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News from the Inverleith Society

Relevant news and updates as and when they happen

Canonmills Bridge Proposal Rejected

Canonmills Bridge – Council rejects proposal to demolish the building currently occupied by “Earthy”

After a public hearing at which the Inverleith Society gave evidence (along with other local organisations and local councillors) opposing both the demolition and the proposed new development, the City Council Development Management Committee has refused the application by the owners to demolish the building.

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Comments on Council Review of Conservation Area Appraisal

The Inverleith Society has written comments on the City of Edinburgh Council Review of the Inverleith Conservation Area Character Appraisal

You may read our comments here.

We encourage members who agree with our views to write to the Council to express their support for the Society's comments.

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Inverleith Conservation Area Review

A chance to comment on how the Council should apply conservation policy in our area

Members have an opportunity to contribute comments on the Council’s proposals for revision of a key planning document on the Inverleith Conservation Area. The Conservation Area Character Appraisal provides the main reference used to decide whether development proposals are compatible with conservation of the area’s character. 

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Public Hearing on Canonmills Bridge Redevelopment

Add your voice to the campaign to oppose demolition and re-development of the building occupied by “Earthy” on Canonmills Bridge.

There will be a public hearing on the application for demolition of the building on Canonmills Bridge on Wednesday 26 August in front of the Council’s Development Management Committee. The Society has been invited to give evidence and we will be re-stating our arguments for retention of the building.

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