The latest news and press releases from the Edinburgh Liberal Democrats

Local updates from our Councillors, MSP and MP can be found on their respective pages.

Edinburgh-wide news


A local budget that stands up for Edinburgh

With a still difficult financial backdrop facing the city, Liberal Democrat councillors are presenting a fully costed budget plan that seeks to deliver on what our constituents tell us matter most.

25 Feb 2022

Edinburgh deserves a more ambitious Low Emission Zone

SNP and Labour councillors have again backed a city centre-only Low Emission Zone (LEZ) that could push more polluting traffic to other parts of the City, while Lib Dems call for an Edinburgh-wide LEZ covering goods vehicles, buses and coaches.

24 Jan 2022

Lib Dems push for more zebra crossings

At yesterday's City of Edinburgh Council meeting, Morningside Councillor Neil Ross persuaded the Council to improve pedestrian access across Edinburgh cost-effectively.

26 Nov 2021

News from Local Councillors, MSPs and MPs

Gogarloch Road Speeding

After concerns were raised by residents, the Lib Dem team have been working to secure Council action on speeding on Gogarloch Road.

1 Nov 2023
Councillors in North Gyle
Drum Brae / Gyle

North Gyle Flooding Update

The ‘mini flood study’ secured for North Gyle is now moving ahead, and engagement with the North Gyle Flood Group has begun.

1 Nov 2023

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