Increased funding for local authorities to deliver more affordable homes has been welcomed but will not be good enough to deliver the number of permanent homes needed across the country, according to Shelter Scotland.
A consultation has been launched on a proposal to convert the Cowan's Close depot on the south side of Edinburgh into new specially-designed wheelchair accessible homes. The City of Edinburgh Council's cleansing depot is set to close under a review of council sites.
Forth Ports has submitted revised plans for its Western Harbour housing development at the Port of Leith, significantly reducing the consented number of car parking spaces on-site alongside other incentives to reduce carbon emissions and plans to create an environmental education centre.
As part of its community benefit programmes for the City of Edinburgh Council, Urban Union has teamed up with Muirhouse Housing Association (MHA) to provide over £15,000 in ongoing support to the Muirhouse Millennium Centre in the north of Edinburgh since the onset of the pandemic in March 202
More than 250 families have moved into quality affordable homes thanks to an initiative developed by the City of Edinburgh Council's mid-market rent partnership and Scottish Futures Trust. Now in eight sites across the city, Edinburgh Living's 250th tenant moved into their new home in Craigmill
More than 300 households living in the private rented sector have been prevented from becoming homeless in just over a year thanks to the help of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Private Rented Service (PRS) Team.
A strategy has been developed to find ways for Edinburgh residents to meet their daily needs within 20 minutes of their homes by walking, using public transport, wheeling or cycling. On Thursday, members of the City of Edinburgh Council's policy and sustainability committee will consider a high-leve
The City of Edinburgh Council is to pilot an initiative that will offer homeowners the chance to sell their homes back to the local authority if they are struggling to pay for shared repair responsibilities. The plan coincides with a programme of repairs works at mixed tenure blocks in Dumbryde
Residents in the Canongate area of Edinburgh's Old Town will benefit from a range of conservation and energy efficiency improvements on track to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by over 50%.
The City of Edinburgh Council said today it will put the health and wellbeing of tenants at the forefront of an improved process to deal with issues related to excessive dampness, mould and condensation. Enhanced processes are being rolled out from this month to deliver a robust, streamlin
Elected members on the City of Edinburgh Council have agreed options for investing around £21 million in one-off additional funding which will be allocated for social care, net-zero work and road maintenance.
The City of Edinburgh Council is hosting an online event this afternoon to share proposals for the development of the site adjacent to the former Granton Railway Station. The council owns around 120 acres of developable land within the Granton Waterfront area, creating what it calls a unique op