The Trust is supporting University of Strathclyde PhD Architecture Callum Rae’s research into the varying attitudes to energy consumption present in communities with varying degrees of urbanisation. We would ask you to complete his online survey to help him with his research before the closing date on 6th of July. We hope you are as interested as we are to find out what new insights this research will illuminate.
We shall be present in the form of a stall at the Queen’s Baton Relay event on Linlithgow Peel on Sunday 15th June. Why not take a break from the excitement of the Commonwealth Games to drop by for a chat with our lovely board members about how we can help to improve Linlithgow? We would love to meet you and hear your ideas if you can spare a moment between 10:30 and 14:00.
Below are the draft plans for the Kettilstoun scheme. These are not the final plans but give an idea as to what kinds of facilities can be expected to be included in the final plans and an idea of the possible layout of the site. Click here to view a larger copy of the original PDF document. Please let us know your thoughts on the draft plans by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tomorrow (Saturday 26th April) will see a public consultation regarding the Kettilstoun Project at the Burgh Halls from 10am-12pm. The plans shall be on display for the general public to comment on and raise any concerns. Come along to find out more and voice your opinion.
LCDT’s AGM will be upon us soon.
Queen Margaret Hall, Blackness Road is booked for 2pm on 15th March, and everyone is welcome to attend.
We are looking for new members to join the trust and for some new people to join the board of trustees too.
At the AGM, we’ll start with a display of projects/ideas. Some we are developing at good pace, with the support of local organisations, and others just ideas to explore with our members to see what they think.
The majority of the time will be given to giving a progress report on the Kettilstoun sports project. To hear your views.
We’ll also chat about community hubs, community energy, play parks, etc.
At the AGM, formal matters will be managed in terms of board members stepping down, being re-elected, new trustees, etc.
Ultimately this is a community company, run by local people, for local people. We need your support and encouragement to continue to do great things in our community and to re-invest any profits or benefit back into our community.
If you are interested in being a trustee and on the board, then please contact our Chair, Gillian Fawcitt.
We are now undertaking a survey of residents and local organisations to help shape the Community Trust’s strategy for the next few years.
- Surveys have now closed.
For the launch event, we produced a short video encapsulating some of the ideas from different people in our community.
The ideas are only tasters of the many possible projects which LCDT could get involved in.
Many thanks to all who helped in producing the film and participating in it.
Welcome to the website for our new Linlithgow Community Development Trust.
Are have set up various social media services so we can best communicate with our on-line audience including Twitter & Facebook. We are also creating a newsletter using MailChimp.com
We are an independent community-led organisation. Membership comes from the local area and all projects and benefits are done for an invested in for the community. To vote, all you need to do is become a member. Membership is free and liability is restricted to £1.00 should the trust need to be wound up.
Membership forms are now available. See the menu link on the website to Join.