Queensferry and District Community Council

Queensferry and District

Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of every month from January to November at 7.30 pm in the Burgh Chambers, High Street, South Queensferry (under the museum).

07763 123870

www.queensferrycommunitycouncil.org/

Situated on the edge of the City of Edinburgh and on the banks of the Firth of Forth, Queensferry, more popularly known as South Queensferry, is framed by the historic Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge. The old town is a conservation area, while the situation and its proximity to Edinburgh has resulted in considerable growth with substantial housing schemes, mainly in the Scotstoun, Echline, Springfield and Station Road areas.

Queensferry & District Community Council represents the people of Queensferry and Dalmeny. Formed in the summer of 1986, QDCC is today one of the longest running community councils in the region and is widely respected across Edinburgh as one of the strongest and most active in the City.

As part of its remit under the Local Government (Scotland) Acts 1973, 1994 & 2003, and the Race Relations Act 2000, the QDCC conducts surveys of local opinion on matters of importance to the local community.