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Last December Winton Estate took members of East Lothian Council and local community leaders from Pencaitland, New Winton and Ormiston on a site visit of the estate. The primary role of that visit was to allow the Estate to demonstrate what it currently does to generate income and discuss ideas for ways it may be […]

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Last week contractors came to lay fresh tarmac at problem hotspots around Pencaitland. But some locals were concerned.

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As reported recently on this website, a number of residential roads around Pencaitland have fallen into very poor repair over the years. The good news is that some will shortly be tackled.

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East Lothian Council’s website has been rated as ‘four star’ in an independent survey of 433 local authority web services.

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East Lothian Council regularly calls for applications to each new round of its Civic Pride Fund. Applications are now being sought for 2013 funding.

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Following consultation last year, East Lothian Council’s transport team have begun making improvements to signage coming in & going out of Pencaitland.

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Pencaitland has seen its fair share of potholes and other pavement problems over the winter but thanks to email and the web it’s never been easier to report.

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A new website is attempting to help Scots band together to bulk buy energy and save money.

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East Lothian has a chequered history when it comes to public transport policy. In an effort to foster joined up thinking the new transport Convenor Michael Veitch initiated the East Lothian Bus Forum.

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East Lothian’s Arthur Greenan questions whether public access to land, enshrined in the Right to Roam legislation of 2003 is being applied in the county.

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