At each month’s council meeting councillors have the opportunity of posing questions to Conveners for written answer. This month there are 33 questions on a variety of matters.

The questions and answers are now published on the council website and we publish them below.

Subjects range from detailed drawings of the central site at Picardy Place, cleanliness champions, manholes and utility covers installed on Trams to Newhaven project, budget proposals, people who were decanted from Fountainbridge in 2019 and who have not been allowed back to their homes, historic child abuse as far as it concerns the council, allegations of safeguarding failures, Thriving Greenspace, the number of empty council homes, pedestrian crossing on Clermiston Road, on street assessment of shoogly pavements, bin collections, hot meals served on the days the council meets, the problems of GPS and Greenside Lane, speed limits in the west of the city, enquiries to the Advice Shop about heating and energy, Braidburn Pool, Education Welfare Officers, the legal process for double yellow lines, Spaces for People, homelessness, and noisy bin hubs.

Members of the public can attend the City Chambers to watch meetings in person or watch proceedings either live or recorded by clicking here. And it is also possible for additional questions to be asked during the meeting.

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