Neighbourhood Watch advice on preventing the theft of Keyless Cars

Neighbourhood Watch have issued advice to the owners of keyless cars to help prevent theft. You can download their advice here: Keyless Cars Relay Theft Warning

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April / May 2018 ebulletin

The April / May ebulletin includes updates about the Edinburgh Shoreline Project and the potential redevelopment of Trinity Academy. Read it here: April May ebulletin

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Trinity Community Council agenda 14th May 2018

The next meeting of Trinity Community Council takes place on Monday 14th May at 7.15pm in Inverleith St Serfs Church hall. The agenda can be found here: May 2018 agenda

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February / March ebulletin

The February / March ebulletin includes a summary of the presentation that Spartans made regarding their proposals for Wardie playing fields. Read it here:

TCC February ebulletin

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Walkway resurfacing and drainage works

Balfour Beatty has been appointed by The City of Edinburgh Council to carry out a package of footpath resurfacing and drainage improvement works across the North Edinburgh Path network commencing 7th March 2018 for a period of 12 weeks.
The initial phases of works will commence on Blackhall, Trinity and Hawthornvale paths.  All works areas will be signed a week in advance on site with diversion routes notified.  The works on the Blackhall Path will commence first on 7th March and will last for approximately 3 Weeks until 23rd March 2018.
The working hours will be between 0730hrs and 1730hrs Monday to Friday. There is no planned weekend working.
Potential path closures
Due to the nature of the works and to ensure the safety of both path users and workers it will be necessary to implement traffic management within the working hours mentioned above, which will include footpath closures. Diversion routes will be available for all path users and local pedestrian access to properties will be granted.  The intended approach to managing access during the works is:
1)      Local diversions around work activities (may require dismounting and walking on verges)
2)      Path closures – with diversion routes taken between accessible ramp accesses. 
3)      Information boards will be displayed at closure points with maps of the diversion routes for onward journeys.  Please note that some diversion routes may require cycling on trafficked roads and dismounting for crossings.
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Trinity Community Council agenda March 12th 2018

The next meeting of Trinity Community Council takes place on Monday 12th March at 7.15pm in Inverleith St Serfs Church hall. The agenda can be found here: agenda March 2018 v2

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Spartans’ proposals for Wardie playing fields

Spartans outlined their proposals for the Wardie playing fields at the Trinity Community Council meeting on Monday 12th February. They are seeking to consult local community groups before deciding whether to proceed with plans for a 3G (i.e. artificial) pitch and indoor multi-sports centre.

The presentation that explains the proposals can be accessed via the following link:

1610-B3(i) Community Council Presentation 2018-02-05 Rev A

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Lower Granton Road consultation

The City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) is delivering a package of improvements to the Quiet Route network for walking and cycling across the city. During the Preliminary Design and Detailed design stages, CEC and AECOM are undertaking a range of consultation approaches with stakeholders and the public to achieve better design outcomes.

The proposals for Lower Granton Road include the widening of the existing path for walking and cycling along McKelvie Parade, the extension of the shared use path and a new crossing on Lower Granton Road just before Granton Square. The aim of this project is to provide a safe and desirable path for pedestrians and cyclist from the Trinity Road junction to Oxcraig St and in the long term connect up to the Cramond Esplanade. There will be an official round of consultation later in the year that will include the detailed design drawings. We wanted to take this opportunity to update you on some key areas of change and get your feedback.

The consultation document can be found here: 14 Lower Granton Walk and Cycle Improvements Feedback Form

Completed forms should be returned to thomas.haddock@edinburgh.gov.uk

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Trinity Community Council February meeting

Our next meeting will be held on Monday 12th February in Wardie Parish Church at 19:15. Spartans Football Club will be in attendance to discuss their proposals for Wardie Playing Fields.

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Trinity Community Council January update

Read the update from our January meeting here:

January 2018 TCC bulletin

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