Edinburgh Licensing Board – consultation on amplified music in licensed premises

The City Council Licensing Board are seeking the views of the public on amplified music in licensed premises.

Overview
Edinburgh Licensing Board has agreed to consult on the terms of its current policy on amplified music in licensed premises. The Board was asked to consider amending the policy, as set out in a detailed recommendation from the Edinburgh Licensing Forum.

The terms of the Board’s current policy on amplified music have been the subject of much discussion, including meetings hosted by the City of Edinburgh Council, and particularly its Culture and Sports Committee. That committee agreed to set up a working group called Music is Audible, which made a presentation to the Edinburgh Licensing Forum.

Why We Are Consulting
The Edinburgh Licensing Board sits separately from the Council. The Board is the licensing authority for premises selling alcohol in its geographical area. The Board has to agree a Statement of Licensing Policy which sets out how it will consider applications for licensed premises in its area, and all associated matters.

This consultation has been requested by the Edinburgh Licensing Forum, which has asked the Board to consider a particular amendment to its existing policy, relating to amplified music in licensed premises – i.e. live and recorded music, transmitted through loudspeakers.

Please send email responses to: LiquorLicensing@edinburgh.gov.uk

Please sent postal responses, marked “Licensing Board Consultation”, to:
Licensing, City of Edinburgh Council, 249 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1YJ

https://consultationhub.edinburgh.gov.uk/cg/edinburgh-licensing-board-consultation-on-amplifie/consultation

 

 

 

Leithers don’t litter Clean Up At The Shore, Sunday 1st May 11 to 12pm

Leathers don’t litter have organised another clean

The next clean up around the Shore is on 1st May.

One of their supporters suggested that in the tourist season we have monthly clean ups around The Shore, from Sandport Place Bridge to Ocean Drive. These will be short, 1-hour litterpicks always on the first Sunday of each month from April to September. Please bring your litterpicker with you. We’ll bring bin bags. Meeting point is The Shore at Sandport Place Bridge.

Restalrig Road and Railway Path Cleanup 30th April 12 to 2pm

Starting from the Seafield end of the path this time as we didn’t manage to clear that end last time. Please come along if you can, and invite/share this event. The council will discuss health & safety matters, bring bags, gloves & pickers, but feel free to bring your own also. The weather looks good for us, we may even need sun protection😉
Posters will go up in the area shortly. Hope to see you there!

Leith Links Community Council, Monday 25th April

After our successful interim elections period we now have a functioning Community Council again.

Our next meeting takes place on Monday, 25th April at 7pm in Leith Community Centre.

If you live in the Leith Links area we would pleased to see you.

LLCC mins 290216 pdf LLCC 25 April 16 pdf

Proposal of Application Notice – 9-21 Salamander Place, Leith,

If you didn’t manage to get along to the exhibition on Tuesday, 22 March I’ve attached the information which was supplied by the developer for  you to look at now for the proposed housing project at Salamander Place. This large scale development will take several years to complete and could become the home to approx 2500 new Leithers. Any new development is welcomed but safeguards have to be put in place to guarantee new residents have access to necessary infrastucture like school places and doctors which are currently under pressure.

E15103 Salamander – Public Consultation Boards

Leith Links Community Council

Nominations for the interim election of community councillors closed on 30th March and I’m happy to  tell you that we now have a community council for Leith Links again. Thank you to Linda Hutton, Adrian Graham, Phil Attridge and Michael Traill for coming forward to help us. We will all work together to try to make things better in your area.