Reimagining Murrayburn, Hailesland and Dumbryden - People and Places

Closed 12 Dec 2021

Opened 17 Nov 2021


Community engagement is fundamental to the success of the project. Feedback received will inform the designs to ensure the proposals reflect the needs and aspirations of the local community.

In this first stage of community consultation, a Family Fun Day event will be held at the Murrayburn Greenway on 20th November 2021. The event will be an opportunity for local residents to communicate their views on the existing estate and share their ideas on what improvements they would like to see as part of the project. Highlights of the event include free food and drink, a play workshop for children and a free prize draw for completing the survey.

If you are unable to attend the event but would still like the opportunity to contribute to the consultation, please complete this survey.

What happens next

Atkins will use the information provided via the Family Fun Day and the Survey to inform their designs and produce some concept proposals. Stage 2 of the consultation process will see residents invited to view and comment on the proposals which will assist with further design development. We expect to have proposals prepared in the first half of next year.


  • Community Fun & Consultation Event

    From 20 Nov 2021 at 11:00 to 20 Nov 2021 at 15:00

    Come along and have your say in
    shaping your neighbourhood.

    We are developing proposals to improve your public
    spaces within within the Murrayburn, Hailesland &
    Dumbryden estates. We want to hear your thoughts
    and ideas on what changes you would like to see.

    • Free food and drink
    • Drop in play workshop for children
    • Free prize draw for taking part in the consultation.


  • Natural neighbourhood area - Dumbryden
  • Natural neighbourhood area - Wester Hailes
  • Neigbourhood Partnership - South West


  • Anyone from any background


  • Children and Families
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Cycling and walking
  • Parking spaces
  • Public Transport
  • Roads and pavements
  • Commercial bins and recycling
  • Non-commercial bins and recycling
  • Community planning
  • Biodiversity
  • Nature
  • Council and housing association homes
  • Council homes
  • Arts and culture
  • Parks and green spaces
  • Sport, activities and dance
  • Area regeneration
  • Public space