7N Architects has submitted a formal planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council on behalf of Cruden Homes, seeking to build 99 flats as part of a new residential development at Salamander Yards in Edinburgh. The project will deliver a mix of one, two and three-bed homes with 35% of the un
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City of Edinburgh Council refused appeal against decision it failed in duties towards diabetic homeless man
An appeal by a local authority against a decision that it had failed in its duties owed to a homeless man who was refused local authority assistance after making an application under section 28 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 1987 has been refused by the Inner House of the Court of Session. The reclai
A community in Craigmillar came together and rolled up their sleeves last week, delivering spectacular results as part of the first week-long clean-up of neighbourhoods and surrounding areas.
The creation of a £1.3 billion well-connected, sustainable new coastal town at Granton Waterfront in Edinburgh has reached its next major milestone as the City of Edinburgh Council appointed Cruden Group to take forward the first phase of redevelopment.
Together with the City of Edinburgh Council, regeneration specialist Urban Union has appointed North Edinburgh Arts to deliver an engaging Art Strategy as part of its work at the Pennywell Living development in Edinburgh.
The latest phase of the council-led regeneration of Greendykes is set to move ahead following a funding boost of just over £620,000.
More than 5,000 refugees fleeing war in Ukraine have arrived in Edinburgh, the City of Edinburgh Council has confirmed. Of those who have come to or through the city, 2,222 were warmly received by council officers and volunteers at Edinburgh’s Welcome Hub – where volunteers have clocked
Hillcrest's £6 million affordable housing development on Edinburgh’s Warriston Road has formally opened, adding a further 45 affordable homes to the city’s affordable housing provision. To mark the opening, delegates from City of Edinburgh Council visited the Canonmills Garden deve
Residents are being invited to drop-in events this week as the City of Edinburgh Council gathers views on the ongoing transformation of Powderhall. Detailing early plans for new homes and greenspace on part of the site on Broughton Road, Council officers will be joined by Cruden Building and Smith S
Consultations on better sustainable transport connections to support Edinburgh’s new housing developments
Views are being sought on a range of proposals to improve walking, wheeling and cycling conditions, as well as public transport links, parks and public spaces, around new and future residential developments across the city. Plans have been developed for four neighbourhoods identified as significant
Construction work on Edinburgh’s first ‘net zero’ housing development is underway in the north west of the city. Led by the City of Edinburgh Council in partnership with Glasgow-based contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the 75 home ‘Granton D1’ affordable housing pilot is pa
The City of Edinburgh Council is asking residents, visitors and interested groups and organisations what they think a short term lets (STLs) licensing scheme should look like in the capital.
The final shortlist for the Scottish Design Awards 2022 has been unveiled following a hectic 48-hour judging programme. The following entries were shortlisted in the Affordable Housing category:
The City of Edinburgh Council is set to spend around £128 million over the next 12 months as it continues to invest in improving Council homes and building new affordable homes in Edinburgh.
A detailed planning application has been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council for the reconfiguration of Ocean Terminal in Leith.