An amazing article from Cockburn Association – Edinburgh Civic Trust Thank you

Stead’s Place: developing a Cockburn View

Leith has always been Edinburgh’s port and still retains a distinctive quality of its own even though it has changed significantly in recent years. It has been reinvented as a lively centre of urban living, a good food destination, and as a hub of creative activity and cultural diversity.

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Objectathon

If you’re unsure how to comment on the Planning Applications, we’re running an “Objectathon” tomorrow to provide advice as well as information on the campaign. Please come along and have a chat at the following locations:

Out of the Blue Drill Hall: 10am – 3pm

Leith Community Centre: 12 – 3pm

Leith Depot: 12 -3pm

Amati Deli: 12 – 3pm

Take the opportunity to let the Planning Committee know what you think.

Guerrilla light projection

Leith Walk Business Centre, S.O.S
Edinburgh Council – Over 12,000 voices say stop the demolition.
The University of Edinburgh – Big opportunity lost; time to revise?
Drum Property Group – Community consultation? Still not listening.
The Scottish Government – 12,000 people, 11 planners, 1 reporter, democratic?

Thanks to everyone who has already objected

Thanks to everyone who has already objected but for those who haven’t here a link to helpful pointers for your form.

Please note we will be putting up a more detailed list of specific objections in a couple of days for those of us who aren’t as familiar with the objection process.

One thing to remember Leith is already the most densely populated area in Scotland.

https://www.iobject.co.uk/what-are-valid-reasons-for-objecting-to-a-planning-application.html#