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.

Locality Improvement Plans 2017-2022

With our partners, we have asked individuals and community groups for their views on local priorities and services. Using that feedback, we have worked together to develop four Locality Improvement Plans for 2017 to 2022. The Edinburgh Partnership endorsed these plans on 7 December 2017. You can read more information and download the full plans on the City of Edinburgh Council's website.

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 contact us and we'll do our best to help. 


 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 planmake comments, and email them to Rory McLeod.

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.

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Craigentinny and Duddingston is blessed with some outstanding natural beauty and wildlife - with everything from extinct volcanoes to waterfowl! ...  Find out more here 


Your local contacts

  • e_kilmurry.jpgEvelyn Kilmurry
    North East Localities Manager0131 529 7894
  • mary_dumbar.jpgMary Dunbar
    Lifelong Learning Service Manager0131 529 4415

Latest News

Are you a champion?

15 December, 2017

The City of Edinburgh Council has been given Scottish Government funding to deliver a Participatory Budgeting Champions Programme and is inviting expressions of interest from people who would be interested in learning more about PB and then sharing that knowledge with others.

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