Council set to appoint Cruden Group to drive forward first phase of £1.3bn regeneration at Granton Waterfront
The creation of a £1.3bn well-connected, sustainable new coastal town at Granton Waterfront in Edinburgh has reached its next major milestone.
Edinburgh offers a warm welcome to Ukrainians
Writing in the Edinburgh Evening News today (Wednesday 29 June), Council Leader Cammy Day thanks officers and volunteers for doing all they can to support refugees.
Residents’ help sought to shape the way Edinburgh addresses women’s safety in public places
Edinburgh’s residents are being encouraged to have their say on what makes them feel safe or unsafe when out and about in the Capital and what they think could improve this.
Latest news from the Council Leader Cammy Day.
Council operation stops sales of illegal tobacco
Almost £26,000 worth of illegal tobacco has been taken off the shelves by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Trading Standards team and Police Scotland.
Week of action launched to clean-up Craigmillar
Climate-conscious residents will be exercising their green fingers next week as they carry out a large-scale community clean-up of their local area.
Bangholm Sports and Outdoor Centre on track for August opening
A new sports and outdoor centre next to Trinity Academy in north Edinburgh will open its doors to pupils and the community in August.
Edinburgh awarded silver status as a Sustainable Food City
Edinburgh has been awarded silver status by the Sustainable Food Places Network, in recognition of the city’s pioneering work to promote healthy and sustainable food.
130 new affordable homes for Greendykes
The latest phase of the Council-led regeneration of Greendykes is set to move ahead following a funding boost of just over £620,000.
Finishing line in sight as Meadowbank Sports Centre announces opening date
The City of Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh Leisure have announced that the new Meadowbank Sports Centre will open to the public on Tuesday 19th July 2022.