Planning

DIGITAL FINGERPRINTS ON ADVERTISING CONSULTATION

City of Edinburgh Council seeks the public’s views on outdoor advertising. Its online consultation pages – with six multiple-choice questions and space for additional comments – will remain OPEN HERE until 14 September. 

The subject has arisen as CEC reviews planning guidelines on ‘what types of outdoor advertising are acceptable [and] where it is suitable’. 

COUNCIL BACKS HISTORIC SETTINGS

Edinburgh Council’s Development Management Subcommittee has reached decisions on two local cases highlighted by the Spurtle in recent months. 

The first concerns a retrospective application by Notemachine UK Ltd to postion a new ATM in the window of Lifestyle Express at Category B-listed 20 Broughton Street (see Breaking news, 11.4.18). 

This application was refused and enforced because:

SAD TIMES IN THE CITY

 CANONMILLS CAMPAIGNERS CALL IT A DAY 

Organisers of the campaign to save 1-6 Canonmills Bridge (the former Earthy shop) issued a statement to supporters this morning. 

It’s the end of the road. This particular battle is lost. 

The news will come as a major disappointment for many. But this was still a valiant fight for local values and planning democracy, and locals involved can certainly take pride in their determination and resourcefulness.

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