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Implementing agency : The City of Edinburgh Council
We have been meeting with the City of Edinburgh Council officials to anticipate potential problems and ensure that there are no last-minute surprises.
City of Edinburgh VC have increased participation in their sport by more than 100 per cent in the past 18 months.
City of Edinburgh Council applied for a permanence order with authority for adoption under section 80 of the Adoption and Children (Scotland) Act 2007, for IS who was aged four and subject to a supervision requirement.
5; 4 Sale 14; 5 City of Edinburgh 12; 6 Notts AC 10; 7 Mansfield 9.
Stewart Henderson, Architect and Director of Property Services, City of Edinburgh District Council
With a convenient location, the site is just 10 miles west of Scotland's capital city of Edinburgh on the A904 and seven miles from Edinburgh Airport.
03 Contract Award Notice - Successful Supplier(s): The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to appoint up to ten organisations who deliver Clerk of Works Services to provide professional consultancy services for an undefined programme of construction, alteration, repair and maintenance works.
GREGOR TAIT of City of Edinburgh took the 400m individual medley in just 4:29.
City of Edinburgh Council Leader, Keith Geddes said: "Safety remains paramount and measures include the need for people to have party passes to enter the event arena in the city centre.
The City of Edinburgh Council wishes to appoint up to 10 organisations who deliver Clerk of Works Services to provide professional consultancy services for an undefined programme of construction, alteration, repair and maintenance works.
The fast-paced race - brought to Edinburgh by Sweetspot, EventScotland and the City of Edinburgh Council - will see some of Britain's top professional teams competing on a challenging course, which includes cobbles, hairpin bends and a tough sharp climb.
Sean Dalgety, son of City of Edinburgh deputy council leader Susan Dalgety, had his leg broken in eight places in the horrific assault.
Jim McFarlane, director of projects for City of Edinburgh Council and Lothian and Edinburgh Enterprise said: "Last year the Edinburgh economy benefited to the tune of almost pounds 30million with more people from outwith Scotland coming to Edinburgh to join in the Hogmanay celebrations.
02 Contract Notice: The City of Edinburgh Council intends to put a Contract in place for the supply of hot beverages, including coffee, tea and hot chocolate; with the provision of the required equipment and related consumables.