City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership

Around 23,000 people live in Ward 11, the Partnership area, spreading from Abbeyhill in the east, to the city's West End and Tollcross areas. It covers the city's world famous areas of the Old Town and the New Town and shares almost exactly the same boundaries as the UNESCO World Heritage site.


The City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership works to deliver quality of life improvements for all those who live, work, study or visit the area and enhance its role as an outstanding location for everyone.

Anyone with an interest in life in the city centre is very welcome to attend meetings of the Partnership, which offer an opportunity to have your say about what's important to you in the city centre.



City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership meetings:

Neighbourhood Partnership Board Meeting - Thursday 4 Sept 2014

Neighbourhood Partnership Public Meeting - Thursday 13 November 2014 7pm

Forum Meetings:

Safer Communities Forum -  Thurs 25 Sept 2014 6-7pm (City Chambers)

Environment Forum - Tue 26 August 2014 5-6pm (City Chambers)

Business Forum - (postponed from Friday 20 June 2014, new date tbc)

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If you're holding a community event in the city centre, let us know. We'd love to come along and talk to people about the Neighbourhood Partnership.

Your local contacts

  • Ian.buchanan image.JPGIan Buchanan
    City Centre and Leith Neighbourhood Manager0131 529 7524
  • anna.herriman.Jpeg.jpgAnna Herriman
    Partnership and Information Manager0131 469 3853

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This news article is from Inverleith

Water of Leith pathway closure update (Dean Village)

7 July, 2014

The section of path in Dean village has been closed for some months for safety reasons. We can understand frustrations regarding the length of time it is taking to resolve this matter however the area is unsafe and we advise all users of the Walkway please, for your own safety, follow the diversion that is in place.

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