The Grassmarket will welcome a parade of serving personnel, veterans and their supporters this weekend as the City of Edinburgh Council hosts special events to celebrate Armed Forces Day.
The City of Edinburgh Council has today (Friday 20 June 2014) published a proposed action plan which takes forward the recommendations from Dame Elish Angiolini in the Mortonhall Investigation Report.
One of Scotland’s most significant early modern woman writers, Elizabeth Melville, is to be commemorated at Makars’ Court this weekend (Saturday 21 June) with an inscribed flagstone quoting her work.
Liberton High School will be serving up a treat for the local community when the school officially opens their newly refurbished tennis courts tomorrow (Friday 20 June).
Councillors are set to reaffirm their commitment to giving maximum protection to the city’s green belt when approving the next stage of the Edinburgh Local Development Plan (LDP) project.
A record amount of affordable homes are being built in Edinburgh with more quality housing than ever before available to rent or buy.
Edinburgh Haymarket Developments Ltd, the developer delivering The Haymarket project, is the first major employer in Edinburgh to sign an employment Accord with the City of Edinburgh Council.
Detailed plans to help stop antisocial behaviour from blighting Edinburgh communities have been drawn up by city authorities.
School pupils from across Edinburgh are using canoes and bikes in a unique baton relay event to celebrate the Commonwealth Games taking place in Glasgow.
The first phase of a project to improve George Street for pedestrians and cyclists will begin next week.