Craigentinny & Duddingston Neighbourhood Partnership
Welcome to the Craigentinny & Duddingston
Neighbourhood Partnership home page. We are ideally
placed, with a
historic castle, nearby beaches, and fantastic green
spaces, including award-winning parks of
scientific importance. We are keen to maintain and improve
these attractions for future generations.
In these pages you can find out what the
Neighbourhood Partnership does, and how you can
get involved. There are links to the Partnership's priorities,
and the current Local Community Plan. If you feel we've missed
anything, or if you can't find out what you want to know, please
us and we'll do our best to help.
Over 80 stakeholders attended a Help Shape the Future -
Development of North East Locality Improvement Plan on 17
November at Meadowbank, to help determine the Locality's priorities
for the next 5 years. See the slide presentation here Fill in
the Survey and tell us what you want
Transition Edinburgh, Nourish, Edinburgh Sustainable
Development Partnership invite you to a week long Free
Exhibition- Community Planning for People &
Help set the environmental priorities for your Edinburgh Locality
Improvement Plan 2017 from 9am - 5pm Mon 27 Feb to Fri 3
March 2017 in the East Neighbourhood Centre. Read more here
Edinburgh is introducing a 20mph speed limit
affecting the Craigentinny & Duddingston Area in February 2017,
- find out more here.
A Street Audit and Action Plan
was commissioned by the Craigentinny & Duddingston Environment
Forum, to improve the physical environment and public realm in
London Road and Portobello Road. You can view the action plan, make comments, and email them to Rory McLeod.
Community Grants - word is getting out! An
unprecedented level of interest was received for the latest round
of Community Grants Awards. Awards
were given to a range of different groups in the
C&D area for sports equipment, workshops, a new walking
route, and music equipment among others. Interested in applying?
These are just two of many great photos we received
recently from organisers of the "Figgy Do" Event in
Figgate Park, made possible by a previous Community Grant
Award. Thanks to Deborah Holloway of Friends of Figgate
Park for the pictures.
Lastly a Winters Walk? Craigentinny and Duddingston is
blessed with some outstanding natural beauty and wildlife - with
everything from extinct volcanoes to waterfowl! ... Find out more here