Urbanism expert appointed to lead on Edinburgh’s sustainable placemaking future
Well-respected planning and transport expert, Daisy Narayanan, has been appointed to a new role bringing together placemaking and transport strategy at the City of Edinburgh Council.
Journey to net zero Council emissions outlined in draft plan
The City of Edinburgh Council has unveiled its draft plan to become a net zero organisation by 2030.
Eight out of ten Capital residents satisfied with Council services, survey finds
Eighty per cent of Edinburgh residents are satisfied with services delivered by the Council since lockdown began in March 2020, according to a large-scale city survey.
Edinburgh taxi trade to receive a £4.4m boost from Council’s Discretionary Fund
Taxi and private hire drivers across the Capital are to receive more funding as top-up payments of £1,000 each will be distributed by the City of Edinburgh Council.
New Spaces for People plans for Braid Road
Changes to a scheme for safer travel on Braid Road will help improve journey times and reduce intrusive traffic on nearby streets, while retaining protected space for active travel.
Council Leaders welcome COVID-19 update
Council Leaders have welcomed the Scottish Government’s latest COVID-19 update, and the easing of some restrictions earlier than expected.
Voters urged to register as Scottish Parliament Election approaches
Voters are being encouraged to check they are on the electoral roll with just over three weeks until the Scottish Parliament Election.
Sustainable city ambitions recognised in new Edinburgh by Numbers report
Edinburgh residents believe that climate change is an immediate and urgent problem according to the latest Edinburgh By Numbers report produced by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Special Council meeting called to pay tribute to The Duke of Edinburgh
Councillors in Scotland's Capital city will unite to pay tribute to HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh in a specially convened online meeting on Friday, the day before the Duke's funeral.
Online book of condolence opened for The Duke of Edinburgh
Edinburgh’s Lord Provost has opened up an online book of condolence for His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh who has died at the age of 99.