North Cairntow Travellers site

  1. North Cairntow Gypsy/Traveller Site - Proposed Transfer to Housing Revenue Account 2. Executive Summary 2.1 The Housing service has been working with the residents of the North Cairntow Gypsy/Traveller site to improve the site since 2017 and a final design has been agreed for a redevelopment of the site. This report seeks approval for the site t
  2. 3.1 The Traveller site at North Cairntow was built in 1984 and consists of 20 pitches , serviced by 10 semi-detached utility blocks which each contain a kitchen, shower and toilet. 3.2 The current accommodation on the site needs to be modernised to provide better accommodation and to improve the experience of living on site through the upgrad
  3. imum standards as set out by the Scottish Government
  4. Cathy, a resident at North Cairntow traveller's site near Edinburgh, cooking on a stove (Image: Daily Record). In March, TV presenter Jeremy Clarkson was cleared by the BBC Trust over his use of.

Gypsy Traveller sites - mygov

Edinburgh has just one official site for gypsies and travellers, which is operated by the city council at North Cairntow, Duddingston, and has just 20 pitches They do not manage the site on behalf of the Council but run the site as a commercial enterprise. The majority of the site is used as a commercial caravan park but a specified part of the site (10 pitches) and related amenities are for the exclusive use of Gypsy/ Travellers. The site is open from April to September each year. The current lease. The site is located within Duddingston Conservation Area. It is bounded by the Braid Burn to the North, beyond which is Duddingston House and the Duddingston Golf Course. The southern boundary of the site is formed by the Innocent Cycle Path (former railway line) and the North Cairntow Travellers Site. Site History 7.2 North Cairntow Travellers Site - presentation by Libby Strong, Housing Operations Manager, North East Locality 7.3 Portobello and London Road Street Audit (POLO) - presentation by Darren Ryan, Transport & Environment Manager, North East Locality 7.4 Magdalene Matters - presentation by Susan Carr, Project Manager Gypsy/Traveller site provision in Scotland. Two of the areas highlighted by the EOC were the poor quality of some Gypsy/Traveller sites, and the need for site tenants to have consistent tenancy agreements across the country. The Gypsy/Traveller Site Working Group was formed in 2014, which provided the Scottish Government with expert advice an

The information on housing, people, culture, employment and education that is displayed about North Cairntow, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH16 4AX is based on the last census performed in the UK in 2011. They are performed once every 10 years. Please note: census information may include figures for adjacent streets and postcodes Investment in North East Locality 4.13 Construction is now underway for 40 new social rent homes at Bingham Avenue, following a site start in autumn 2020, with completion expected in the first half of 2021. 4.14 At Powderhall, the construction of a new early years centre, with older persons housing above, will commence later this year following. Members of Kelbie's family - some of whom live in the North Cairntow gipsy travellers' site in Craigmilla­r - l ast night said neither the ex-boxer nor his wife wanted to comment on his early release. Senior official sources last night confirmed Kelbie had been freed but a Scottish Prison Service spokesman said: 'We do not comment on.

Heriot Watt Student & Advice Centre. LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing. Police Scotland. Multi Cultural Family Base. North Cairntow Gypsy Traveller Site. Pilmeny Development Project. Saheliya. Salvation Army. Shakti Women's Aid The average house price in North Cairntow, Edinburgh EH16 4AX is £244,341. Find average house prices, current average values and other historic property data with the UK's largest data-driven property portal At present, Scottish councils provide around 500 pitches for Gypsy and Traveller communities across 32 sites. Most council sites are open all year round, although a few councils (for example, in the Highlands and Aberdeenshire) operate seasonal sites to deal with an increased need for pitches during the summer CCS Framework journey underway with contract award. 26th February 2021 in Frameworks, Latest Projects. We are extremely pleased to announce our appointment by The City of Edinburgh Council to undertake the redevelopment of the Travellers' Site at North Cairntow. The £3.8m contract was secured on the basis of best value, following a. Wonder no more, but visit the web-pages of NE locality committee! You'll find, for example, what the locality committee's meeting on 4 September covered: North Cairntow Travellers Site - presentation by Libby Strong, Housing Operations Manager, North East Locality. Portobello and London Road Street Audit (POLO) - presentation by Darren.

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EH16 4AX is a primarily residential postcode in Duddingston, Edinburgh. It was first introduced in June 1984. The most common council tax band is A. The average commercial rateable value is £1,750. The most common recorded business type is Office. EH16 4AX is in the Edinburgh travel to work area TRANSPORT bosses have been criticised by the country's Equality and Human Rights Commission after taking a series of measures to prevent travelling people stopping at a city park and ride facility A STOW mum has this week relived the nightmare of being raped and molested as a child by her businessman uncle. Tracy Brown, 40, who runs the Springbank Tearooms in the village, hopes that by waiving her right to anonymity she will encourage other victims of sex abusers - and of John McCallum in. (Okely, 1983: 88) (Figure 03: Plan of North Cairntow Gypsy Travellers' Site, Duddingston, site plan from City of Edinburgh Council, c1983) It is worth comparing this description to the Backcauseway drawing, and then to the Site Plan of the North Cairntow Gypsy Travellers' site (Fig. 3), provided by the city council in Edinburgh

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Edinburgh has just one official site for gypsies and travellers, at North Cairntow, Duddingston, with just 20 pitches. On several occasions over the past year, council bosses have sought court orders to move on travellers who have begun using park-and-ride sites. Source: Edinburgh Evening New SEARCH THE SITE. Or try the site map. News. Find out what's happening with Sharkey, our clients, projects and business initiatives. extremely pleased to announce our appointment by The City of Edinburgh Council to undertake the redevelopment of the Travellers' Site at North Cairntow Moved Permanently. The document has moved here 7. We visited Gypsy/Traveller sites in Edinburgh (North Cairntow), Dalkeith (Old Dalkeith Colliery), Perth (Double Dykes), Pitlochry (Bobbin Mill), Lochgilphead (Duncholgan) and Oban (Ledaig) prior to taking oral evidence in December 2012 and in January and February 2013

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7.13 - Award of Contract for Site Re-development Works at North Cairntow Traveller Site 7.14 - Award of Contract for Domestic Repair and Maintenance works to Council Properties 7.15 - Contract Award - Purchase and Refurbishment of Communal Bin Item 7.2 - North Cairntow Travellers Site - presentation by Libby Strong Watch video at 0:37:22. Share this agenda point Share video at 0:37:22. Cllr Maureen Child (Labour) Cllr Maureen Child (Labour) Watch video at 0:37:30. Share video at 0:37:30. Rachel Gentleman. Sharkey | 3,519 followers on LinkedIn. Built on character. | A private company, founded in 1969, Sharkey is a leading construction services provider. With a portfolio of work that ranges from.

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