A key objective of the Edinburgh Economic Strategy is to boost employment. The recent improvement in the Scottish economy means that small businesses in Edinburgh will look to expand and recruit.
Edinburgh Housing Leader, Councillor Cammy Day joined members of the local community to visit the construction site of 34 new Council homes in Pilton.
Cllr Ian Perry, Convener of the Planning Committee, comments on the papers released today for Monday’s SESplan meeting.
Scottish Government minister Dr Alasdair Allan officially opened Edinburgh’s first dedicated Gaelic school, Bun-sgoil Taobh na Páirce, today (Wednesday 25 September).
The City of Edinburgh Council has published its draft budget for 2014/15 which is now available for residents and key stakeholders to give feedback on – five months ahead of proposals being finalised.
Underbelly and Unique Events, on behalf of the Council, today announced the programme for Edinburgh's Christmas.
Youth groups in the Almond area of Edinburgh are being encouraged to bid for a share of community funding, as the closing date is approaching fast.
The management and operation of the Port Edgar Marina is to be taken on by Port Edgar Holding Ltd following a decision by the City of Edinburgh Council to grant the company a thirty-year lease.
The Shandwick Place tram stop is set to be renamed ‘West End – Princes Street’ to highlight the area to visitors to the city.
Volunteers and business owners are set to give the Greater Grassmarket area a post-festival buff and polish this week.