Following a proposal by Green councillors, backed by the Regulatory committee of Edinburgh Council, there is an ongoing consultation into restrictions on the age of taxis able to operate in…
Tackling Edinburgh’s housing crisis will be a litmus test of the new council over the next 5 years, says Alex Staniforth.
Today Edinburgh City Council agreed short term arrangements to break the political impasse that has gripped the city since the council elections on 4 May. Steve Burgess explains.
Green councillors have outlined a interim proposal to break the political logjam which has persisted in Edinburgh since the council election on 4 May.
Improving care in Edinburgh might also unlock the capital’s political logjam, argues Susan Rae.
Green councillor Gavin Corbett, offers his personal take on the UK general election on 8 June.
Green councillors today backed the breaking of the political logjam which has gripped Edinburgh for two weeks.
The new city council should make clean air an early priority, argues Claire Miller.
Green councillor Steve Burgess reflects on Edinburgh’s emerging post-election arrangements.
It’s time for local services to be truly valued, says Alison Johnstone.
Following a meeting of Edinburgh Greens branch on Monday evening (Monday 8 May 2017) the party has selected engineer Lorna Slater to stand in Edinburgh North and Leith in the…
Greens in Edinburgh are celebrating gains in the city council elections on 4 May. Starting the day with 5 councillors, the party increased its tally to eight, with new councillors…
Check in here for results for the council elections during the election count on 5 May 2017. Results posted as they are announced.
On Tuesday 25th April, at a special hustings, Cllr Chas Booth, Green spokesperson on Environment and Sustainability, set out the changes to sustainable development that Greens want to see in…