City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh City Council

Final Part of Caltongate Given Go-ahead

The controversial £300 million Caltongate development project in Edinburgh Old Town has been given the final go-ahead by Edinburgh City Council after developers changed t

Edinburgh Fairtrade Award Winners

The One World Shop and the supermarket chain Scotmid were presented awards for their support and promotion of ethically sourced products today, as part of the 2008 Fairtrade fortnight.

Edinburgh Waking Up To Smell the Fairtrade Coffee

Edinburgh will celebrate national fair trade
Fortnight (25 February - 9 March) with its annual Fairtrade breakfast later this week.

Study To Look at Climate Change Impact on Edinburgh

The City of Edinburgh Council is one of four councils that will take part in a study looking at the "on the ground" impacts of climate change to improve the city's readiness for extreme weather.

Council Approves Controversial Edinburgh Old Town Development

Edinburgh City Council today approved controversial plans for Caltongate, the huge property development in Edinburgh's Old Town.

Sighthill Recycling Centre Makes It Four

Edinburgh's fourth Community Recyling Centre (CRC) at Sighthill is now fully operational at the city's Bankhead Avenue.

Rt Hon George Grubb, Lord Lieutenant and Lord Provost of Edinburgh

The Rt Hon George Grubb, Lord Lieutenant and Lord Provost of the City
of Edinburgh. Elected to position of Lord Provost 17th May 2007.

Edinburgh City Council Election Results - 3rd May 2007

Here they are: the Edinburgh City Council Election Results for 3rd May 2007... a little later than expected due to technical difficulties.

Edinburgh's Smoking Ban - One Year On

It's a year since smokers were told to stub out in Edinburgh's pubs, restaurants, and other enclosed public areas.

Assembly Rooms Upgrades For 2009

The Assembly Rooms is lined up for a £10 million renovation that will see the entire building and its facilities upgraded and refurbished, including exterior improvements to both the George and Rose Street sides and the adjoining lanes by 2009.