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A major milestone has been reached on a flagship, net zero carbon housing development in Edinburgh as the first homes are now under construction. Located on Waterfront Avenue in Granton, ‘Plot D1’ will comprise over 70 one, two, and three-bedroom apartments alongside several commercial u

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A community growing hub which helps people who have been homeless has become the latest local project to benefit from the City of Edinburgh Council’s community benefits scheme. Following a great deal of community-based support from buildings solutions service John G Macintosh (JGM), the Pilton

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More than 200 affordable homes across three developments have been given the green light by the City of Edinburgh Council. The council's Development Management Sub Committee granted permission for new build sites in Greendykes, Wester Hailes and Dreghorn, which will deliver at least 130 new hom

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The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has published a revised engagement plan for the City of Edinburgh Council that outlines its progress in improving services for people who are homeless, service quality and tenant and resident safety.

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The City of Edinburgh Council has teamed up with environmental charity Changeworks to help homeowners transform the energy efficiency of their homes. Making 166 homes in Oxgangs warmer and fit for the future by improving external wall insulation, more than 50 properties have already received major i

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The City of Edinburgh Council and national homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust are operating a Welcome Centre this winter to provide accommodation of last resort, tailored support and positive move on options for people who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets. Since opening in Octobe

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With the colder months of the year now upon us we are pleased to announce the launch of a network of Warm and Welcoming Spaces across the capital. Last week, council leader Cammy Day formally launched the initiative during a visit to Royston Wardieburn Community Centre in the North of Edinburgh.

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A landmark Wheatley development of 300 new homes is transforming a site in the west of Edinburgh. Wheatley chief executive Steven Henderson was joined by City of Edinburgh Council housing convenor Councillor Jane Meagher and others to see how work was progressing on 300 new homes Wheatley is buildin

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The efforts of hundreds of people who have worked together in Edinburgh to support more than 10,000 people fleeing war in Ukraine have been honoured at the Scottish Public Service Awards. The Community Award accolade was announced in the Scottish Parliament this week and presented to City of Edinbur

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