Calls have been made for residents to have a say in the future of Queensferry.
Over the next two weeks, meetings will be held in the town on key issues which impact on the town.
The first of these is a public meeting on the redevelopment of the former Agilent site at Scotstoun while the other relates to a public consultation on the nomination of the Forth Bridge to World Heritage Status.
The proposals for up to 450 homes at Agilent can be viewed at Queensferry High School today (Friday) from 3-7pm and tomorrow (Saturday), from 10am-2pm.
Consultation for World Heritage status will be held in the Rosebery Hall on Tuesday, July 2, from 3-5pm.
Keith Giblett, Queensferry Community Council chairman said: “Both issues are key to Queensferry and we urge residents to be involved. We also seek views on the World Heritage nomination, and how best to maximise the potential benefits it could bring.”