Following their inaugural meeting on 29 November, opponents of the Council’s proposed Picardy Place gyratory have issued a manifesto.
The two-page document aims to inform people across Edinburgh, and provides links and addresses to facilitate their response to the Council consultation which ends on Friday 15 December.
The Picardy Group’s reasons for opposing the gyratory are briefly:
Activists, stakeholders and concerned locals opposed to the City of Edinburgh Council’s latest plans for Picardy Place will meet this evening.
The idea is to establish priorities and discuss the best way to promote practical alternatives to the current proposal on offer in advance of the Transport and Environment Committee meeting on 15 January.
This is a closed, planning meeting. Further details will follow. For information, contact: email@example.com
IT LOOKS LIKE A GYRATORY. IT OPERATES AS A GYRATORY. IT'S STILL A GYRATORY
Today consultations continue over the future layout of Picardy Place.
Members of the public are invited to attend an event at the City Art Centre between 10am and 7pm, or another tomorrow at Broughton St Mary’s Church on Bellevue Crescent from 3pm till 7pm.
THREE EVENTS, MANY MISGIVINGS
City of Edinburgh Council has announced times and venues for further consultation on the future design of Picardy Place.
‘Stakeholders’ will attend (by invitation only) an event in the City Chambers on 20 November.
Members of the public can go along to either an event at the City Art Centre on 21 November (10am–7pm) or another at Broughton St Mary’s Church in Bellevue Crescent on 22 November (3pm–7pm).