AGM 25th March, new Privacy Policy and latest CCWEL news

An ordinary day at Roseburn Primary:-)

Privacy Policy

We have published our Privacy Policy and request all of our members to simply log in to confirm your acceptance of this. You will see an acceptance clause as part of the login process. Don't worry if you have forgotten your password because there is the familiar "Request new password" button to get a new one.

AGM 25th March

Our AGM will be held on Monday 25th March, 7:30 to 9:00 pm at Murrayfield Parish Church Hall in the Dove Lounge (accessed via rear doors). The address is 2B Ormidale Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 6EQ. There will be an opportunity to hear about progress on CCWEL and to give us your ideas and feedback.

You need to be a member to attend, but it is easy to join if you have not done so already! You can join on the night if necessary, but please come early.

Nominations for new committee members and officers are welcome. Please contact us in advance of the meeting.

The agenda is

  1. Apologies for absence
  2. Chair’s report - including
    1. Latest news on the CCWEL project
    2. Overview of TRO hearing process (scheduled summer 19)
  3. Secretary’s report
  4. Proposed constitution change (see draft document - clause "and agree to the Privacy Policy" added to clause 4b).
  5. Election of Chair, Secretary & committee members
  6. Any other business

We hope to see you there!

Latest News

Things have been a little quiet with the CCWEL since the Edinburgh Council Transport and Environment Committee voted to keep moving forward with the project in June 2018, but progress continues with the designs and public consultations. There is a target date of 26th April for the Public Hearing about the Roseburn to Haymarket section and the four week Statutory Consultation for the Haymarket to Randolph Place section is due to start in early March and run for four weeks. If you are not already signed up for the Council's updates, you can get them here.

Local businesses are still campaigning about the loss of parking, yet nearby short-stay parking will increase from 12 to 49 spaces, with all but two spaces increasing from 30 minutes to two hours. We welcome the decision by Edinburgh Council to support the businesses during construction.

We've published an article on our website reminding people that there is still widespread support for the cycle route and its wider benefits and that local traders will have opportunities from new passing trade as well as a four-fold increase in nearby short stay parking.