An Economy Strategy to build on Edinburgh’s success to tackle inequality and poverty in the Capital, was published by the City of Edinburgh Council today (Friday, 12 January).
Part of the old tram depot on Leith Walk is to be brought back to life as a community and business hub, after a £1.3m funding injection from the Scottish Government and the City of Edinburgh Council.
A new energy services company (ESCo) for Edinburgh has moved closer to going live, boosting the Capital's ambition to become a leading sustainable city.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today (30 June) approved a report on the Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region Deal.
Building on the success of the Edinburgh 12, a new programme to catalyse development in the city is being launched by the City of Edinburgh Council today (Thursday, 23 June).
The Chancellor George Osborne today announced a City Region Deal for Edinburgh and South East Scotland.
Businesses from across Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland have today been urged to back a £1bn bid to accelerate growth across the region.
The Council has been ranked by the leading business publication, The European, as the FDI City of the Year in the Business and Finance Awards 2015 for investment potential and innovation.
Up to 30 new jobs are set to be created by businesses looking to expand, thanks to a proposal outlined in a report published by the City of Edinburgh Council today.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s Communications service has been named Outstanding In-House Public Relations Team by the country’s leading professional body for public relations.
Marshall Dallas has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC).
A jobs fair, organised by the City of Edinburgh Council, is being attended by 13 of the city’s leading technology companies including Skyscanner, in London tomorrow (Friday, 21 March).
The next phase of a major programme of investment into Leith Walk is set to move a step closer.
The Council has been asked to approve the award of a 10 year contract to bring free high-speed Wi-Fi to Edinburgh this summer.
Cllr Lewis welcomes media debate from The Scotsman, The Herald, and Evening News and academic insight from Edinburgh Napier University’s journalism department
Rugby fans heading to watch Scotland in the 2014 RBS Six Nations this weekend are being advised to take note of traffic and travel information.
A joint plan between the police and Trading Standards' officers to target rogue traders has led to consumers in Edinburgh saving nearly £55,000.
Plans to deliver new classrooms to deal with the issue of rising rolls in the capital have been revealed by the City of Edinburgh Council.
A new campaign designed to attract families and shoppers back into the city centre of Edinburgh was launched today.
Edinburgh will celebrate ten years of Fairtrade status today by linking live to fellow Fairtrade City, Cardiff.
The City of Edinburgh Council has suspended the licence for the DJ Hardwell Dance Event at the Royal Highland Showground tomorrow night (Saturday, 8th February). The event will not now go ahead.
Edinburgh has been ranked the top mid-sized city in Europe overall in fDi magazine’s European Cities and Regions of the Future 2014/15 awards.
Three enterprising apprentices at the City of Edinburgh Council have been recruited as scholars on a programme in memory of Cllr Tom Buchanan.
Companies are being invited to bid for a contract worth up to £2bn to support the delivery of the City of Edinburgh Council’s ICT and digital services.
A proposal to remove saunas and massage premises from the list of premises that require a Public Entertainment Licence will be considered by councillors at the Regulatory Committee.
The first phase of a pilot project which will see traders presenting their bins for collection at specific times of the day has begun in Edinburgh’s city centre today [20 January].
Ambitious plans for Edinburgh's transport future were given the green light today.
We are currently experiencing intermittent problems with calls to the Council's contact centre.
Construction jobs may peak at 250 on one of Scotland's biggest building projects.