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A new I-SPHERE report reveals how housing associations and local authorities in England are using Fixed Term Tenancies. Beth Watts shares the main findings and reflects on their implications for the social housing sector. Since 2012, social landlords in England have been permitted to offer fixed ter

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Ingirid Deuling It’s not every day that you can claim to be the longest serving volunteer. Ingirid Deuling, currently a volunteer at Allan Park House in Stirling and a Bield board member, looks back on 35 golden years of volunteering and the experiences that have helped enrich her own life.

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The aspiration of young people and people on lower incomes to have their own home is being failed by the capital’s broken housing market, says Callum Chomczuk at CIH Scotland. Home ownership is increasingly out of reach, with young people expected to save large deposits in order to access mortgage

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Monique Campbell looks back on last week when Shelter Scotland took to the streets to highlight Glasgow City Council’s failings to provide support to homeless people. Glasgow City Council’s own figures show that it unlawfully failed to offer temporary accommodation to homeless people 3,025 times

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Ahead of yesterday’s protest by Shelter Scotland against the “shocking scale of unlawful activity” from Glasgow City Council in denying homeless people their rights, Adam Lang details the background and facts behind the demonstration. In Scotland we should be rightly proud of what is often ref

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Shawn Wood The LBTT relief for first-time buyers, which came into force on June 30th, is the latest in a series of moves by the Scottish Government to help people get on the property ladder, but buyers will struggle to compete for properties in city centres in the current climate, says Shawn Wood.

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