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.
Outdoor seating arrangements extended to help hospitality recover
We’re continuing our support for the hospitality sector to help businesses make the most of outdoor space safely as Covid 19 cases remain high in Edinburgh.
Council tenants urged to have their say on housing budget plans
The City of Edinburgh Council is encouraging its housing tenants to take part in this year’s housing rent consultation to help influence how the council spends the money it raises from rental income.
City commits to developing Edinburgh as a sustainable food city
Move recognises Edinburgh’s ambition of net zero emissions by 2030.
Reflections: The Light and Life of John Henry Lorimer
Saturday 6 November 2021 to Sunday 20 March 2022
Award-winning poet and playwright Hannah Lavery put forward as new Edinburgh Makar
Award-winning poet, playwright and performer Hannah Lavery has been nominated to become the Scottish Capital’s next poet laureate.
Still time to have your say on Low Emission Zone plans
More than 4000 people have told us what they think of proposals to introduce a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in Edinburgh, with less than two weeks left to take part in the consultation.
Transport leaders welcome support for retaining Travelling Safely measures
Edinburgh’s Transport leaders have welcomed calls by more than 140 medical professionals to retain and expand upon measures introduced to support walking, wheeling and cycling during lockdown.