New Abbeyhill mural brings joy to older people
By Adam Lang, head of communications & policy at Shelter Scotland Shelter Scotland believes that the proposed reforms to the Private Rented Sector (PRS) tenancy that the Scottish Government is due to bring forward later this year represent a positive and progressive step forward and are sorely n
By Adam van Lohuizen, senior economic analyst at Shelter The impact of the cuts already made by the coalition government has been severe. And the government has pledged to make a further £12 billion reduction in welfare spending by 2017-18. But the task of making these cuts has got a whole lot hard
John McClarey with Weslo staff John McClarey, business development officer at CIH Scotland, charts his day shadowing staff at Weslo Housing Management.
Annie Mauger Following last year’s referendum on independence for Scotland and the SNP surge in the General Election, what does the future hold for the make-up of the UK? Annie Mauger, director of CIH’s national business units, shares her views ahead of Housing 2015.
Jimmy Black Cllr Jimmy Black counts his profits
Terrie Alafat New CIH chief executive Terrie Alafat reflects on her first month at the helm.
David Bookbinder David Bookbinder on the tricky issue of welfare in Scotland and the UK following last week’s general election result.
Julia Unwin David Cameron's victory speech has given a clear indication of the direction of the next parliament, says Julia Unwin chief executive of Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust. The emphasis on compassionate Conservatism gives us cause to hope the reforming Camer
Andrew Bulmer RICS UK Residential Director Andrew Bulmer on some of the issues and views driving the debate about rent control in the UK's private rented sector.
By Fiona King at Shelter Scotland I have a bit of sympathy (just a little) with General Election candidates, pounding the streets the length and breadth of the UK begging, persuading or shoring up their vote. Shelter Scotland was set up as a campaigning charity more than 45 years ago and we’re nev
Jimmy Black Cllr Black looks back to 1947
Chris Goulden Universal Credit can’t reduce poverty on its own, says Chris Goulden, head of poverty team at Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Hew Edgar By Hew Edgar, policy manger (Scotland) at RICS
Dear Editor It’s ironic that at a time when many are struggling to afford a home and make ends meet, a 6% annual rise in house prices will be viewed by some as a sign of recovery (Your Move report).