City Of Edinburgh Council

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Just under two months since becoming the first UK local authority to set a target date for ending poverty, the City of Edinburgh Council has unveiled a ten-year delivery plan outlining the actions it will take to help eradicate poverty in the capital by 2030. The End Poverty in Edinburgh Delivery Pl

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Moves are being made to make council housing in Edinburgh some of the most sustainable in the country as part of an ambitious £2.89 billion programme. A new report from the City of Edinburgh Council reveals the significant investment that has already been made by the local authority in im

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Blackwood Housing and Care has been awarded £430,000 which will enable it to adapt homes and directly improve the lives of people with disabilities across Scotland, enabling them to live as independently as possible. The funding from the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council, and the

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There is no solution to poverty in Edinburgh without resolving the city’s housing and homelessness crisis, according to a wide-ranging report which has called on the Scottish Government, as an urgent priority, to ensure the city has the right funding and support to meet its social housing expa

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Dunedin Canmore has delivered a major boost to affordable housing across Edinburgh after completing 174 new homes in four communities across the capital. The social landlord has completed 110 new, energy-efficient houses and flats for social rent and another 64 for mid-market rental.

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