Council responds to memorial bench burning
Following reports of memorial benches being burned rather than recycled, an investigation is underway.
Have your say on Pentland Hills Regional Park
Residents and visitors to Pentland Hills Regional Park are being asked to comment on a new 10-year Strategic Plan.
Shedding light on major North Bridge refurbishment project
As a new year begins, work continues on a major project to restore Edinburgh’s iconic North Bridge to its former glory.
Tens of thousands choose to Be Together for Edinburgh's Hogmanay
The following news release was issued by Edinburgh's Hogmanay on 1 January 2020:
Edinburgh supports Shelter campaign to give everyone the right to a decent home
The City of Edinburgh Council is supporting Shelter Scotland’s campaign to have the right to a decent home enshrined in Scots law.
Council Leader's Report December 2019
Latest News from Council Leader Adam McVey.
Residents encouraged to name new streets
Residents in Edinburgh are being encouraged to suggest appropriate names to be added to the city's street naming bank, which is now online.
A leading Council in effective energy management
The Council is the first local authority in Scotland and one of the very few public bodies in the UK to achieve ISO 50001 certification, the international standard for energy management systems.
Celebrating Edinburgh's community spirit
From the leaf-sweepers to the litter-pickers, the path-gritters to the parklovers, we're raising a festive toast to everyone who's mucked in in 2019 to support our work to keep Edinburgh beautiful.
Trams to Newhaven: Christmas and New Year
Construction work will pause on Trams to Newhaven from 5pm on Friday 20 December to 7am on Monday 6 January.
Planning Convener welcomes news on Stead’s Place
The Scottish Government Reporter has dismissed the appeal for development at Stead’s Place (106-162 Leith Walk).