July 23, 2016
June 1, 2015
Grange Prestonfield Community Council is a statutory consultee and has already commented
However, it is open to all residents to comment
Dear Sir / Madam
CITY OF EDINBURGH
PROPOSED 20MPH SPEED LIMIT
I refer to our previous letters regarding the above.
In accordance with the terms of the Local Authorities’ Traffic Orders (Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 1999, I write to inform you that the City of Edinburgh Council proposes to advertise the Traffic Regulation Order which will create zones in Edinburgh within which vehicle speeds will be limited to 20 mph at all times.
Further information on the 20 mph speed limits, including a map of the 20 mph network, is available on the Council’s websites at www.edinburgh,gov.uk/20mph & www.edinburgh.gov.uk/trafficorders or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk. If you do not have internet access you can view this information online at your local library or Neighbourhood Office. The details of which are shown on the attached street notice.
Should you wish to submit an objection to the proposal, please do so by 26 June 2015 quoting notice reference number TRO/15/17.
TRAFFIC ORDERS ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
July 24, 2014
Grange Prestonfield Community Council Newsletter
Our Summer 2014 Newsletter is now printed and will be delivered to all addresses in our area within the next few weeks
May 11, 2013
Grange/Prestonfield Community Council received the following information from Eileen Hewitt, Community Council Support Officer, City of Edinburgh Council.
Community representatives recently attended a meeting on the Council’s decision-making structures including the Petitions Committee. The meeting dealt with a wide range of questions and there were requests for the presentations to be made available.
Grange/Prestonfield Community Council have received the following from Eileen Hewitt, Community Council Support Officer, City of Edinburgh Council.
“I am writing to update you on the Review of the Scheme. Following the first statutory consultation period, comments have been analysed and a report recommending further changes was approved at a Special Meeting of the Council on 2 May.”
“Respondents were generally supportive of the proposed Scheme and the added emphasis on community councils being able to demonstrate evidence of their engagement with the community. A summary of the consultation process and key findings are included in the attached report.”
“Community councils and the public are invited to make further comment on the draft Scheme, Constitution and Standing Orders which are attached as appendices to the report. Copies of the proposed Scheme, Constitution and Standing Orders will be available for inspection by the public at libraries, Neighbourhood Offices, www.edinburgh.gov.uk/communitycouncils and www.edinburghnp.org.uk. Comments should be returned to me .. or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 May 2013. The outcome of this consultation will be reported to the Council meeting on 27 June.”