This project is to find out what you think will make your voice more effective to engage and steer development in your Edinburgh neighbourhood. We’re exploring how both digital and online platforms can reach more people especially those who’ve been excluded in the past.
We need your help not just telling us what’s important in your neighbourhood, but where and why. Go to our Quality of Life maps. Show us what’s vital and a real asset to your neighbourhood. Tell us how well you think the consultation process works.
An urban room is a place people can use to have a part in redesigning and reimagining their city. Between 13 June and 9 July, with the kind support of the Moorgarth Group and PM+U we're at Waverley Market. Your group can book our space for an activity free of charge, and everyone’s welcome to and drop by and see our exhibition. See what’s on
We’ll also be coming to local neighbourhoods in Edinburgh. It will include a portable exhibition about the project and how the idea of 20 minute neighbourhoods will change the way we see our city. We’ll ask you to tell us about your area with our neighbourhood engagement mapping tool [help and advice will always be at hand]. >more information
We’re a Four Nations project called Community Consultation and Quality of Life. Our partners in Edinburgh include Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations’ Council, The City of Edinburgh Council and The Scottish Government. In Scotland we are proudly hosted by the University of Edinburgh.
#ourEdinburghneighbourhood is a project undertaken by the University of Edinburgh. We do not collect any personal details on this website. We do display external links to email and website that do collect personal information. >more information
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