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By Meg Deasley, senior consultant, Docherty Consulting Limited It is increasingly recognised by government bodies and promoted by organisations such as the Institute of Asset Management that understanding how well your assets are performing is a core business activity and involves the participation

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CIH is in a unique position to look at how housing policy is changing across the UK. With a policy presence in each nation it can take a look at the big picture. So what’s happening, what’s different, and what’s the same? Jon Barnes takes a look at the findings of CIH’s recent briefing for m

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Teresa Bray To coincide with the announcement of Scotland’s Energy Efficiency Programme pilots, which is expected any day now, Changeworks is developing a series of insight papers to inform the debate on how to best deliver the programme.

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By Tom Youll from Shelter Scotland’s Get advice project So now the dust has settled, the chairs have been stacked, the tables collapsed and the Shelter Scotland Product Forge Hackathon has come to an end. I thought I’d bring you all up to speed with how the weekend went, who the winners were and

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Antonia Bird This month the Filmhouse in Edinburgh are presenting a season celebrating the work of British director Antonia Bird. The season includes a rare screening of the 1993 film Safe, starring (amongst others) Robert Carlyle as a homeless Scot trying to eke out an existence on the streets of L

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Lyn Jardine As CIH Scotland, in association with Arneil Johnston, embarks on the next phase of its dementia programme, project manager Lyn Jardine of Lyn Jardine Consulting shares some of her reflections on dementia care in Scotland and blogs about the value of housing’s role in delivering person-

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