Plea over lost ‘sentimental value’ item in the Bay

A member of the public has issued an appeal to residents over the loss of a watch.

Plea over lost ‘sentimental value’ item in the Bay

A member of the public has issued an appeal to residents over the loss of a watch. The gold watch was lost in Dalgety Bay on Saturday. The owner, who is desperate to be reunited with it, said the watch is of great sentimental value and has asked if it is found, that it is handed […]

Double yellow lines to go ahead, says council

Two streets in Dalgety Bay are to become 'no parking' zones.

Double yellow lines to go ahead, says council

Two streets in Dalgety Bay are to become ‘no parking’ zones. Fife Council has considered residents’ objections to the council’s plan to create parking restrictions on Couston Road. The South West Fife Area Committee discussed the objections submitted to the council, but after consideration it was been agreed that the waiting restrictions should go ahead. […]

Dempsey to stand as candidate in May’s council election

The Fife Conservative Party says it has selected its first tranche of candidates for next May’s Council Elections.

Dempsey to stand as candidate in May’s council election

The Fife Conservative Party says it has selected its first tranche of candidates for next May’s Council Elections. Dave Dempsey has been re-selected to stand for election to represent Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay. The council ward is expanding to take in his home village of North Queensferry. Dave said: “I’m delighted to have the opportunity to […]

Bay beach radiation public meetings to be held

Two public consultation events have been organised over Dalgety Bay's long-running radiation issue on the foreshore.

Bay beach radiation public meetings to be held

Two public consultation events have been organised over Dalgety Bay’s long-running radiation issue on the foreshore. Members of the South West Fife Area Committee were given updates from SEPA and the MoD, on the radiation works at a meeting. An Environmental Impact assessment has been submitted and it has highlighted that there is a lack of understanding by […]

Remembrance garden created on Ridgeway

A garden planting project by pupils of Dalgety Bay Primary School and a local business has been hailed as a "fantastic" community project.

Remembrance garden created on Ridgeway

A garden project by pupils of Dalgety Bay Primary School and a local business has been hailed as a “fantastic” community project. Peter Collins, who owns Lovely Trees, worked with pupils to create a garden of remembrance on Ridgeway in the Bay. Mr Collins said the final result was “pretty effective”.  He said: “Thank you […]

Airport flight path consultation had 5,000 responses

Airport flight path consultation had 5,000 responses

Edinburgh Airport has had over 5000 responses to its public consultation over the proposed changes to flight paths. The process closed on Monday after being extended for an extra week after hundreds of responses were lost due to a website technical hitch. Airport bosses said their consultation website had been viewed around 80,000 times. Resident […]

Edinburgh Airport loses flight path consultation responses

Dalgety Bay residents who took part in the online public consultation into the new Edinburgh Airport flight path will need to resubmit their comments. It comes after 200 responses to the consultation were lost. Edinburgh Airport has apologised for the blunder which happened during an upgrade its website. The airport has now extended the consultation […]

Edinburgh Airport users warned over roadworks disruption

Essential roadworks are planned on the M9 near Newbridge starting on 5 September for a period of approximately eight weeks. Road users are being given advance warning of potentially disruptive works on the M9 between the Almond river bridge and Junction 1A, approximately half a mile north of Newbridge roundabout. Traffic management will be in place for […]