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Dean Valley Path use survey from Dean Valley Regeneration Ltd, have your say, if you wish

Dean Valley Regeneration Ltd is a local charity to Edinburgh lobbying for the renovation of the council owned land within the Dean Valley and its popular shared walkway along the Water of Leith from Stockbridge to Dean Village.  It also includes renovation of those pieces of abandoned land next to Stockbridge and along the river side.
We are conducting a survey of cyclists who use the walkway over the next couple of months. Please would you promote this amongst your friends through Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets.
The path through the Dean Valley forms part of the Council’s planned ‘QuietRoutes’ network of cycle routes across the city. This aims to provide a network of routes that are suitable for less-confident / less-experienced cyclists and is a key part of the Council’s ‘Active Travel Action Plan 2010-2020’ (originally referred to as the ‘Family Network’). In addition, the path is also an important part of the city’s Core Paths network.

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