Homelessness

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The Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal for the petitioner and appellant in Glasgow City Council v X, a case that considered the extent of the statutory duty of councils to provide suitable temporary homeless accommodation that meets the assessed needs of homeless households.

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As part of a series of planned visits, members of Aberdeen City Council's Anti-Poverty and Inequality Committee visited Aberdeen Cyrenians last week to hear from staff and volunteers.

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A team of experts with personal and professional experience of homelessness is touring Scotland to find out what’s happening in services against a backdrop of unprecedented housing pressures. The All in For Change team will hold free events in Aberdeen, Greenock, Falkirk, Kirkcaldy and Clydeba

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North Ayrshire debt, welfare and housing advice charity CHAP has stepped up its Living Wage credentials and is urging others to get involved in its work. The dedicated homelessness-prevention charity has recently committed to being not just an accredited Living Wage employer but has also achiev

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Scottish Housing News’ new Charity Spotlight feature will highlight the vital work of charities across Scotland each Friday. To feature your local charity, whether housing-related or not, send your story and images to us at newsdesk@scottishnews.com. The Beautiful Game, a film inspired by

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An influential report that casts light on the alarming rise of homelessness in England has been crowned the best housing research of 2023. Led by a team of academics from Heriot-Watt University, the Homelessness Monitor: England 2023, has been singled out by the housing research website, Thinkhouse,

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