Strong partnership working across the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal area has now led to an agreement to produce a Regional Growth Framework by the summer of 2020.
Latest news from Council Leader Adam McVey.
A report recommending that sexual entertainment venues should be licensed will be brought to the City of Edinburgh Council’s Regulatory Committee next week.
Views are being sought on proposals to improve cycling and walking along a key route connecting Cameron Toll shopping centre, Little France and Edinburgh BioQuarter.
Education Vice Convener Councillor Alison Dickie writes in today's Edinburgh Evening News about the need for change.
Conditions on Edinburgh's roads have seen the most significant single year improvement in more than a decade, with over £15m invested in roads and pavements in 2018/19 - almost £6m more than 2017/18.
Work to take trams to Newhaven is scheduled to begin on Constitution Street in mid-November, following six months of joint work by the Council and contractors to finalise the construction programme.
A report setting out progress on Edinburgh’s ambitious vision for a Low Emission Zones (LEZ) is set to come before the city’s Transport and Environment Committee on Friday (October 11).
Councillor Alasdair Rankin, Finance and Resources Convener, highlights how the Council is embracing opportunities despite budget constraints.
Public and third sector partners are meeting today to suggest innovative new solutions to preventing homelessness and providing those who are homeless with a permanent, settled home.