How Edinburgh’s Family and Household Support Service works to ‘get it right for everyone’
Edinburgh’s Family and Household Support Service has prevented at least 350 households from becoming homeless, a council report has revealed.
Council Leader reinforces Edinburgh's commitment to fighting poverty and inequality during Challenge Poverty Week 2023
Council Leader Cammy Day writes in today's Evening News about Edinburgh's anti-poverty work and goals.
Edinburgh delivers smart city capabilities
Edinburgh may be an ancient City, but it has always been at the forefront of innovation.
Statement from the Council Leader on Short-Term Lets License Deadline
Statement from Council Leader Cammy Day ahead of the deadline for short-term lets license applications.
Preparations underway for LEZ enforcement
Contractors will start installing signage around the LEZ city centre boundary from October to help drivers plan their journeys. This is in advance of enforcement beginning on 1 June 2024.
New exhibition entitled Windrush Legacy Creative Reflections to open at the Museum of Edinburgh
The exhibition ‘Windrush Legacy Creative Reflections’ is set to open this Saturday (September 30) at the Museum of Edinburgh.
Pulp to headline Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations
Council Leader Cammy Day welcomes Britpop icons Pulp as the headline act for Edinburgh’s 30th Anniversary Concert in the Gardens this Hogmanay.
Peter Howson exhibition to close with artist hosted film screening
An exclusive documentary screening alongside a Q&A session with artist Peter Howson will take place this Friday (September 29) to mark the closing of the exhibition ‘When the Apple Ripens'.
Leader's Report - September 2023
Latest news from the Council Leader Cammy Day.
Transport Convener: We're reimagining streets for people this Car Free Day
Councillor Scott Arthur, Transport and Environment Convener, writes about the opportunity to consider green, healthy ways to travel this Car Free Day.