9 issues which Edinburgh council wants your opinion on, including transport strategy and new schools

Several consultations on key issues affecting Edinburgh’s future development will close within the next few weeks –but there is still time for people to have their say.

Plans for big changes in how people travel around the city, proposals for a new high school in Kirkliston and a new primary in Greendykes, as well as the regeneration of Granton waterfront and new rules about houses in multiple occupation – all are matters which the public is being invited to comment on before final decisions are made.

The council’s consultations on the two new schools end this week and several others within a week or two, but online questionnaires on the council’s consultation hub make it easy to respond to the proposals. And there are more consultations which people can take part in on there too.

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