The City of Edinburgh Council housing leaders have welcomed the announcement that nearly £1.5 million will be allocated to the city to help those in social and private tenancies at risk of becoming homeless.
The City of Edinburgh Council's stance against development in the greenbelt risks jeopardising the delivery of homes that the city needs, housebuilders have warned. The City of Edinburgh Council revealed its new City Plan 2030 last week, which will address climate change, affordability, providing mo
'All about the money: Tenant rents, services and investments!’ was the topic of conversation at a lively Edinburgh Tenants Federation meeting held last week. The City of Edinburgh Council’s (CEC) Rent Consultation is a very important subject for Edinburgh’s tenants and as a re
Robertson Partnership Homes (RPH) has been appointed by the City of Edinburgh Council to deliver 53 new homes at Murrayburn Gate, Wester Hailes, through the council’s House Builder Framework. Situated on vacant brownfield land close to Wester Hailes train station and Westside Plaza Shopping Ce
Local authorities from across Scotland have signalled their intent to offer a haven to Afghans escaping the turmoil in their homeland. A number of Afghan natives, interpreters and their families are being relocated to the UK, because of the potential dangers posed to them by the Talib
A multi-disciplinary consultant team led by Turner & Townsend has been appointed by the City of Edinburgh Council to work with the Wester Hailes community to translate their vision into a master plan for the area.
A consultation is set to begin next month following consideration of a report published by the City of Edinburgh Council outlining a draft proposal to designate the whole city as a short term let (STL) control area.
The work of the Edinburgh Poverty Commission has been shortlisted for a national award as the city aims to end poverty in Scotland’s capital by 2030. The group, which worked together throughout 2019 and 2020, is in the running for the ‘Community Involvement’ category of the Local G
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has secured detailed planning permission from the City of Edinburgh Council for the provision of 80 homes through the development of further land off Kirkliston Road, at South Scotstoun, South Queensferry.
Housing developer Cullross and Port of Leith Housing Association have lodged plans with the City of Edinburgh Council to build 11 apartments at Telford Drive, Edinburgh. If approved, the flats will be built on the site of a disused convenience store, Urban Realm reports.