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(from left) Tenant Deba Odoko, Kingsley Umweni, Cllr Cammy Day, tenant Stephen Ritchie and tenant Toni Anne Grady City of Edinburgh Council housing convener, Councillor Cammy Day met with tenants yesterday for a tour of the newest completed homes at the Pennywell site.

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Cllr Cammy Day unveils new scheme to tenants (l-r) Barbara Stark, Sharon Robertson, Maud Wylie and James Galloway A new City of Edinburgh Council tenant discount scheme has been launched which will save tenants money.

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Link chairman Roy Stirrat & Councillor Cammy Day Link's new affordable housing development at Balmwell Terrace has been officially opened by the City of Edinburgh Council’s vice convener for health, social care and housing, Councillor Cammy Day.

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(from left) Des Clarke (host); Cllr Cammy Day; Mandy Rudden, Edinburgh Council; Caroline Muirhead, North Edinburgh Arts; Rachel Fraser, 21st Century Homes; Janice Russell, Urban Union and Catriona Shearer (host) The team behind the regeneration project at Pennywell in Edinburgh is celebrating after

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Urban Union’s second phase plans for the Pennywell Living development Pennywell and Muirhouse in Edinburgh is set to receive £1.5 million from the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grants Fund.

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Some of Care and Repair Edinburgh’s key team: (from left to right) – Yvonne Georgeson (Volunteer Officer), Graham Harper (CEO), Andrew Finlayson (Keysafe Fitter) and Louise Love (Head of Operations) Care and Repair Edinburgh assisted over 5,000 older and disabled people to continue to live safel

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The City of Edinburgh Council is on a "far sounder financial footing" than a year ago after making considerable progress towards balancing its books, according to a report from the Accounts Commission. The local authority watchdog raised significant concerns in December 2014 over the council's finan

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Work has started on a new affordable housing project located in Leith. A total of 94 new homes will be built by CCG Scotland on the former 18th century Leith Fort site, 62 of which will be owned by Port of Leith Housing Association and available for mid market rent and 32 units will be owned by the

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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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