Bike hire offer to encourage long-term take-up
Users of Edinburgh’s bike hire scheme can benefit from a four-month pass for the price of less than one, as part of an offer launching on Monday (13 July).
Edinburgh tourism and hospitality industry campaign given funding boost
Councillors have given their support to a city-wide campaign recognising the importance of the tourism and hospitality sector to Edinburgh’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Going green: Edinburgh reveals the UK’s first eco-powered greenspace
Edinburgh's Saughton Park has become the UK’s first fully eco-powered greenspace thanks to support from SP Energy Networks’ Green Economy Fund.
Urgent action required to move Edinburgh through dual crises of climate change and pandemic recovery
Ensuring Edinburgh’s future infrastructure and capital investments contribute to a green future is just one of the recommendations for a green recovery in a report by the Edinburgh Climate Commission.
Thousands share their suggestions for walking, cycling and wheeling improvements
Edinburgh residents have made more than 4100 suggestions for creating more space to walk, cycle and wheel during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Council calls on short-term lets to switch to tackling homelessness
The City of Edinburgh Council has welcomed the Scottish Government’s decision to delay the re-opening of short-term lets where properties share stairwells and front doors with other people’s homes.
Edinburgh councillors to consider reopening public toilets
A proposal to reopen public toilets in ‘hot spot’ areas near busy parks and beaches has been published by the City of Edinburgh Council today, following a city-wide review.
Proposals for an improved public transport system
Changes to the way we travel around the Capital could be introduced through the reform of Edinburgh’s transport companies, according to proposals published today (Friday, 3 July).
Further support for businesses in Edinburgh
We’re writing to 20,000 businesses in Edinburgh to help them to safely reopen as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
Lord Provost signs up to future vision for Edinburgh
The Lord Provost of Edinburgh, Frank Ross, has provided the first signature on the 2050 Edinburgh City Vision Charter in his capacity as the First Citizen of Scotland’s capital city.