Portobello is set to become the Capital’s must-visit destination this summer for ‘staycation’ Brits following the announcement of two projects that will provide a boost to local business and tourism.
An innovative new scheme helping offenders break the cycle of crime and providing free bikes for the community is being launched in the Capital today (30 May).
The development which includes Edinburgh’s first new Council homes for a generation has won a prestigious national housing award.
With forecasters predicting a warm weekend, the Council is reminding residents to help keep our parks, beaches and green spaces looking beautiful for the enjoyment of all.
As Foster Care Fortnight draws to a close, the City of Edinburgh Council is on target to increase the number of carers needed this year to help look after some of the city’s most vulnerable children.
A pioneering service from the City of Edinburgh Council providing breaks for carers has been short listed for a major Scottish care award.
A review carried out by the City of Edinburgh Council into bus lane enforcement has concluded that the scheme will continue to operate but will be altered.
The plan to kick start the renaissance of the popular Union Canal won a prestigious national waterways award last night (23 May).
Edinburgh Looked After Children are set to receive a brand new book every month, until they are five, as part of a city wide initiative to support children in the City of Edinburgh’s care.
The City of Edinburgh Council has formally appointed committee conveners at its meeting of all councillors today.