- Who Controls Dunbar?
- Response to Dunbar Traffic Regulation Order Proposals
- RESIDENTIAL PARKING FOR ABBEYLANDS: KEEP THE CUL DE SAC QUIET & SAFE
- Abbey Church Dunbar: Listed building consent appeal rejected
- Add your comments to the Dunbar traffic regulation order Wiki Map
- Fixmystreet.com versus East Lothian Council’s problem reporting system
- Dunbar Trades Association AGM Tuesday 12th March 2013 Royal Mac 6:30pm
- Proposed Waiting and Loading Restrictions in Dunbar ensure High Street is Resident Parking-Free Zone
- 8 things to improve the shopping experience in Dunbar
- 8 things that would make Dunbar High Street more welcoming to locals and visitors alike
Category Archives: News
If you’ve ever visited Dunbar in the summer, you’ll know it is the resident gull population that is in control. Local Dunbar residents share their tight living spaces with a small but significant colony of nesting gulls, which in some previous years have bred rather too successfully.
Gulls are a nuisance, not so much because they [...]
I welcome that the council is consulting on these proposals.
I have made comprehensive comments on the specific consultation questions and expressed a range of concerns about the proposals – sketchy though they are – first outlined in the Cabinet paper dated 29 March 2011. I have annotated a dynamic map with additional commentary and thoughts here:
[ June 17, 2013; ] [update: 70+ positive responses so far, never knew so many lived within just 100 yards!]
Petition to formalise residential parking and establish an attractive street scheme in the Abbeylands cul de sac. We residents of South High Street and Abbeylands, Dunbar request that the long term car parking be retained in the cul de sac and [...]
Graeme Armet recently obtained planning permission to modify the Abbey Church Dunbar and convert it into a 5 bed-roomed home late in 2012, but it was a painful and tortuous process. Yet receiving the planning permission turned out to be a pyrrhic victory as there was another more substantial hurdle to surmount, the refusal of [...]