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Living Streets video shows how to “Cut the Clutter”

Living Streets is announcing the launch of a new video “Cut the Pavement Clutter”. The video explains their project over the past two years aiming to raise awareness of the problems that pavement clutter cause, and what we can do about it.  Please join the presentation at 11.00 am on Friday 11th December by registering here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kUrDp_AHSMOyv-Qg82uqqQ   …

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Spaces for People — Local Audit by Living Streets Edinburgh

In late October, volunteers for Living Streets Edinburgh carried out an audit on the Spaces for People scheme. The audit covered the corridor from Tollcross to Morningside Station and the full report is available as Audit of ‘Spaces for People’ provision: A702 Tollcross to Morningside Station (PDF). The report contains many detailed suggestions on potential improvements …

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Cllr Melanie Main: Measures for safe distancing on Morningside Road and Bruntsfield Place

Please note that all views expressed in this newsletter are the views of the Scottish Greens and Melanie Main – Merchiston Community Council is not a party affiliated organisation. This is for resident information purposes only and MCC should not be held accountable for the views expressed in this bulletin.  On Monday 27th July, the …

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Places and Communities: Envisioning Edinburgh after Covid-19

In a recent blog post Shaping a resilient future for Edinburgh, Daisy Narayanan has raised questions on what might be Edinburgh’s “new normal” in the wake of Covid-19: As we look ahead to the next few months, Edinburgh’s citizens will need to build individual and collective resilience to deal with significant challenges. How we continue …

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