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.  

See photos from the recent CBBC Awesome Authors Event in Craigmillar Library.

Come to the Family Forest Festival at Sandy's Community Centre on Friday 29 July from 12-3pm- read more here.

The redevelopment proposals for the site south of Fishwives Causeway have now progressed to a stage where BDW Trading Limited and Standard Life Assurance Limited have submitted a Proposal of Application Notice for the redevelopment of the site for residential use incorporating commercial.
he site location plan is here.
There will be
 two public exhibitions to be held at Portobello Town Hall on these dates and times :-
Friday 29 July 2016 from 3pm to 7pm and Saturday 30 July 2016 from 9am to 1pm.
Go along and have your say.

The developers of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children invite local businesses to one of 3 capacity building workshops on Occupational Health and Safety, Environment/Sustainability, and Qualityread more here .                                                 

Read about all that's happening at Bridgend Farmhouse in Bridgend Inspiring Growth's Annual Report here.

Around 300 people attended  You Decide! 2016 on Saturday 14 May in Portobello Town Hall to vote on who should receive a Community Grant. You can see the results here.

If you live in Bingham or Magdalene this will be interesting reading from the Chronicle Online.

Macmillan @ Edinburgh Libraries is looking for volunteers to help support people affected by cancer. If you would like more information on volunteering at Craigmillar Library please read the Volunteer Informatiom form here, and the Application Form here. Phone 242 8022 or contact Macmillan.Libraries@edinburgh.gov.uk

Read about the Temporary Greening Project which will take place on the site reserved for Craigmillar's new high school as the works begins on the Town Centre redevelopment here . And learn about the Community Planting Day here , with some photos here, here, here and here .

Get involved in the Chronicle Online, an exciting new local website, read more here .

And read about Craigmillar Books for Babies' first Storyteller in Residence here.

Congratulations to Cre8te, awarded not one but TWO Social Enterprise Awards - read more here, and here .

Read Craigmillar Books for Babies  summer Newsletter here - and see what's on in their Summer Programme.





Your local contacts

  • Natalie McKail
    North East Localities Manager0131 529 7914
  • mary_dumbar.jpgMary Dunbar
    Partnership and Information Manager0131 529 4415

Latest News

You Decide! 2016

25 April, 2016

Read the results here

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