Edinburgh council housing leaders welcome grant funding to help tenants at risk
Our housing leaders have today welcomed the announcement that nearly £1.5million will be allocated to Edinburgh to help those in social and private tenancies at risk of becoming homeless.
Eight Edinburgh schools to take part in nationwide Hydrogen challenge
Secondary school pupils will compete against thousands from across Scotland to build the best green-hydrogen powered Lego vehicle to highlight the role the fuel could play in tackling climate change.
Proposed City Plan 2030 sets out sustainable future direction of development in Edinburgh
The proposed City Plan 2030 will address Climate change Affordability Providing more homes Providing more jobs How people move around
Senior leadership team appointments
The City of Edinburgh Council today confirmed appointments to two senior roles as part of its senior leadership team.
Prestigious award scooped for Edinburgh’s Craigmillar regeneration
The City of Edinburgh Council’s Craigmillar Town Centre development was recognised at the Scottish Home Awards, scooping the ‘Housing Regeneration Project of the Year’ category last week.
Using Edinburgh’s public spaces for events and filming – have your say
Edinburgh residents and businesses are being asked for their views on how the Council’s public open spaces are used for events and filming.
Council supports new creative and community hub for Granton Waterfront
A vacant industrial unit in Granton Waterfront is to be transformed into a vibrant creative and community hub by arts charity Edinburgh Palette.
New online recycling tool to help you dispose of your waste correctly
We all know that recycling is one small step everyone can take to help the environment and lower our carbon footprint.
Council Leader's report - September
Council Leader Adam McVey on latest Council news
Edinburgh families set to benefit from financial boost before Christmas
City of Edinburgh Council finance leaders today welcome the announcement that around 8,000 Edinburgh children from low-income families will benefit from a £320 uplift before Christmas.