Research into Edinburgh’s future commercial property needs commissioned by the Council will inform City Plan 2030, helping future proof the success of Edinburgh for generations to come.
People living and working in Gracemount are being asked to take part in a new approach to designing local services.
The City of Edinburgh Council has restated its commitment to a sustainable, accessible and connected future for the Capital, putting people at its heart.
An ambitious target for Edinburgh to become carbon neutral by 2030 has been set by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Following its inception in November last year, the first evidence collected by the Edinburgh Poverty Commission has been published today Monday, 13 May.
Bold proposals aiming to significantly improve air quality and health benefits for people across Edinburgh were published today (Friday, May 10).
A major public consultation will be launched on a radical programme to transform Edinburgh’s city centre, if approved by Transport and Environment Committee next week.
Saughton Park took a step towards becoming fully eco-powered today (Friday 10 May) with a ground-breaking ceremony for the park's innovative micro-hydro scheme.
A new policy on tourism is being proposed by the City of Edinburgh Council to provide greater balance to meet the needs of residents and visitors to the Capital.
Contractors preparing to begin construction as part of the Trams to Newhaven project will carry out investigation works at various points on the route from later this month.