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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Agenda for Community Council Meeting - 7:30pm on We 27 Feb


Marchmont & Sciennes Community Council will meet on: 

January 23rd 2013 at 7.30 PM 

at St Catherine's Argyle Church Halls, Beaufort Road


Please Note: This meeting will be in the Large Hall



A G E N D A

1 Sederunt and apologies


3 Matters arising from the minutes, including: planning, police priorities, Civic Trust nomination, HMOs, Road works South Meadow Walk, Lothian Buses, Craiglockhart, Planning application withdrawn

4 Matters for Information, including
            Royal Mail sorting office,  Property maintenance meeting 28.2.13 Royal Garden Party

5 Police Report including: Police National Strategic Plan

6 Neighbourhood Partnership Report (AP) including: Transport Strategy, City Centre Posters, Community Safety event, Public Urination


8 Planning matters


10 MABLAG

8pm

11            Meeting to discuss pressure to increase James Gillespie's Primary intake
(with JG Primary School Council)
·                John  Beattie, JGPS Council
·                Lindsay Glasgow, Service Manager Asset Planning CEC,
·                Paul Godzik Convenor for Education, Children and Families
followed by questions   

12  Any other competent business,

13  Date of next meeting: March 27th 2013

2 comments:

Martin Coton said...

Can you post some content relating to HMO density within Marchmont?

ajvphilp said...

A report from the HMO sub group is being prepared. The report is on the work of the HMO sub group and contains a summary of recent data issues, data on hmo concentrations and complaints. The data has been compiled for the HMO Short Life Working Group, a group formed by the Council to address HMO issues and gives numbers according to Wards - the most relevant for our Community Council being Meadows/Morningside ( which includes Marchmont) and Southside/Newington which have the highest concentration to HMOs.

The full report should be available after the next meeting. If you have a particular interest or concern you might find it useful to attend the meeting and make contact with members of the sub group.