Stakeholder Workshop 13th November 2017 – Summary of Key Points Raised QUESTION 1 We know that a high quality public realm encourages greater levels of footfall and increased demand from traders to locate into these spaces. Q1. How accessible, safe and attractive do you think Edinburgh’s streets are for all users? Too much clutter Read more about Working Together to Make our Streets Accessible & Attractive for All[…]
This Edinburgh Napier University report’s main objectives were to create a marketing plan with the aim of promoting Corstorphine as a flourishing enterprise area and to consider the development of a marketing campaign to promote Corstorphine, its consumers and businesses. This report is a 49 page written summary available as DOWNLOAD.
Corstorphine Placemaking Exercise Graphic Results are available here Corstorphine Placemaking Exercise Online Results are available here
Update on previous issues raised: Missing bus shelters have been replaced. Featherhall hedge still to be cut. Tree pit outside Guitar Guitar still to be cleared. Other notices/concerns raised: South Beechwood residents contacted Councillor Ross with concerns regarding two years’ work on care home, which is to commence immediately. Living Landscape consultation to be moved Read more about Councillor’s Report – Councillor Frank Ross[…]