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A group of ng homes tenants are ensuring their landlord delivers the best possible services to its customers and also highlighting where improvements need to be made. Tenants Scrutiny Panels are made up of tenants whose aim is to have greater transparency in how Housing Associations operate and to h

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A law banning so-called ‘revenge evictions’ in England was passed yesterday by the House of Lords. Passed as part of the Deregulation Bill, the new law will prohibit landlords from evicting tenants who complain about conditions in their homes.

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A Scottish Parliament committee has sent evidence that shows the link between the UK government’s welfare reform and an increase in the use of food banks to Scotland Office minister David Mundell MP. The move by the Welfare Reform Committee follows a call from Mr Mundell to show him evidence of th

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Over half a million people in Scotland lived on less than half the average income in 2012/13 while six in ten people in relative poverty were in severe or extreme poverty, new data has revealed.Analysis by the Scottish Government shows 510,000 people were classed as living in households in severe o

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LHC Scotland will be delivering a presentation as part of CIH Scotland’s ‘Bite-Size Sessions’ at this year’s Annual Housing Conference & Exhibition. A fabric first approach is essential to help ensure homes are low carbon, warm and energy efficient. LHC Technical Manager, Peter Thompson,

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