Edinburgh to be a 'Million Tree City'
Edinburgh has officially launched its ambitious target to become a Million Tree City by 2030 as part of its commitment to be net zero by the end of the decade.
Edinburgh's Hogmanay is back for 2021
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay is launched as a four day festival and a celebration of the changing of the year.
Final days to nominate for Edinburgh Award 2021
Residents are urged to nominate the next deserving recipient of the Edinburgh Award before the deadline at noon on Friday (29 October).
Council leaders welcome UK government levelling up funding to help unlock further investment in £1.3bn new sustainable coastal town
Today the UK Government announced £16.482 million of funding to help the Council unlock the first phase of the £1.3bn regeneration of Granton Waterfront.
Council officers secure health and safety conviction
Enforcement action carried out by our environmental health officers has led to B&GS Landa Ltd, owners of A Scottish Experience on the Royal Mile, being convicted of two health and safety charges.
Residents’ help sought to shape the way Edinburgh addresses its past links to slavery and colonialism – consultation launched by independent Review Group today
Issued on behalf of the Edinburgh Slavery and Colonialism Legacy Review Group