Independent inquiry commissioned into whistleblowing culture
Respected lawyer Susanne Tanner QC will lead an independent inquiry into the circumstances concerning the sudden death of a Council employee and, more widely, our whistleblowing culture.
Nominations now open for the Edinburgh Award
Established in 2007, the Edinburgh Award is a way for the Capital’s citizens to pay a lasting tribute to outstanding individuals who have made a positive impact on the city.
Bringing the festive cheer to Edinburgh's Christmas
Edinburgh’s Christmas is set to help the city celebrate Christmas safely and differently this year, with the announcement of a new digital programme
Light night for Mound Christmas Tree and special Christmas Rainbow
Edinburgh’s Christmas lights have been switched on with a specially lit 30 metre Christmas Rainbow on the Mound to accompany the Tree gifted by Norway.
Revised timetable for radical plan for future growth
Councillors on our Planning Committee are being asked to consider a revised timetable next week, for a radical plan to build a more sustainable future as the Capital grows in the coming years.
Next steps for controlling short term lets in the Capital
The Council has today published its response to the recent Scottish Government consultation on short term lets.