Cramond and Barnton Community Council
Incorporating Cramond, Barnton, Cammo, Quality Street (West Side)
The next meeting of the Community Council will be held
on Thursday 20 September 2018
in Cramond Kirk Millennium Hall
Following our short break over the summer months you are invited to attend the next meeting of the Community Council.
The main topic for the evening will include an update on the planned Cammo Fields development. There have been further developments concerning the airport and the proposed flightpath for outbound flights to the east. Also an update on a proposed Traffic Restriction Order for Cramond Glebe Road (for which an outline drawing was received during our recess). Hear what the Community Council have been trying to do to improve bus services.
The Community Council meeting will also cover the regular business, including a Police report and reports from our local Councillors. Come along and ask them what they are doing to try to prevent a recurrence of the gridlock that occurred in July with roadworks on the Queensferry Road. What assurances are they seeking from officials that this will not happen again.
Ian D Williamson, Secretary, Tel. No. 0131 476 3897.
Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the third Thursday of the month (but not in July, August or December) in the Millennium Room, Cramond Kirk Hall, Glebe Road, Cramond.
Upcoming Meeting Dates for 2018
18th January 15th February 15th March 19th April 17th May 21st June
- 20th September
- 18th October
- 15th November
The Community Council generally invites a speaker to their meetings in order to inform and allow the residents to discuss issues such as our environment, planning, the airport, roads etc. with relevant officials.
Planning Applications: The Community Council will review the applications and sites. speak to residents when requested, apply for Consultee Status if necessary, hold public meetings when appropriate and attend site visits. Information is then sent out to residents on the application, and where appropriate the Community Council response is issued to the Council. In due course a copy of the planning decision report issued to the neighbours when a planning application is decided.
Information: Information sent to the Community Council is placed on local notice boards when relevant to the area and all literature is left at the public meetings for residents to read and request copies. Information acquired by e-mail can also be passed on to residents who wish to be added to our global e-mailing list.
Legal Data: Community Council meetings are legally required to be held in public a minimum of seven times/year. The Community Council is also legally required to publish and display their minutes. All Community Council members must adhere to the City of Edinburgh’s Code of Conduct. The Community Council has a legal status to comment on planning issues and licensing matters.