01/03/2024 10.00 am
Virtual Meeting - via Microsoft Teams
The City of Edinburgh Council is committed to providing residents with an open and accessible decision-making process. Council meetings where decisions on both city-wide and local issues are made will be webcast. You will now be able to see how decisions which affect you or your community are reached, without having to attend in person.
Recent and upcoming webcasts are displayed on this page. To view, click on the title and the webcast will begin automatically.
All webcast meetings will also be held in an online archive and can be accessed at any time by clicking on the Webcast library link.
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Webcasts are normally archived within two days of the meeting date and are available to watch for five years from the live date. If you have missed any of our webcasts or would like to watch a section or meeting again, you can view the archive at any time. There are links in the webcast which allow you to jump to a specific agenda point or speaker.
Click the Share button at the top of a webcast player page to share the short link via social media sites or email. For a live webcast, these share features are available from the player page on the day of the webcast. For an archived webcast, you can also choose to share a particular agenda item.
You can follow the City of Edinburgh Council on Twitter and receive news updates and a reminder of when we will be webcasting meetings. You can join in the debate on Twitter with the hashtag #edinwebcast.
We welcome your feedback and you can make comments using the feedback link above the webcast or email comments directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are having problems viewing our webcast you can use the Help page to find out more about webcasting, how it works, and what you will need to watch the service.