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Edinburgh Poverty Commission release a Survey

The Edinburgh Poverty Commission have released a survey which will refine it’s recommendations. The survey summary reads: “The Edinburgh Poverty Commission wants to find out what people living and working in Edinburgh know and think about poverty in their city. This survey is part of a larger project, which aims prioritise future action”

Merchiston Community Council invited to Licensing Board meeting to speak about Signature Pubs’ McLarens at Holy Corner

The Edinburgh Council Licensing board have invited the Merchiston Community Council (MCC) to be heard at their board meeting on the 27th of January 2020, in regards to the Signature Pubs venue at Holy Corner in Bruntsfield. Specifically, it is in regards to the Licensing application request by Signature Pubs to extend the opening ours …

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Objection to Extend McLarens Pub Licensing Hours at Holy Corner

McLarens, a Signature Pubs bar and restaurant at Holy Corner, Bruntsfield have submitted an application to extend their licensing hours to 1.00 am on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. The Merchiston Community Council object most strongly to this application and urge the community to also back this rejection by submitting an objection to licensing@edinburgh.gov.uk by Thursday …

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Public Service Information over the Holiday Period

Councillor Neil Ross (Liberal Democrat Councillor for Morningside Ward) has published a useful digest of public service information relating to the holiday period Public transport Bus services will be significantly changed over the Christmas and New Year period.  Here is a link to the revised bus timetables: Lothian Buses Edinburgh taxi fares will be higher …

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PUBLIC CONSULTATION – West Princes Street Gardens

There are 5 days left for the public consultation described as “The Quaich Project’s vision is to reimagine West Princes Street Gardens as a space for all to celebrate and enjoy in new ways – with improved accessibility, dynamic architectural designs and innovative facilities for every members of the community. Please complete this short online …

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