Urbanism expert appointed to lead on Edinburgh’s sustainable placemaking future
Well-respected planning and transport expert, Daisy Narayanan, has been appointed to a new role bringing together placemaking and transport strategy at the City of Edinburgh Council.
Lord Provost leads Edinburgh’s tributes to Duke of Edinburgh
Buckingham Palace announced today (Friday 9 April) that His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has died at the age of 99.
Council Leader statement on plans to tackle anti-social behaviour in the Meadows
Councillor Adam McVey discusses the action plan being put in place to prevent repeats of recent anti-social behaviour in the Meadows.
Community takes ownership of St. Oswald’s Church and Hall in Bruntsfield
Press release issued by the Bruntsfield St. Oswald's Hall project.
Work set to begin at Dean Path and Damside Bridge
Work towards the reopening of Dean Path and Damside Bridge will begin next month, the City of Edinburgh Council has confirmed.
Making the most of our culture during lockdown
Culture and Communities Convener writes in today's Edinburgh Evening News
Full time return for schools after Easter holidays
Education leaders welcome confirmation from the Scottish Government that schools will fully reopen in Edinburgh on Tuesday 20 April.
New app to make repairing shared properties easier
Press release issued by Novoville to announce the launch of the shared repairs app we've been developing with them.
Council Leader statement on anti-social behaviour in the Meadows
Councillor Adam McVey has condemned the scenes in the Meadows yesterday (Saturday 3 April) thanking the police and praising the efforts of local residents and Council teams in clearing up the mess.
Council Leaders' Easter message: Stay safe, stay local and keep Edinburgh beautiful
Council Leaders are calling on Edinburgh citizens to enjoy the springtime festivities safely, considerately and locally while Covid restrictions are still in place.
Digital boost for pupils with 39,000 iPads in 1:1 roll out
Every school pupil from P6 to S6 in Scotland’s Capital city will receive their own digital device as part of an ambitious and inclusive education strategy, Edinburgh Learns for Life.