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The “City Plan 2030” matters for Edinburgh’s future, argues Chas Booth.

Planning Edinburgh’s future

The “City Plan 2030” matters for Edinburgh’s future, argues Chas Booth.

Today in full council Chas Booth spoke in a debate about Brexit, a people’s vote, and the impact on EU citizens in Edinburgh. The text of what he said is […]

Brexit, people’s vote and Scotland’s capital

Today in full council Chas Booth spoke in a debate about Brexit, a people’s vote, and the impact on EU citizens in Edinburgh. The text of what he said is […]

It’s impossible to imagine Edinburgh’s main river without the Water of Leith Conservation Trust says Gavin Corbett.

Celebrating the Water of Leith Trust

It’s impossible to imagine Edinburgh’s main river without the Water of Leith Conservation Trust says Gavin Corbett.

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At the inaugural Local Government Information Unit Councillor Achievement awards last night, Green councillor Gavin Corbett was the winner of the environmental impact award, one of eight awards on the […]

Green councillor wins environmental impact award

At the inaugural Local Government Information Unit Councillor Achievement awards last night, Green councillor Gavin Corbett was the winner of the environmental impact award, one of eight awards on the […]

Green councillors have claimed a “trust gulf” remains between school communities in Edinburgh affected by a buildings fiasco in 2016 and the private company in charge of the schools. 

Edinburgh PPP schools fiasco: trust gulf remains, say Greens

Green councillors have claimed a “trust gulf” remains between school communities in Edinburgh affected by a buildings fiasco in 2016 and the private company in charge of the schools. 

Scottish Greens have criticised the UK Government for extending the Universal Credit roll-out in Edinburgh when problems with the new system still have not yet been resolved.

Greens warn as Universal Credit comes to Edinburgh

Scottish Greens have criticised the UK Government for extending the Universal Credit roll-out in Edinburgh when problems with the new system still have not yet been resolved.