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  • Join the East Lothian Citizens' Panel

    East Lothian Citizens' Panel - Want to have your say? Join the Panel today! The East Lothian Citizens' Panel is an important way for services such as the Council, NHS, Fire & Rescue Service and Police to gather feedback from residents. As a Citizens' Panel member you will be invited to... More
    Opened 14 September 2016
  • East Lothian Primary Care Improvement Plan

    East Lothian’s Primary Care Improvement Plan was developed in collaboration with primary care professionals, primary care representatives, stakeholders, service managers, the third sector and planners. It aims to develop a model of care which: Develops a multidisciplinary team approach to... More
    Opened 1 May 2018
  • Dunbar North 20mph speed limit consultation

    Following requests from community groups, and after a trial period in 2015, East Lothian Council introduced permanent 20pmh speed limits on residential streets in Dunbar between the A1 and the railway line (except Kellie Road and Spott Road). A further 20mph speed limit trial was introduced... More
    Opened 5 August 2019
  • East Lothian Council, Various Streets, Pencaitland, Prohibition & Restriction on Waiting, Loading & Unloading, etc, Consolidated Order 2018

    East Lothian Council gives notice of its intention to introduce & change waiting restrictions at various locations in Pencaitland to control indiscriminate parking. Further details, including how to submit any objections you may have, are available at the Tell me Scotland website below. More
    Opened 23 August 2019
  • Supported Bus Routes Consultation

    East Lothian Council subsidises a number of bus services on routes where no alternative route exists, and where commercial bus operators would not be able to cover their costs if they delivered a service. Where a need is identified, the Council may subsidise a commercial operator to cover a whole... More
    Opened 9 September 2019
  • East Lothian Council Gaelic Language Plan 2019-2024

    East Lothian Council has prepared a draft Gaelic Language Plan within the framework of the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005. The draft Plan sets out how we will use Gaelic in the operation of our functions, how we will enable the use of Gaelic when communicating with the public and key... More
    Opened 17 September 2019
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