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CITY council chiefs have pulled plans for a massive housing development between Edinburgh and Musselburgh just days after critics rounded on them for attempting to ignore a Court of Session judge's ruling ordering them to halt the project.
EDINBURGH Zoo bosses have been forced to halt work on the panda enclosure because they did not apply for planning permission, the Evening News can reveal.
A PLANNING application to build a house beside a city nursery has been rejected.
IT IS best-known as a magnet for raucous rugby fans and rowdy stag nights. But now Edinburgh's Rose Street is set for a radical overhaul - with the help of Prince Charles's architecture charity.
EDINBURGH's waterfront is to be promoted as the Scottish capital's next "great street" in a bid to revive stalled plans for its regeneration.
Applications have been lodged with the city council for two housing developments at Newcraighall.
A CITY councillor has been left red faced after her cafe business lasted less than a fortnight - because it was breaching planning rules.
HEARTS and Edinburgh Rugby would move into a new 25,000-seat stadium in the west of the city under ambitious proposals by Rangers supremo Sir David Murray's property company.
MASSIVE new signs on a McDonald's restaurant are set to get the go-ahead - despite angering residents.
FOR almost 150 years it stood as a symbol of Edinburgh's proud brewing heritage. But now the site of the famous Fountainbridge brewery is being earmarked for a vibrant new canalside district.
EDINBURGH's landmark former school for the deaf is being lined up for a five-star hotel development.
A DEAL to revive a £300 million development in Edinburgh's Old Town has been scuppered, The Scotsman can reveal.
A NEW cap has been put on the height of buildings in the Haymarket area, after the Scottish Government threw out plans for a 17-storey hotel.
IT WAS billed as one of the most exciting city centre projects in Europe.
LONG-AWAITED plans to extend one of Scotland's leading theatres have come under fire by Edinburgh's main heritage watchdog.
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a £7 million waste plant on Edinburgh's waterfront were killed off yesterday.
A TOWERING five-star hotel has been dropped from a multi-million pound development earmarked for a notorious gap site next to Edinburgh's Haymarket railway station.
PUB and restaurant bosses today accused council chiefs of "profiteering" after it emerged that more than £200,000 has been raked in from charges for outside tables and chairs.