A new scheme to help residents park closer to their homes in south Morningside may soon be introduced following a consultation with local residents.
Following a week of dressing and perfecting their shop fronts, Leith businesses have pulled out all the stops in their efforts to impress for the competition to be the first Leith Shop Idol.
Today (17 February) the Lord Provost was joined by members of the community to celebrate the official opening of the new £5.7 million Drumbrae Library Hub.
Regular parking promotions and a series of special events were just some of the business-boosting initiatives discussed at a meeting with West End Traders last night.
The quality of Edinburgh’s parks and greenspaces has been recognised with a gold award at last night’s COSLA Excellence Awards (16 February).
A new future for Edinburgh’s libraries is to be decided next week following a consultation with almost 10,000 people.
It was announced today that the much anticipated reopening to the public of the Royal Commonwealth Pool is set for Wednesday 21st March 2012.
Scotland’s most historic street – the Royal Mile – is to be given a fresh look in time for Spring to improve the look and feel of the area for residents and visitors alike.
New on-street bike storage is set to be trialled in up to six Edinburgh streets to see if it helps encourage more people to take to two wheels.
The first lecture of the 2012 Edinburgh Lectures twentieth anniversary series, ‘Extraordinary Feats, Extraordinary People’, is due to kick-off next Monday (20 February).