The number of households around Scotland’s biggest cities and within its two National Parks is projected to rise by up to 24%, according to new statistics. Figures published yesterday by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) show that the number of households is projected to grow in the regions a
Willie Rennie Meeting the needs for affordable housing is a particularly important step towards tackling poverty, cutting family living costs and building opportunities, the Scottish Liberal Democrats have said.
Budget management with financial inclusion worker Barry Wood Staff from Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) have visited Tweedbank School in Galashiels to give children a taste of some possible future careers.
Greenock charity RIG Arts has kicked off its two year long arts and regeneration project ‘Up The Broomy!’ with the help of singer-songwriter James Grant and visual artist Aideen Doran. ‘Up The Broomy!’ is an ambitious publicly engaged arts project based in the Broomhill area of Greenock and
Sheltered housing support services provided by Aberdeenshire Council have continued to perform to a high standard, according to the latest report by the Care Inspectorate. The service provides housing support to 1500 sheltered housing tenants across the region. Service users have a wide range of nee
The average homeowner in Scotland bought their first home aged 27, will live in eight different properties and will spend £25,213 on redecorating during their lifetime, according to new research. Scots will typically move out of their parent’s home at 21 years old and reside in two rental propert
More than half of first time buyers are now dependent on family money to raise the deposit on a home of their own, new research from Nationwide Mortgages has revealed. Almost a third (31%) said that they would be calling on the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’, while eight% were reliant on other relatives
Audrey Simpson Ardenglen Housing Association has announced that Audrey Simpson, the current head of regeneration & digital business at Queens Cross Housing Association, will take over as the new chief executive of Ardenglen at the beginning of June.
Scottish Land & Estates has called for Scotland’s planning system to create more flexible rural housing policies to support delivery of rural housing and self-build homes. Publishing its response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the future of the Scottish planning system, the org