Shaping our city for future generations
Edinburgh has set an ambitious target for Edinburgh to be carbon neutral by 2030. We want everyone in every community to benefit from the city’s success, and make neighbourhoods great places for people to live in. To achieve our ambitious target, we need to make changes to how we manage and develop our city. This will be challenging.
We’ve already approved a programme to transform our city centre so that people come first. We’ve committed to building 20,000 affordable and low-cost homes by 2027. We’re committed to improving air quality by introducing a low emission zone.
These are just three of the many ways in which we’re working to meet our bold ambitions.
We’re developing two long-term strategies which will set out the way we shape and transform our city. We need to know what you think of our proposed plans:
- Choices for City Plan 2030 sets out options for how we could develop our city sustainably over the next ten years
- City Mobility Plan proposes radical changes as to how people and goods move around our city.
You can find out more about both projects at www.edinburgh.gov.uk/futureedinburgh
Respond to the Choices and City Mobility Plan consultations
The consultations on both strategies are now live and will run until Tuesday 31st March 2020.
Choices for City Plan 2030
City Mobility Plan
Talk to us
The Choices for City Plan 2030 and the City Mobility Plan are about Edinburgh’s future and the city we leave for generations to come. Your views are important.
You can find out by speaking to us at our drop-in events and get help with filling out our online questionnaire at our ‘surgeries’.
Find out about our engagement events
Keep up to date
You can keep up to date with the City Plan 2030 project by:
Visiting the website at gov.uk/cityplan2030
Subscribing to this blog at https://planningedinburgh.com
Following us on twitter at @planningedin
Join in the conversation by using the #cityplan2030 hashtag
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