Leith based environmental charity, Changeworks, is looking to assess the potential of Leith becoming the next Zero Waste Town. As a householder located in Leith this is your opportunity to tell us what you think about how waste is currently managed in Leith, and to input into our proposed project activities.
Share your views by completing this online survey by Friday 17 March 2017 and be entered into our £50 voucher prize draw*.
This research is funded by Zero Waste Scotland. We will use the findings from the survey to inform our application for further funding from Zero Waste Scotland to run the Zero Waste Leith project. This project would follow on from similar projects in Dunbar and Bute, where the community and businesses have come together to increase recycling, reduce waste, improve their local environment and make better use of resources.
Leith Neighbourhood Partnership have called their next public meeting and you are invited!
It is important that as many members of the community as possible take the time to consider the consultation and respond as the outcome of the consultation will directly impact on how Police services are delivered.
A consultation by the City of Edinburgh Council is currently underway on the rules and guidance around holding parades and processions, including protest marches, in Edinburgh.
The public are being asked for their feedback on a new policy and code of conduct providing more clarity on the process for staging a public procession.
Organisers are required by law to give the Council at least 28 days’ notice of such an event, which will then be considered by the officers, along with the police and other interested parties.
But with an increase in the number of parades and processions taking place in Edinburgh over recent years, the need for a clear and consistent approach is apparent.
The consultation runs until 31 March 2017.
Collections of garden waste will be changing for residents across Edinburgh from March.
Brown bins will now be collected by the City of Edinburgh Council once every three weeks all year round, instead of every two weeks in the summer and four weeks in the winter.
The change will result in more consistent collections throughout the year, and was agreed as part of last year’s Council budget in order to enable the service to continue running despite increasing financial pressures.
- Monday 27 February 2017
- From 7pm
- Leith Community Education Centre (Newkirkgate)
All members of our community are welcome to attend.
There will be an opportunity for members of our community to ask questions & raise any concerns with us, the Police and with other local elected representatives.
Our Community Links Fund, which has £15,500 to fund local community projects will close for applications on Monday 27 February 2017.
If you are thinking about submitting an application, want to talk through an application or need some help formulating your idea – get in touch with us as soon as possible.
We have three drop in events scheduled to provide you with advice & support and to lodge completed applications;
- Wednesday 22 February from 11am until 1pm in Restalrig & Lochend Community Hub
- Thursday 23 February from 6pm until 8pm in Leith Community Centre
- Monday 27 February from 6pm until 7pm in Leith Community Centre
If you need help, do not delay – contact us today by email, firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0131 467 0884.
Our friends at Leithers Don’t Litter need your help! They are putting together a campaign to prevent flytipping and are looking for your input.
Please take a few moments to take their survey by clicking the picture.
The hugely important and successful Leith Festival is holding their Annual General Meeting later this month.
Their annual festival is an important and long established feature of community life in Leith.
Why don’t you attend to show them your support?