Edinburgh, Scotland, UK 22 August 2018. City Chambers offices. Campaigners against a proposed £50 million development in Leith handed in a petition with more than 10,000 signatures to the city council’s planning committee at the City Chambers on the Royal Mile. 'Save Leith Walk' is a grassroots public campaign to prevent the demolition of the 1930s sandstone building and influence what is built on the site.

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Edinburgh, Scotland, UK 22 August 2018. City Chambers offices. Campaigners against a proposed £50 million development in Leith handed in a petition with more than 10,000 signatures to the city council’s planning committee at the City Chambers on the Royal Mile. 'Save Leith Walk' is a grassroots public campaign to prevent the demolition of the 1930s sandstone building and influence what is built on the site. To help develop an alternative design for the site that can really help Leith Walk regain its status as a unique and vibrant part of our national identity. The historic sandstone frontage is an iconic part of Leith walk that many Leithers would like to see retained. Also pictured, Leader of Edinburgh Council Adam McVey, Leith Ward, SNP Group Party.

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