The Heart of Newhaven Group are holding a taster session on Saturday 17th August from 10am – 3pm at Victoria Primary School. Please see the following link for more details:
Your chance to have your say in how Victoria Primary School could be used by the community please take the Heart of Newhaven survey and tell them what you think of the emerging ideas
The survey – will be open for a fortnight only!
Trinity Community Council will be holding an additional meeting this Monday, 8th July. As usual it will be held at 7.15pm in Inverleith St. Serfs Church Centre.
Click here for the agenda.
The Scottish Ambulance Service have established a new Clinical Response Model that improves the way they handle emergency calls. The Model is explained in greater detail here: NCRM Community Councils letter.
The next meeting of Trinity Community Council will be held on Monday 10th June at 7.15pm in Inverleith St Serfs Church Centre. Topics include plans for the creation of a community hub at a new Trinity Academy.
The agenda can be found here.
The Trinity Community Gala will take place on the 24th & 25th August in Lomond Park. In anticipation of the Gala, Lomond Park Co Ltd is sponsoring a photography competition to the theme of ‘What Trinity Means to Me’. For more details view the poster via the following link:
The Scottish Government are consulting on the potential regulation of short-term lets. The consultation, which closes on the 19th July, can be found here:
The next meeting of Trinity Community Council will be held on Monday 13th May at 7.15pm in Inverleith St Serfs Church Centre.
Community Models Ltd have been retained by the Improvement Service and SCOTS (the Society of Chief Officers of Transportation in Scotland) to undertake a study on the value of the local roads network in Scotland.
As part of this study, they are consulting with a wide range of stakeholders to gather primary evidence and insights into the importance of the local roads network to the communities it serves, both today and in the future.
The survey can be accessed via the following link:
City of Edinburgh Council are consulting upon a revised character appraisal for the Trinity Conservation Area. Conservation Area Character Appraisals define the key elements, essential features and special qualities that contribute to each area’s architectural and historic interest. You can access the consultation via the following link: