The local community will have noticed that in many streets across the Leith Links, and indeed Leith area have seen the appearance of road markings and street signage relating to 20mph speed limits.
As can be seen from the map below, the new speed limit will go live in applicable streets on 28 February 2017.
For more information visit the special Facebook page by following this link or visit the Councils webpages by clicking here.
Are you interested in delivering open access youth work with young people aged 11 and over?
Communities and Families is opening a participatory budgeting grant programme to support such work in 2017-18. Applications will be assessed by a team of young people and Council officers before a voting process for young people. It will be the combination of these two processes that will determine who is awarded funding. The total budget available is £60,000 with a minimum award level of £500 and the maximum award level of £10,000. The work should benefit young people in Edinburgh and can be locally based or citywide work.
Application packs will be available on the Edinburgh Compact website from 6th February and the closing date will be 3pm on 24th February.
Briefings for applicants will be held at Waverley Court on
- Tuesday 7th February 2pm
- Tuesday 7th February 5.30pm
- Tuesday 14th February 5.30pm
Please book a place by contacting CF.Commissioning@edinburgh.gov.uk
Later this year the people of Scotland will go to the polls to elect the Councillors who will form Scotlands 32 local authorities.
The Leith Links Community Council area is encompassed by two distinct City of Edinburgh Council Wards. Leith Ward 13 for those on the Links side of the Restalrig Cycle Path, and Craigentinny / Duddingston Ward 14 for those on the other side.
However, regardless of which Ward you are in you must be on the Register of Electors to be able to vote, either in person, by post or by proxy.
To register to vote, or to check you are on the Register of Electors click here.
To find our more about elections in Edinburgh, visit the City of Edinburgh Councils web page by clicking here.
Police Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council and the Scottish Government have been working together to make £40,000 available in the City of Edinburgh for projects aimed at addressing Islamophobia.
34 projects are in the running to receive grants of up to £5000, with the people of Edinburgh deciding which projects get funding.
If you would like to take part in the decision making process, you can vote online here from today until 12noon on Monday 13 February 2017 or you can visit your nearest City of Edinburgh Council Library.
For more information, click here.