Smaller properties in Edinburgh are experiencing the biggest decreases in value in today's tough housing market according to the latest house price statistics from the ESPC for November 2012 to Jan
Fair organised by Juniper Green Community Council and Transition Edinburgh Pentlands, offering guidance and examples of sustainable use of energy. For individual householders there will be people offering advice and services to help reduce energy costs as well as how to lower your carbon footprint.
The face of the financial crisis has taken many forms, from people lining up outside banks desperate to get at their savings, to the dilapidation of newly built suburban homes that have been foreclosed on.
Edinburgh no longer has the most expensive homes in Scotland, according to the latest quarterly report from government statistician the Registers of Scotland (RoS).
TED goes to Ed for the first time with TEDGlobal.
Edinburgh homes have reached their highest ever average property price at £228,697, according to statistics released today by the Registers of Scotland (RoS). The figure for July to September 2010 (RoS's second quarter), represent a 9.9% price increase on the same period last year. This is well ahead of the current rate of inflation, currently 3.1% (CPI).
Did you know that falls from height are the main cause of fatalities at work?
Nationally, in 2008/09, ladders were involved in nearly a quarter of all falls from height.
Prior to Thatcher the notion of borrowing tens of thousands of pounds just to get on with life was WRONG!