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Rhona McMillan, communications manager, at the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness, discusses the importance of language in talking about homelessness. The other week, I was delighted to be part of a panel hosted by the University of Glasgow’s Road to Home initiative on the role of language a

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Fraser Lynes explains why Cruden Homes' age-exclusive development is a new example of a low-carbon-footprint community. When it comes to finding the perfect home, everyone has their own list of essentials, whether that’s a home office, proximity to transport links, space for family get-togethe

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Eddie Marley, who chairs Reidvale Housing Association's Management Committee, responds to an opinion piece published by Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations director David Bookbinder regarding Reidvale's proposed transfer to Places for People Scotland. We were disappointed

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The proposed takeover of Reidvale Housing Association in the east end of Glasgow could be seen as a farce if it weren’t so disturbing, according to the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations  (GWSF) director David Bookbinder. This week, Reidvale announced that the pref

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Employment law specialists Caroline Carr and Katie Hendry highlight the key consideration to be addressed by housing associations when dealing with settlement agreements. As employment lawyers, we regularly receive instructions (from employees and businesses) to advise on exits, “protected con

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New Clyde Gateway chief executive Martin McKay outlines his future vision for the area, particularly in relation to achieving net zero, and reveals how the green transition also presents an opportunity for job creation, economic growth, and sustainable development, whilst addressing climate cha

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Chris Dougray, executive director at CBRE Scotland, provides his take on whether rent controls are a good or bad thing for the housing market. Over the last four decades, the number of homes in Scotland has increased by 34% to 2.65m (in 2020). Within the Scottish housing market, 15% of househol

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Shelter Scotland director Alison Watson reflects on the appointment of the new housing minister, the Temporary Accommodation Task and Finish Group report and looks forward to what it means for the charity's work. Paul McLennan, the new housing minister in Humza Yousaf's government, has his work cut

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