Documents

Cycle Survey 2018

A survey of cyclists who use the walkway was conducted during April and May 2018. The survey was
conducted entirely online and advertised on the DVRL’s website, Facebook and Twitter. Local cycling
and community groups were also contacted via email.

Pedestrian traffic in Dean Valley Nov. 2017

Living Streets Scotland, a charity promoting safe everyday walking in the UK, installed automatic counters beside St Bernard's Well, in the heart of Dean Valley, to find out how many people use the walkway on a daily basis. This documents contains the numbers for November 2017.

Pedestrian traffic in Dean Valley August 2017

Living Streets Scotland, a charity promoting safe everyday walking in the UK, installed automatic counters beside St Bernard's Well, in the heart of Dean Valley, to find out how many people use the walkway on a daily basis. This documents contains the numbers for August 2017.

News and Events in North West

Edinburgh News and Events in Septmber and October

Pedestrian traffic in Dean Valley

Living Streets Scotland, a charity promoting safe everyday walking in the UK, installed automatic counters beside St Bernard's Well, in the heart of Dean Valley, to find out how many people use the walkway on a daily basis. This documents contains the numbers for September and December 2015, as well as March, June and August 2016.

Edinburgh Gardens and Squares Conference

The Scottish enlightenment manifested in the gardens and squares of Edinburgh's New Town. Brochure from The Garden History Society's successful and well received Edinburgh Conference, held on Friday 26 September 2014. Courtesy of The Garden History Society

Dean Valley maps and figures

Figure 1: Site boundary and garden areas. Figure 2: Principal features. Figure 3: Views and visual survey. Figure 4: Enclosures, walls, railings and fences. Figure 5: Paths and circulation. Figure 6: Conservation and management policies. Courtesy of Edinburgh World Heritage 

Historical maps of Dean Valley

Historical map 1: 1871 Robert Kirkwood, City of Edinburgh and environments. Historical map 2: 1851 Alfred Lancefield, Johnson's Plan of Edinburgh and Leith. Historical map 3: 1853 Ordnance Survey, 1st edition 1:500 scale. Historical map 4: 1896 Ordnance Survey, 1st edition 1:2500 scale. Courtesy of Edinburgh World Heritage

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