City Of Edinburgh Council

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The City of Edinburgh Council’s award-winning house building programme is looking to establish a Framework Agreement of affordable housing contractors to deliver high quality homes across the city. The council has an ambitious programme to construct 10,000 new affordable homes by 2027 and plans to

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An ambitious 94 affordable homes project, which is creating a new community at Edinburgh’s Leith Fort, has been named as affordable development of the year at this year’s Homes for Scotland awards. The £11.5 million housing project, which has been developed through a partnership and is co-owned

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and the City of Edinburgh Council have been shortlisted for a Scottish Home Award for the new development at Leith Fort. The ambitious development, including 94 affordable homes, is in the running to clinch the large affordable housing development of the yea

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The City of Edinburgh Council is examining “ambitious plans” to revamp the public realm of the Scottish capital’s city centre in which over £3 billion worth of projects are currently underway, delegates at a planning event were told. Delivering the opening keynote at a Built Environment Netwo

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Vodafone UK chief executive, Nick Jeffery (left), with Greg Mesch, chief executive at CityFibre Homes and businesses in Edinburgh and Stirling will be the next Scottish cities to benefit from gigabit speed full fibre broadband with work set to begin later this year.

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Proposals have been unveiled to build a football-themed self management and personal development centre for people experiencing homelessness in Edinburgh. The brainchild of Street Soccer Scotland founder David Duke, the Change Centre could see 32 en-suite bedrooms, living facilities and a community

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Pupils from Craigroyston Primary School with the time capsule at Pennywell Living Memorabilia belonging to primary pupils and retired residents in North Edinburgh has been buried in the foundations of new homes under construction in Pennywell.

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Marlene Shiels of Capital Credit Union (left) with winners Frederica Valet, Douglas Nairne and Isa Morey with housing and economy convener Kate Campbell (far right) Neighbours who go that extra mile have been thanked at the City of Edinburgh Council’s second Good Neighbour Awards for their inspira

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A former brewery complex in Fountainbridge is to be developed by the City of Edinburgh Council to deliver a vibrant city quarter including over 400 new homes. Work to prepare the site, which is also set to include office space and shops, is set to commence early next year with the project expected t

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Planning permission has been granted to build a further 194 affordable and low cost homes at Craigmillar Town Centre, a major regeneration project in South East Edinburgh. The approval for the new homes follows on from other new housing developments in the area being built by construction firm CCG (

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Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd has embarked on its first major district heating contract for a new residential development located in Craigmillar, Edinburgh. Greendykes, located just south of Niddrie Mains Road, is being delivered on behalf of the City of Edinburgh Council and will consist of 75 mixed-tenu

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