A major consultation has been launched on how Edinburgh will tackle climate change.
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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 has set out a city-wide approach to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions as part of new plans being considered by councillors to tackle climate change.
Edinburgh to take ‘long term fabric-first’ approach to tackle excessive moisture-related issues in council homes
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
The City of Edinburgh Council’s affordable housebuilding programme continues apace with construction starting today on a further 49 new affordable and energy efficient homes for Dumbryden Gardens in Wester Hailes. Following completio
Cruden Homes (East) and bid partner Buccleuch Property were yesterday confirmed as preferred developers to carry out the landmark regeneration of a major brownfield site in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh following a competitive procurement process.
An online event will take place today to share proposals for a proposed development of around 146 homes and green space at the former Silverlea Care Home in Edinburgh. Hart Builders is working alongside the City of Edinburgh Council to design and build the affordable and mid-market rented
An update to the budget framework is underway at the City of Edinburgh Council after the publication of a report outlining a range of proposals for investing approximately £20 million of one-off additional revenue funding.
The City of Edinburgh Council’s flagship regeneration of a major brownfield site in Fountainbridge will reach another major milestone this week as agreement will be sought from councillors to appoint a development partner for the next stages of the project.
A new housebuilding strategy that guarantees net zero carbon emissions for every new home, while reducing the cost of energy bills, has been launched by architects Anderson Bell + Christie (AB+C).