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UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence (CaCHE) director Ken Gibb welcomes the launch of the Housing to 2040 roadmap and, after reading it several times, reflects on its intent, actions and aims for positive change. On Thursday, March 18, I participated in a panel session run by the Chartered I

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It's been a year this month since we entered lockdown for the first time in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and I’m sure none of us imagined this would be the case when we left our offices to work from home in March 2020. Many of us who are able to are still working from home. At Kingdom,

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While there is much to commend in the Scottish Government's Housing to 2040 strategy, Shelter Scotland's assistant director for communications and advocacy, Gordon MacRae, said its stated goals represent a shortfall in the minimum number of social homes required to address housing. The Scottish

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Private residential landlords would be wise to take notice of Scotland’s first wrongful termination order. It establishes the fact that the law has teeth and can bite, writes Paul Harper. The wrongful termination order is a ruling which underpins the fact that it could prove costly to evi

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In the week that the Scottish Government published Scotland’s first long-term housing strategy, housing and planning minister Kevin Stewart tells Scottish Housing News about the background of Housing to 2040, the principles behind the strategy and what is required to achieve its aims. Hou

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With all of Holyrood’s political parties now supporting Housing First ahead of May’s election, Professor Sarah Johnsen, an expert in homelessness policy based with I-SPHERE at Heriot-Watt University, explains why the approach is attractive to politicians looking for an effective, evidenc

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Following the tragic news that a young man died of a drug overdose days after leaving his rehabilitation placement, Homeless Action Scotland communications and engagement manager Garry Burns offers a practical housing solution to help prevent similar deaths from happening in the futur

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CIH’s role as the professional body is to champion the role that housing professionals play in making a difference to people's lives every day and to unite housing professionals across the whole sector. Or as we put it formally in our mission statement “to support housing professionals t

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Rodney White suggests that Westminster and Holyrood should "step up to the plate" and fund infrastructure specifically for housebuilding projects. "Build back infrastructure" is not as snappy or alliterative as the build-back-better mantra favoured by politicians who believe that post-Covid-19 there

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