Adam Lang Adam Lang at Shelter Scotland outlines the importance of new research which reveals what people in Britain regard as essential attributes for their homes.
Professor Karen Turner and Dr Fiona Riddoch from the University of Strathclyde Centre for Energy Policy outline why new thinking shows energy efficiency investment can cut costs, improve health and boost the economy. On 6th September 2016 Nicola Sturgeon announced a stimulus package to support the S
David Bookbinder LHA restrictions will hamper the Scottish Government’s plan to deliver 50,000 homes over the next five years, writes David Bookbinder.
Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) caught up with Kyle Adamson, who started with the Association in August as an apprentice plumber. How did you find out about the apprenticeship?
ARK Housing Association chief executive, Jane Gray, writes about how its Citizenship Policy came about. Last month we launched the ARK Citizenship Policy. The policy provides an overarching framework for all person centred and outcomes focussed practice that ARK employs. It sets what we do in the co
Ellie Hutchinson By Ellie Hutchinson, private renting project manager at Shelter Scotland
Harry Smith Housebuilder contributions to the cost of new surgeries will not solve the problem of under-pressure GP services, writes Harry Smith, Partner at Gillespie Macandrew
By Nora Uhrig, policy officer at Shelter Scotland How do you break free from a cycle of poverty when you grow up in a home that makes you ill and reduces your chance of going to and finishing school?
James Battye By James Battye, policy officer with Shelter Scotland
Daryl McIntosh Daryl McIntosh advises property managers to be well-prepared ahead of the introduction of new rules next year.
John Perry There is no doubt that the introduction of document checks has increased the incentive for landlords to discriminate. So what can be done? CIH policy adviser John Perry explains.
Chris Bartter By Chris Bartter – Campaign for Freedom of Information in Scotland
Rachael Clark By Rachael Clark, service manager for the Shelter Scotland Glasgow Housing Support & Prevent Service
By Aoife Deery, policy officer at Shelter Scotland The Scottish Government recently launched a consultation on what will be the new Scottish Social Security System which will deliver devolved benefits in Scotland. This development comes on the back of the Smith Commission which was set up after the
Mike Bruce Weslo were one of the first social landlords in Scotland to venture into the private rented sector market. Ahead of next week’s Shelter Scotland conference on the private rented sector, Mike Bruce, Weslo’s chief executive, shares his perspective on this move.