City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership

Welcome to the City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership, which stretches from Abbeyhill in the east, to the West End and Tollcross areas. We cover the city's world famous areas of the Old Town and the New Town and share almost exactly the same boundaries as the UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Partnership works together to improve the area for all those who live, work, study or visit here. You told us your priorities and these will inform our work for the next three years through the
Local Community Plan 2014-17.

We positively encourage voluntary organisations, community groups, service providers, residents and local businesses to get involved. Be an active member of the Partnership and help the city centre thrive.

 Grassmarket Clean Up photo 

City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership meetings:

Neighbourhood Partnership Public Meeting - Thursday 26 March 2015, 7-8.30pm (Venue: The Melting Pot)
Themed meeting: Community Grants Fund. Come along and hear how local groups are using the funding in the city centre. Ask advice for your own projects. Open meeting, all welcome.

Neighbourhood Partnership Board Meeting - Thursday 14 May 2015, 6pm
Neighbourhood Partnership Public Meeting - Thursday 3 Sept 2015, 7pm
Neighbourhood Partnership Board Meeting - Thursday 12 Nov 2015, 6pm

Forum Meetings:

Please watch this space for information about the new Action Groups that will be formed to support the 2014/2017 Local Community Plan

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

Next Meeting

MAY 14

City Centre Neighbourhood Partnership Board Meeting
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Latest News

Abbeyhill Week of Action 23-27 March 2015

30 March, 2015

We'll be joining forces for a Week of Action in Abbeyhill from 23-27 March, organising lots of projects to improve the area including a graffiti clean up, litter picking, a survey about how safe you feel in the local area and advice about fire safety.

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