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It’s getting close to that time of year again when SHARE is waiting for entries for its Committee/Board Learner of the Year. In terms of the Scottish Housing Regulator’s nine year rule, this is a great way for committee/board members to show that they are continuing to learn, be it attending a c

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The national roll out of Universal Credit continued yesterday with the benefit now available to new single claimants in Kirkwall, Lerwick and Stornoway. Universal Credit, the new benefit that will replace Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment Support Allowance, Income Support, Tax Credits and Housing

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An eco-friendly house designed by New College Lanarkshire students has begun to take shape. The Curriculum House project at Ravenscraig, which has attracted international interest, has now entered its main construction phase.

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A Scotland-wide people power campaign to cut the cost of electricity and gas in Scotland is being launched today. The Big Energy Switch campaign, supported by a national TV and radio campaign, aims to use the huge buying power of 20,000 Scottish households to unlock group-discounted energy in Scotla

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Tenants of Bield’s retirement housing development in Penicuik have been hard at work knitting blankets for impoverished children and older people in Romania. When tenants of Baldwin Court heard of the efforts of their local church, St Mungo’s, to send blankets to the poor in Romania, a group of

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John Blackwood A petition supporting landlords and letting agents in the Private Rented Sector (PRS) in Scotland and opposing the introduction of rent controls has gained more than 3,000 signatures.

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Mary Taylor The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has urged the record cohort of SNP MPs heading to Westminster to make the devolution of further powers to Scotland a priority.

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