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City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans for a £1.8m 600-seat theatre and centre for the performing arts at Charlotte Baptist Chapel in Rose Street.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans from Granton Central Developments for its Edinburgh Marina development at Granton Harbour, including a 300-berth dock, retail space and the creation of 800 jobs.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans for a £700m development called International Business Gateway, including 1.3m sq ft of offices, hotels and leisure facilities.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans for the £60m regeneration of The Registers in the city centre, including new offices, shops and 700 jobs.
City of Edinburgh Council is backing plans for the creation of the £2m Holyrood Park single malt whisky distillery, with the creation of 25 jobs.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans from TH Real Estate for a 210-bedroom luxury hotel, as part of a £850m city centre regeneration.
City of Edinburgh Council is considering plans to replace Meadowbank athletics stadium with a new £43m sports centre.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans from Artisan Real Estate Investors for a £150m development at Caltongate, including retail, leisure and office space.
City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans from Chris Stewart Group to develop a 239-bed four-star hotel at Baxter's Place.
City of Edinburgh Council has unveiled plans for a new velodrome and cycling facility at the Jack Kane Sports Centre.
City of Edinburgh Council is seeking a contractor to build a 30,000-tonnes-a-year anaerobic digestion plant at Millerhill in Midlothian by 2015.
City of Edinburgh Council has identified a suitable location in the city centre for the main headquarters of the new cultural agency Creative Scotland, which will start operating this summer.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider proposals from Muirhall Energy to set up an anaerobic digestion plant at the Clifton Trading Estate, in order to recycle up to 40,000 tonnes of food waste a year.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans for the £25m expansion of the Cameron Toll shopping centre, including 11 new retail units, restaurants, a cinema and the creation of up to 500 jobs.
City of Edinburgh Council is to receive plans from Henderson Global Investors for the £850m redevelopment of St James Shopping Centre, including new shops, two hotels and flats.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from Tiger Developments for the £200m redevelopment of Haymarket, including a five-star 180-bed InterContinental hotel and a 246-bed Travelodge.
City of Edinburgh Council is seeking a 200,000 sq ft office to relocate a further 1,500 staff, having just transferred 1,800 staff to its new headquarters at Waverley Court.
City of Edinburgh Council is planning to build a £15m arena to replace the Ross Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens.
City of Edinburgh Council and AM Development have announced proposals for the £200m redevelopment of Princes Street, including up to 500,000 sq ft of additional retail space.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from the Fountain North consortium for the £200m redevelopment of eight acres of S&N's Fountainbridge brewery site, including new shops, offices and homes.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans for the development of a £200m biomedical research park next to the new Royal Infirmary, and construction is expected to start next year.
City of Edinburgh Council has announced plans for the £9m refurbishment of Usher Hall, including a new glass extension for a box office, administration and hospitality areas.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from the Southside Capital consortium for the £400m redevelopment of the 19-acre Royal Infirmary site, including offices, shops, homes and a hotel.
City of Edinburgh Council is planning to build a new £40m headquarters on a Railtrack site at Waverley Station, which will house 1,800 staff.
City of Edinburgh Council is expected to announce plans next month for a £25m expansion of the EICC international conference centre.
City of Edinburgh Council is expected to reveal proposals next month for the development of a tram service between the city centre and the £1bn Waterfront scheme.
City of Edinburgh Council and Miller Group have won provisional approval from the Scottish Executive to extend Edinburgh Park, which could lead to the creation of a further 20,000 service jobs at the business park.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from Waterfront Edinburgh for a £1bn urban redevelopment programme, which would include a new national museum for Scotland as well as housing, schools and commercial space.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from Royal & Sun Alliance for a £10m retail and office development at the west end of Princes Street.
City of Edinburgh Council is to consider plans from Edinburgh Gate, a Virgin Islands-based development group, for the construction of a 64-acre business park at the former Continental Tyre factory.
City of Edinburgh Council is linking up with Midlothian Council and Miller Ventures to build 5,800 new homes to the south east of Edinburgh, but the £500m project is expected to be delayed for some years by the planning process.