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Frontline services for Edinburgh’s vulnerable, older and younger residents will be prioritised in the City of Edinburgh Council’s 2016/17 budget which was unveiled yesterday as the authority attempts to address a £126 million budget shortfall over the next four years. The £950m budget, the fir

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Alex Neil Almost 900 Edinburgh affordable homes for rent are to be delivered by the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT), social justice secretary Alex Neil revealed today.

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The City of Edinburgh Council has granted planning consent for plans to build up to 400 new homes at Fountainbridge, according to developers. The Grosvenor Group said the consent unlocks the potential for its proposed build-to-rent scheme in the former industrial area close to the city centre.

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(from left) Derek Grant, Scott Cunningham, James Cunningham, first minister Nicola Sturgeon and Johnny Smith Almost 150 young people in Edinburgh have improved their health, wellbeing and job prospects thanks to a Dunedin Canmore project and the great outdoors.

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An ambitious project to build a new community of affordable homes in Leith is now underway. Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and the City of Edinburgh Council have started work on the Leith Fort housing development, with the first homes due to complete in 2017.

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A detailed planning application by CALA Homes to build over 200 homes at Newmills Road, Balerno, as included within Edinburgh Local Development Plan, has been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council. The 206 properties will provide a wide variety of new homes including 68 three, four and five bed

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The City of Edinburgh Council has unveiled plans to build 14,000 homes in the next ten years costing the local authority nearly £300 million. The proposals, which are designed to tackle the city’s growing population, are to be present to the council’s finance and resources committee on October

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The City of Edinburgh Council has asked for further discussions about the issue of compulsory redundancies as it attempts to address a £126 million budget shortfall over the next four years. The local authority had earlier suggested that as many as 2,000 jobs could be lost but councillors have aske

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As many as 2,000 jobs could be lost at the City of Edinburgh Council as the authority considers a number of proposals to address a £126 million budget shortfall over the next four years. A report to the council’s finance and resources committee on Thursday will propose cost-saving action

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