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Pinsent Masons partner Katherine Metcalfe discusses the expansion of the Single Building Assessment programme. The Scottish Government’s cladding remediation programme continues to generate law reform with the announcement yesterday that the Single Building Assessment (SBS) programme

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Andrew Kubski, director of development and asset management at WSHA, believes a pioneering housing project in Glasgow can offer insights for other projects wanting to procure and develop to the Passivhaus standard. West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) is currently developing the largest

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TIS chief executive, Ilene Campbell, outlines the TIS and its members’ response to the Scottish Government’s Rented Sector Strategy consultation. The Tenants Information Service (TIS) recently welcomed the opportunity to respond to the Scottish Government’s consultation: A New Deal

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In a joint effort with Ronnie MacRae, chief executive at Communities Housing Trust (CHT), Mike Staples, chief executive at South of Scotland Community Housing (SOSCH), shares examples of how communities use recycled buildings for placemaking, climate goals, and new housing supply. We have 43,00

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In the latest in the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion blog series from the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE), Paul Willis, Brian Beach and the DICE team from Housing LIN explain that housing schemes for older people help to alleviate loneliness, however, 

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Edinburgh Poverty Commission member and former Link Group chief executive Craig Sanderson makes the case for a clear definition of the term 'affordable' housing. As usual, David Bookbinder gets to the heart of an issue in his piece on 13th April - 'Talk of a unified rental sector is pie in the sky'.

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Ash Sheikh, sales and marketing director of Muir Homes, describes how developers are factoring in the needs of home workers into the designs of new homes. Homeworking or a combination of work split between home and office is here to stay. All the evidence points to the hybrid work pattern remaining,

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With new heat and smoke alarm legislation coming into effect in February and changes to fire standards within Scottish building regulations likely to be made later this year, Chris McGinn at PfH Scotland believes there are three priorities that housing providers in Scotland must focus on. Fire

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