The City of Edinburgh Council has revealed that the new Portobello High School will open in October this year - three months earlier than expected.
The City of Edinburgh Council has set out plans on the delivery of a new-look housing strategy which aims to significantly increase the number of affordable homes in the city from 3,000 to 8,000.
The Gateside Tenants and Residents Association has scooped a top housing award at the annual gathering of the Tenants Information Service.
Paper Trail: Drawings, Watercolours, Prints opens at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre on 2 July 2016.
The City of Edinburgh Council has confirmed that respected construction and procurement industry expert John Cole CBE will lead the independent inquiry into Edinburgh’s school closures.
One thousand pupils are returning to school earlier than planned after the latest programme of remedial works was submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council by the Edinburgh Schools Partnership.
Two pilots to improve recycling provision for city tenements and flats have seen the amount of some materials recycled increase by up to 300%.
A vision for the layout of Edinburgh’s George Street is set to be considered by councillors next week.
Signs and lines advertising the soon-to-be-effective new 20mph speed limit are being installed in parts of Edinburgh's city centre and rural west area from this month.
Councillors are set to decide how parking controls could be introduced on Sundays following the proposal's approval in principle earlier this year as part of the Council's draft Parking Action Plan.