Representing Our Community

Your Community Councillors

Community Councillors are local elected volunteers who act on the best interests of the community. They can take part in activities that might benefit their area and organise campaigns to create awareness on local issues. Community Councils have a statutory right to be consulted on planning issues, meaning that they are notified of any local planning issues and are given the opportunity to respond to the plans.

 

Community Councillors are elected for a three year term, the last election being held in May 2017. The maximum membership of each Community Council is set by the City of Edinburgh Council. For Craigmillar Community Council, sixteen local representatives may be elected and eight representatives from local groups or organisations, taking the total membership to twenty-four.

 CCC boundary

The Craigmillar Community Council boundary.

 

Craigmillar Community Council still has a few spaces available for local representatives and for organisations. You must live within the Craigmillar Community Council area (see map) and be over the age of sixteen. If you are interested in joining then please get in touch by visiting our contact page.

 

Your current Community Councillors are:

John Clark Chair
Eric Carlin Secretary
Janice Myerthall Treasurer
Mark McArthur  
Norman Davies  
Jennifer Glover  
John Harvey  
Ishrat Measom  
Marlena Lubniewska  
James Old  
Heather Henderson  
Nelson Johnstone  
Darren King  
  Caring in Craigmillar
Barbara McLuckie Newcraighall Tenants & Residents Group
Elizabeth Haggart Craigmillar Castle Regeneration Group
Neighbourhood Alliance Minute Secretary (non voting)

Interested in helping out? Then why not get in touch to find out more.