As reported on the BBC and elsewhere in the media, the Social Bite Village is another key step closer to opening (see here for background details to the project). Here's a good summing up from the Big Issue:
A Scottish “homeless village” has been given the go-ahead by councillors who approved its caravan licence. Social Bite, a social enterprise, had its proposals greenlit by City of Edinburgh Council’s licensing sub-committee this week, allowing up to 20 people to move to the Granton community in the north of the city. Plans for the 1.5-acre village were unveiled last year featuring energy efficient, eco-friendly, sustainable homes designed by architect Jonathan Avery of Tiny House Scotland.