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Young Scots resigned to a life without home ownership

Fewer than half of people aged between 20 and 45 are making financial plans to save for a house while the number of those saving for a deposit has fallen, according to a new report.

Published 8 April 2015

UK: Homeless family wins Supreme Court appeal to stay in London

A single mother-of-five has successfully challenged a council’s decision that it had discharged its duty to house her homeless family by offering accommodation in another local authority area more than 50 miles away.

Published 8 April 2015

Scottish Gas home improvement investment spreads to Greenock

Scottish Gas is beginning work on a major project in Greenock that will transform the homes of families in over 500 properties.

Published 8 April 2015

Just A Minute with Magnus Walker at PfH Scotland

Name: Magnus Walker

Published 8 April 2015

First home on site at new Niddrie housing development

Work is well underway at a new housing development in Niddrie as the first home arrives on site at the development of 66 new homes.

Published 7 April 2015

River Clyde Homes striving to keep customers involved

River Clyde Homes is continuing its commitment to involve customers in the way it provides its services.

Published 7 April 2015

Russian medal for Bield’s war hero tenant

Surprised tenants at a Bield retirement housing development in Edinburgh have been paid a visit by Vladimir Putin’s top diplomat in Scotland, armed with a prestigious war medal and a large bottle of Russian vodka – to award a long standing tenant.

Published 7 April 2015

Viewpoint holds latest Health and Wellbeing event

Stockbridge played host to the latest of Viewpoint’s Health and Wellbeing events.

Published 7 April 2015

Partick Housing Association welcomes new chief executive

The board of Partick Housing Association has announced the appointment of its new chief executive.

Published 7 April 2015

Edinburgh commits £3m towards warmer private homes

The City of Edinburgh Council is to spend at least £3.3 million to make private homes across the capital warmer, more environmentally friendly and cheaper to heat.

Published 7 April 2015

£5.8m development boosts quality of life for Edinburgh’s frail and elderly

A £5.8 million housing development built to enhance the quality of life for the frail and elderly in Edinburgh is now complete.

Published 7 April 2015

£14m loan scheme launched to help tackle fuel poverty

Scotland’s most vulnerable households will receive help to make their homes cheaper to heat following a £103 million investment to tackle fuel poverty.

Published 7 April 2015

£2.5m to improve River Clyde Homes tenants’ homes in Greenock

River Clyde Homes and Inverclyde Council are together investing £2.5 million to improve the quality of customers’ homes and to enhance the environment of the John Street area of Greenock.

Published 7 April 2015

105 more Midlothian homes to receive energy efficient insulation

Melville Housing Association, Midlothian’s largest registered social landlord, is to fit an additional 105 homes in Mayfield with energy efficient insulation, making them both warmer and significantly cheaper to run.

Published 7 April 2015

SBHA launches new customer services model

Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has announced the appointment of Documotive as the selected provider of a new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software system which will enable service improvement by allowing staff instant access to a complete picture of SBHA tenants and customers.

Published 7 April 2015