The City of Edinburgh Council and its contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd have completed the first new affordable homes in Edinburgh since lockdown. The first new neighbours moving into Harewood Road have been visited by the council's housing, homelessness and fair work convener Kate Campbell and depute c
Projects such as the regeneration of Granton waterfront should be accelerated to “reflect the urgency and scale of the current climate crisis”, according to a report considered by the City of Edinburgh Council yesterday.
Having successfully used short-term lets during the COVID-19 crisis to provide housing for people facing homelessness, the City of Edinburgh Council is now calling on the sector to help the city tackle homelessness long-term.
An online community consultation has been launched today with the intention of developing a new mixed-use neighbourhood, as part of plans by Edinburgh BioQuarter to create a new Health Innovation District.
City of Edinburgh Council’s housing, homelessness and fair work convener, Councillor Kate Campbell, outlines the phenomenal response from organisations working to prevent homeless during the pandemic. The council’s homelessness service has been working with the Scottish Government, third
Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has secured detailed planning consent from the City of Edinburgh Council for the provision of 250 new homes through the development of land off Maybury Road on the outskirts of West Edinburgh.
Adam McVey, leader of the City of Edinburgh Council, outlines how people in the city can work together to support anyone facing homelessness. Back in late March, when it was announced that the country would be entering lockdown measures, we set about creating a dedicated team to coordinate our suppo
The City of Edinburgh Council has adopted a new policy which aims to give people affected by domestic abuse access a range of housing options and has called for councils to have the power to evict perpetrators from their homes in joint tenancy cases.
The leader of the City of Edinburgh Council has outlined the measures the local authority will take after a report from the Edinburgh Poverty Commission outlined the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on residents in the city.
Private landlords and other property owners left with empty homes in Edinburgh due to coronavirus are being encouraged to help local people and families in critical housing need through a new scheme which aims to provide a better alternative to other forms of temporary homeless accommodation.