Councillors prioritise poverty, climate and vital services for residents as budget balanced
Millions of pounds will be spent on protecting and improving crucial frontline services in Edinburgh after councillors agreed a balanced budget for 2024/25.
Future Libraries engagement begins today
The new Future Libraries engagement stage survey was officially launched today (January 26) by Culture and Communities Convener Val Walker.
Starting the year on a high
Council Leader, Cammy Day looks to the year ahead – and beyond.
Edinburgh residents urged to give their views on energy efficiency
The City of Edinburgh Council is asking residents to give their feedback on a long-term plan for decarbonising heat in buildings and improving energy efficiency.
Graffiti summit brings together key voices from across the city
Key stakeholders from across Edinburgh have come together to address the issue of graffiti in the Capital.
Visitor Levy Bill passes another vote
On Tuesday, MSPs voted in favour of the general principles of a Bill which could empower councils to introduce a Visitor Levy.
Roads and pavements funding injection sees boost in improvements
The City of Edinburgh Council is on track to carry out improvements on the largest area of roads and pavements in one financial year, thanks to £11m of additional capital investment.
Advice Shop achieves national accreditation
The City of Edinburgh Council’s Advice Shop has achieved accreditation to the Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers.
Good progress against climate goals – but it has to be a joint effort
Council Leader, Cammy Day, has welcomed progress against the city’s ambitious climate goals while calling on the Scottish Government to provide more – not less – resources to help tackle the crisis.
Council agrees Plant-Based Treaty Action Plan
The City of Edinburgh Council took another step towards achieving its climate ambitions as councillors agreed a city-wide Plant-Based Treaty Action Plan.
Help Edinburgh lead the way on climate action
Capital residents are being asked to play a key role in shaping the city’s response to the climate and nature emergencies.