Edinburgh



Flooring company sentenced for health and safety failing

A flooring contractor has been fined after an employee fell through a void in the floor of a buildin ...

Published 8 September 2016

ISG enters final phase of University of Edinburgh revamp

After successfully completing the first two phases of a major refurbishment project for the Universi ...

Published 8 September 2016

Homes for Scotland laments lack of homes within Edinburgh’s LDP

The long-awaited approval of Edinburgh’s Local Development Plan (LDP) will not deliver the numbe ...

Published 6 September 2016

Scottish National Gallery transformation plans approved

Work on a £16.8 million extension to the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh began in earnest th ...

Published 1 September 2016

Interserve completes Edinburgh Premier Inn

Interserve has completed work on a new Premier Inn in Edinburgh. Located within the New Town and Wo ...

Published 1 September 2016

Edinburgh to progress city centre cycle link

Councillors in Edinburgh have agreed to proceed with a project to create a family-friendly west to ...

Published 31 August 2016

‘Design flaws to blame’ for Royal Hospital for Sick Children delay

Pressure to meet deadlines and “seriously flawed” designs are to blame for a six month delay to ...

Published 30 August 2016

Plans unveiled for new Edinburgh Airport access road

Edinburgh Airport is to build a new access road after revealing the current route is “absolutely ...

Published 29 August 2016

Edinburgh construction firm director jailed for £275,000 VAT fraud

The director of an Edinburgh construction company, who lied about her business expenses in a VAT fra ...

Published 25 August 2016

Port of Leith Housing Association secures £35m for new housing

Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has secured a new £35 million private funding facility to ...

Published 24 August 2016

Collapsed firms delay Edinburgh’s £150m Sick Kids hospital

The opening of a £150 million hospital in Edinburgh has been delayed by at least six months after c ...

Published 23 August 2016

Holyrood Park Distillery gets planning go ahead

Proposals for a new distillery and bespoke visitor experience within a 19th century Engine Shed bui ...

Published 19 August 2016

Music school plan for Royal High School gains full council approval

The fate of Edinburgh’s Old Royal High School has moved a step closer to being decided after the C ...

Published 18 August 2016

Plans for 2,000 homes at Edinburgh Marina receive full approval

The City of Edinburgh Council’s development management committee has given the green light to a ...

Published 18 August 2016

Edinburgh trams inquiry could pave way for criminal prosecutions

The Edinburgh trams inquiry could result in criminal prosecutions, according to its chair Lord Ha ...

Published 18 August 2016