A new partnership to unlock access to the private rented sector for homeless people across the city has been launched with national homelessness charity, Crisis.
Councillors from across the political spectrum in Edinburgh are adding their signatures to a UK-wide Charter for Trees, Woods and People today, the first local authority in Scotland to do so.
Views are being sought on proposals to transform walking, cycling and public spaces along some of Edinburgh’s busiest streets.
Latest news from Council Leader Adam McVey.
Located outside St Bernard’s Dementia Club on Cheyne Street, the newly refurbished space for use by clients of the charity LifeCare has been created thanks to funding from Ryden.
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.