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Members of the public are being invited to have their say in a major new consultation about how people want the heart of Scotland's capital to look, feel and function. From today, the eight-week consultation on the City of Edinburgh Council's Consultation Hub will bring together three linked placema

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Recommendations to house a new Inclusive Homelessness Service on the site of the former Panmure St Ann’s school have been approved by the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board (EIJB). The new operational base will allow the co-location of NHS Lothian, City of Edinburgh Council and third sector agencie

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A wide range of recommendations published last week to tackle homelessness were approved by the City of Edinburgh Council yesterday. In a report to the local authority’s housing and economy committee the cross-party homelessness task force recommended a number of bold outcomes, which when impl

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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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