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Nine rogue landlords have been barred from renting properties in Glasgow after failing to meet legal obligations. Glasgow City Council's licensing and regulatory committee found that the men, six of whom owned flats in the Govanhill area, were unfit to rent out property after all landlords failed to

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Plans to build 150 new houses in the Broughty Ferry area of Dundee have been rejected by councillors despite having been recommended for approval by council officers. Kirkwood Homes had submitted plans to Dundee City Council’s development management committee which would have seen up to 150 houses

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What does a day in planning enforcement look like? A pertinent question for Katherine Pollard, the network manager at the RTPI’s National Association of Planning Enforcement (NAPE). Since my first day in 2015 I’ve been guided and am working alongside a dedicated voluntary committee which represe

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Frances Snee, empty homes adviser at Shelter Scotland, visits Argyll to see the successful completion of an empty home renovation. I was lucky enough to go on a day trip across the water to Dunoon the other week. I’d been invited by Argyll and Bute’s Empty Homes Officer Kelly Ferns. Kelly was in

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A quarter of tenants that rent in Scotland have described their current renting conditions as a “nightmare”, higher than anywhere else in the UK, according to new research. A study by Help-Link.co.uk in partnership with property expert Paul Shamplina explored the renting market within Scotland,

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Developers have submitted plans to build more than 200 homes in Perthshire, the Evening Telegraph has reported. Springfield Properties has lodged its proposal for 217 houses, a quarter of which will be affordable, to Perth and Kinross Council for the site at Glenalmond Road, Rattray, by Blairgowrie.

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