City Of Edinburgh Council

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The City of Edinburgh Council’s Regulatory Committee has agreed a new licensing scheme which includes additional controls for short-term lets for properties used as secondary letting within a tenement or shared main door property. The licencing scheme will allow the authority to restrict tenem

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7N Architects has lodged an updated planning application for four residential plots in the City of Edinburgh Council’s regeneration project at Fountainbridge. The project is being developed in partnership with Cruden Homes East (Ltd) and Buccleuch Property.

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Scottish precision manufacturer Cube Glass has just secured a seven-figure deal at Western Villages, the country’s largest operational net-zero housing development in Granton, Edinburgh. The Cumbernauld-based tech firm will partner with construction and manufacturing company CCG Group to suppl

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Arc-Tech (Scotland) has commenced work at Western Villages, the largest net zero housing development currently under construction in Scotland. Comprising 444 homes located along the waterfront of the Firth of Forth, Western Villages forms part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s £1.3 bill

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Proposals for another ‘net zero’ housing development that forms part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s £1.3 billion Granton Waterfront regeneration project have been granted approval by city planners. The major milestone follows the start of construction work at the £7

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The City of Edinburgh Council has admitted to failures in dealing with poor living conditions after an investigation found tenants in high-rise flats are waiting up to five years for mould-ridden homes to be fixed. Residents who live in the Moredun and Muirhouse areas of the city told the BBC's

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An app to help the owners of shared properties in Edinburgh repair their buildings has been so successful in its first year it is already being rolled out by two other local authorities in Scotland. Developed by the City of Edinburgh Council with tech company Novoville, a new app launched in April l

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Street Legal, a partnership between Clan Childlaw and Shelter Scotland, has been successful in the highest civil court in Scotland in challenging the City of Edinburgh Council’s refusal to accept a homeless application from a family. The two organisations provide free legal help with housing a

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