By Fiona Pringle
A WEEKEND open air street, food and drinks market in the yard of a Ukrainian Church in Dalmeny Street has been shut down after councillors refused an application to allow it to continue operating.
The Leith venture, held on Saturdays and Sundays, has been running since August last year but an enforcement order was issued in November forcing organisers to apply for planning permission.Eight councillors voted in agreement with council planners to throw out the proposal on the basis that noise and the smell from cooking food would impact negatively on neighbours.Billed as Leith’s alternative outdoor weekend destination, visitors enjoyed street food, live music, drinks, art and films in the unused space to the east if the church and next to arts venue Out Of The Blue drill hall.
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