City Of Edinburgh Council

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Adam McVey, leader of the City of Edinburgh Council, outlines how people in the city can work together to support anyone facing homelessness. Back in late March, when it was announced that the country would be entering lockdown measures, we set about creating a dedicated team to coordinate our suppo

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The leader of the City of Edinburgh Council has outlined the measures the local authority will take after a report from the Edinburgh Poverty Commission outlined the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on residents in the city.

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Private landlords and other property owners left with empty homes in Edinburgh due to coronavirus are being encouraged to help local people and families in critical housing need through a new scheme which aims to provide a better alternative to other forms of temporary homeless accommodation.

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Artisan Real Estate has submitted a major planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council for 126 distinctive and spacious apartments in Corstorphine reaffirming the developer’s continued commitment to investing in the city.

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National homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust and the City of Edinburgh Council are partnering to provide further hotel accommodation and specialised support for people who would otherwise be sleeping rough in the capital. Working together on a range of services, this latest initiative ensur

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A food distribution network to support Edinburgh’s most vulnerable citizens is set to be rolled out thanks to a new partnership between the City of Edinburgh Council, third sector organisation EVOC and the wider community and voluntary sector. The plans will see over 3,000 emergency food parce

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Plans have been put in place to protect people facing homelessness during the coronavirus outbreak in Edinburgh, thanks to the combined efforts of the local authority, public health, private and third sector workers.

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The first trees have been planted at the new Pennywell Nature Garden – with local school kids getting involved in the project. Pupils from Pirniehall Primary School were joined by members of the Pennywell community as planting got underway in time for spring.

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