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Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, today (21 Sep) used First Minister’s Questions to highlight the “gazumping” of one of Scotland’s first major urban community buy-outs, the Sick Kids […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Greens press on Sick Kids sell-off

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, today (21 Sep) used First Minister’s Questions to highlight the “gazumping” of one of Scotland’s first major urban community buy-outs, the Sick Kids […]






New analysis by Andy Wightman MSP shows that as visitors descend on Edinburgh for festival season, £10.6million of taxes are being avoided this year due to the boom in private […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Short term lets in £10m a year tax break

New analysis by Andy Wightman MSP shows that as visitors descend on Edinburgh for festival season, £10.6million of taxes are being avoided this year due to the boom in private […]






Green councillors have described the City Region Deal as a long way short of what it could have been.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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City Deal: cash welcome but opportunities missed, say Greens

Green councillors have described the City Region Deal as a long way short of what it could have been.






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Edinburgh needs to get a lot more serious about tackling private sector empty homes, argues Susan Rae.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Making the most of empty homes

Edinburgh needs to get a lot more serious about tackling private sector empty homes, argues Susan Rae.






Gavin Corbett explains why City Of Edinburgh Council will be one of a number of councils pioneering citizen’s income.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Trialling Citizen’s Income

Gavin Corbett explains why City Of Edinburgh Council will be one of a number of councils pioneering citizen’s income.






In response to concern about rising private rents, the Scottish Parliament has passed new legislation which allows councils to designate areas as rent pressure zones (RPZs), the effect of which […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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The case for a Rent Pressure Zone in Edinburgh

In response to concern about rising private rents, the Scottish Parliament has passed new legislation which allows councils to designate areas as rent pressure zones (RPZs), the effect of which […]