The £300 million transformation of Candleriggs Square in Glasgow’s Merchant City has reached another significant development milestone with the completion of structural work for a 346-apartment build-to-rent (BTR) complex, forward funded by Legal & General. Candleriggs Development 2
An in-principle agreement has been reached with housing developers on the removal of unsafe cladding from buildings, the Scottish Government has said.
Age Scotland is calling on local authorities to provide a ‘one-stop shop’ to help older people adapt their homes for later life after new research found that the available services across the country are fragmented, inflexible and difficult to navigate. A new report “Making Adaptat
The Scottish Government is consulting on measures that will save businesses time and money by making it easier to install renewable energy equipment.
Elderpark Housing has appointed established property maintenance business Timetra as its new reactive repairs contractor. The company will take over the reactive repairs contract from June 1.
The complex nature of Scotland’s land ownership along with a variety of sometimes unworkable title deeds and various legislative introductions over the past two decades has meant that more than ever organisations must ensure they have competent and knowledgeable factoring teams who can provide
Property developer and asset manager Sovereign Centros has secured approval from Glasgow City Council for its outline masterplan proposals for the reimagination of St. Enoch Centre in Glasgow, which includes up to 917 homes and a four-star hotel.
A planning application to build 20 apartments and a convenience store on the site of a disused Glasgow pub has been rejected.
Glasgow-based energy services firm Union Technical has commenced work to retrofit more than 300 homes in Dumfries. Work has begun this week on a £1.5 million upgrade of the four-in-a-block sandstone flats at the town’s Sandside Estate, which were constructed in the 1930s.
Scotland’s Housing Network (SHN) has joined in partnership with Scotland’s local authorities to manage Scotland’s Housing Options Toolkit. As a result, SHN has appointed Leza Lafferty as learning/development officer and as the main contact for the new Housing Options Toolkit.
Businesses from across the country gathered in Glasgow this month to recognise good practice, innovation and excellence in providing goods and services to Scotland's public sector.
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has brought forward detailed plans for 110 new homes on former railway land in Kelvindale, with an agreement in place to add a pedestrian footway to a nearby bridge.
Audrey Simpson and John Duncan have accepted leading positions on the board of Partick Thistle Charitable Trust (PTCT) following the resignation of Randle Wilson. The director for Scotland at Home Group, Audrey Simpson was nominated to take on the role of chair, while John Duncan, the inve
Housing minister Paul McLennan MSP has officially opened Townhead House, Kingdom Housing Association’s £8.9 million dementia-friendly development at Primrose Place, Alloa. The 60 affordable new homes, all for social rent, have been designed to support Clackmannanshire Council’s sus
The winners of this year’s Homes for Scotland (HFS) awards were announced last week with a special focus on social, sustainable and environmental values. The event, which was attended by 1,000 senior representatives from across the home building sector and hosted by political satirist and impr