Thousands of people are expected to gather in Edinburgh's city centre tomorrow (Saturday 26 June 2010) to pay tribute to the Armed Forces.
Statement from Councillor Phil Wheeler, Convenor of the Finance and Resources committee.
The following opinion piece appeared in yesterday’s Edinburgh Evening News:
People with learning disabilities are being invited to help shape some of the services they receive in the Capital over the next decade.
Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) is ready to deliver a £2.45bn economic boost for Edinburgh and Scotland if City of Edinburgh Councillors sign off a revised business case for expansion next week.
The following article appeared in the Summer edition of the Council’s newspaper, Outlook.
The Council budget for 2010/11 is £1,038.2 million. Council Tax makes up 22 per cent (£226.9m) of this, with 60 per cent coming from Government grants and 18 per cent from non-domestic rates.
People in Edinburgh are being asked by the Council to help shape future services in the area through an unprecedented engagement programme which was announced today (Friday, 18 June).
Insurance company Aviva has published a study showing that, of the UK’s 10 largest cities, Edinburgh residents are the happiest.
Jenny Dawe, Leader of the City of Edinburgh Council, officially opened the Urban Room last night.