Portobello & Craigmillar Neighbourhood Partnership


Welcome to the Portobello & Craigmillar Neighbourhood Partnership home page. We are ideally placed, with a castle, the seaside and plenty of parks and green space. We are keen to maintain and improve these attractions.

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 community plan. If you feel we've missed anything, or if you can't find out what you want to know, please contact us and we'll do our best to help you.  The convenor is Councillor Mike Bridgman.

A full area profile of the partnership area can be found under Links and Downloads.  

Read the You Decide! page to learn about how next year's Community Grant Funding will be chosen by local people
Nearly 30 applications have been received, amounting to £35,679.  There is £21,737 to allocate - remember to vote.  The applications will be on display in Craigmillar and Portobello Libraries from Friday 24 April until Friday 8 May.  And the You Decide! day is Saturday May 23 from 11-3 in Craigmillar Library - come along and have your say.

Read our new Local Community Plan here .

Come to Cre8te Opportunities Meet the Buyer event with Brookfield Multiplex for the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences Project. It's on Wednesday 29 April at the East Neighbourhood Centre from 6.00 - 8.00 pm.  Find out more here.

Read Craigmillar Books for Babies March Newsletter here.

Read Bridgend Inspiring Growth's March newsletter here




Your local contacts

  • James Hunter.jpgJames Hunter
    East Neighbourhood Manager0131 529 7914
  • mary_dumbar.jpgMary Dunbar
    Partnership and Information Manager0131 529 4415

Next Meeting

MAY 13

Portobello & Craigmillar Neighbourhood Partnership
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Latest News

Public Conveniences Survey goes live

17 April, 2015

Edinburgh residents are being asked to participate in a survey about the closure of a number of public toilets outside of the city centre.
The Council made the decision in 2011 to reduce the funding of public conveniences in order to make vital budget savings of £300,000. Around 10 public toilets are to close in order to achieve this.

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