Corstorphine Library Update

Although the council has been working on getting libraries ready for reopening in line with appropriate tiers, Corstorphine Library remains shut and a planned refurbishment is now in process.

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Corstorphine High Street

After a spate of road traffic accidents and near-misses on Corstorphine High St, the pavements there are to be widened as part of the Council’s Spaces for People programme.

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Council Services Update

Many Council services are affected by lockdown restrictions.

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Recycling Christmas Trees

If you have had a real Christmas tree, then you can get it collected by the Council for recycling into compost.

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Corstorphine Businesses

A group of businesses in Corstorphine have got together to support and promote the local business community.

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Ravelston Dykes Roadworks

Work to replace old gas mains pipelines restarts in January.

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CityFibre Update

The roll-out of full-fibre digital infrastructure across Edinburgh (and other cities) has been causing problems for residents.

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Living Landscapes Consultation

An online public consultation has begun on the Living Landscapes Programme. This is the strategy of leaving some areas of the city's parks and green spaces to grow more naturally than before.

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Christmas Fair at St Ninian's Church

There will be a Christmas Fair at St. Ninian’s Church, Corstorphine, on Saturday 23 November from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Enter from St. John’s Road or St. Ninian’s Road.

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Ellersly Road improvements

Local councillor Gillian Gloyer is working with Murrayfield Community Council to make Ellersly Road safer for pedestrians. Last
August, members of the Community Council and council officers identified several measures which could be implemented
quickly and would make the narrow pavements much less cluttered.

They included simple things like removing redundant road signs and moving others. In the longer-term, the pavements could be widened and engineering solutions found, to calm the heavy volumes of traffic which use Ellersly Road at certain times of day.

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