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The Council is to continue talks with the Government and local government umbrella body COSLA over a funding shortfall for the 2nd and 3rd phases of flood prevention works on the Water of Leith.
Improvements to how bus lanes are managed in the city are set to be introduced following a review of the first few months of camera enforcement.
Initiatives to make Edinburgh a better city for ‘active travel’ will be considered by councillors next week, with an outline of how the council’s transport budget is to be spent on cycling.
Extra staff and equipment have been allocated to Leith to help improve results of street cleaning surveys.
Carers in the capital are set to benefit from a package of measures designed to give them extra support under plans being considered by the City of Edinburgh Council.
A task force to bring privately-owned empty homes back into use in the capital is being set up by the City of Edinburgh Council.
A week-long event at Edinburgh's Corn Exchange is aiming to reduce the number of young people killed or injured on the capital's roads.
Irresponsible tenants who deliberately damage their homes may have to pay for repairs under proposals being considered by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Sir Chris Hoy will be awarded the Freedom of the City of Edinburgh on Sunday, 16 September.