New 'people first' tourism strategy welcomed
Proposals for a new-look tourism strategy to guide Edinburgh’s visitor economy over the next 10 years have been endorsed by members of the Sustainability and Policy Committee.
Councillors to discuss outline business case for future of West Princes Street Gardens
Councillors will be presented with an update on the next evolutionary chapter in the story of one of Edinburgh's most famous locations.
New empty homes officer to bring vacant properties back into good use
The City of Edinburgh Council is working to bring much-needed homes back into use with the appointment of a dedicated 'empty homes officer'.
Help us make major positive changes for Edinburgh - Planning Convener
The following article by Councillor Neil Gardiner was published in today's Edinburgh Evening News:
Child protection involves us all
Councillor Alison Dickie, Vice Convener for Education, Children and Families, writes in today's Edinburgh Evening News about child protection.
Appeal for families for young unaccompanied asylum-seekers
A new campaign aiming to recruit families to look after young unaccompanied asylum-seekers arriving in the Capital has been launched by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Council responds to memorial bench burning
Following reports of memorial benches being burned rather than recycled, an investigation is underway.
Final chance to sign up for Garden Waste collections this service year
Edinburgh residents who don't currently use the Council's paid-for garden waste collection service have an opportunity to subscribe later this month.
Choices for a future generation: building a more sustainable Edinburgh
By 2030, Scotland’s Capital will be a sustainable city which supports everyone’s wellbeing.
Edinburgh’s Christmas and Hogmanay
Key facts and further information on our winter festivals.