government
  • Leith Links Residents Association
  • Deidrie Brock MP (Edinburgh North and Leith)
  • Scottish Environmental Protection Agency

Seafield website articles

To view all Seafield related posts made on this website please click here.

Seafield library

This is where we will store documents, or the links to documents relevant to licensing matters;

  • Currently none

Seafield information

We have collated some commonly asked questions around licensing which can be accessed using the links below;

  • Coming soon