Edinburgh News: property
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
A continuation in the fall of house prices in East Central Scotland, has brought a rise in the number of house sales.
Edinburgh has won a "best in class" award in the annual Keep Scotland Beautiful awards run by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Edinburgh Council will be continuing talks with the Scottish Government and local government umbrella body COSLA over a funding shortfall for the second and third phases of flood prevention works o
Traditional Scottish buildings should not be seen as draughty old energy hogs, but rather as an asset, an energy efficiency seminar will be told in Edinburgh next week.
Leith Walk is to get a welcome boost through a £5.5 million improvement programme, the City of Edinburgh Council announced today (25 July).
Given the monstrous mismanagement of the Edinburgh trams project, and all the accompanying pain the saga has brought citizens over the years, it's sometimes a surprise to learn that actually parts of our local authority are quite respected by their profession.
Edinburgh City Council is raising concerns about removing cars and taxis from Waverley Station.
Charlotte Chapel, the independent Baptist church at the west end of Rose Street, is poised to buy St George’s West church in Shandwick Place for a reported non-binding bid of £1.55 million.
An action plan for Edinburgh's Old and New Towns will be launched this week to "promote and protect the iconic status" of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site (WHS).
At a photocall yesterday, housing leader Councillor Paul Edie handed the keys to tenant Lynsey Carmichael to one of "the first new council homes in Edinburgh for a generation" .
M1 Sandwich Shop on Easter Road has won the £3000 prize in a Leith shop front competition sponsored by Edinburgh City Council.
The historic Royal Mile in the Edinburgh Old Town, is to be given a Spring clean. The work will focus on making the street - which stretches from Edinburgh Castle down to Holyrood Palace - "feel better" to walk in and around, including painting utility boxes and litter bins, removing graffiti and weeds and repairs to other property.
The Lib Dem/SNP coalition announced that the passage of the Council's budget yesterday will see "a massive boost" of £26m investment in priority areas such as children and the most
Greyfriars Kirkyard (famous resting place of Greyfriars Bobby), a hidden Victorian shopfront on Nicolson Street, and a Victorian communal courtyard in
First Minister Alex Salmond uses the birthday of Robert Burns to launch the consultation document on the referendum, to be held in autumn 2014, on whether Scotland should be an independent country.