Companies are being invited to bid for a contract worth up to £2bn to support the delivery of the City of Edinburgh Council’s ICT and digital services.
Members of the Council’s Governance, Risk and Best Value Committee today (30 January) reaffirmed their commitment to subjecting the former Statutory Repairs Service to full and proper scrutiny.
Together with the previously announced concerts, the Usher Hall can confirm the addition of The Gilded Comedy Gala on Friday 7 March at 7.30 pm evoking the spirit of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The capital’s history will be revealed from a whole new angle with an exhibition set to open in Edinburgh.
Revived plans to develop a gap site in Edinburgh’s city centre were approved by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Development Management Sub Committee today.
With cases of dementia predicted to more than double in Edinburgh, a multi-agency campaign urging people to recognise the signs and to seek help and support was launched today (January 28).
A proposal to remove saunas and massage premises from the list of premises that require a Public Entertainment Licence will be considered by councillors at the Regulatory Committee.
Service users, carers and the public are set to be consulted about how mental health services in Edinburgh should be delivered.
Edinburgh has become the only Scottish city to join a European project which is dedicated to improving the lives of older people.
The Council is seeking views on guidelines for holding events in the most popular public parks across the city.