Get into Home Building students celebrate their success at a special graduation event at Edinburgh College Twenty-five young people have successfully completed a six week Prince’s Trust ‘Get into Home Building’ programme, which helps unemployed young people gain practical skills and experience
A proposal for Perth & Kinross Council to become a Living Wage Accredited employer will be considered by councillors next week. Established in April 2014 by the Poverty Alliance, with Scottish Government funding, the Scottish Living Wage Accreditation Initiative aims to increase the number of em
(from left) Dougie Herd, construction director, Campion Homes; Councillor Rhona Brock; Councillor Ann Cowan and Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association Crieff Councillors Ann Cowan and Rhona Brock have paid a site visit to inspect progress on a £2 million redevelopment on the site
East Lothian Council has concluded a legal agreement worth £8.3 million to purchase 71 flats and houses on two sites at Hallhill, Dunbar from Mansell Homes (part of the Balfour Beatty group). The houses, which will become part of the council’s housing stock, will be built by local firm Hart Build
Waverley Housing’s Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday in St John’s Church Hall, Hawthorn Road, Galashiels. Tenants and guests had an opportunity to give their opinions at the ‘Have Your Say’ area and also browse information stands on display and receive information from Waverley’
Homes at the Commonwealth Games Athletes’ Village looks set to be fully occupied well ahead of schedule. Increased interest from buyers coinciding with the first anniversary of the Games saw around 50 homes sold in just one month, meaning that only 20 of the 300 private homes are still available t
The Highland Council has launched online consultations to discuss planning and housing issues across the region. A review of the council's main planning policy document, the Highland-wide Local Development Plan (HWLDP), is also included.
The Hillcrest Group has achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People (IIYP) Silver Accreditation in recognition of their commitment to the training and development of young people. Lesley Pert, Hillcrest’s HR manager, said: “We are delighted to receive the Investors in Young People Silver
Elaine McShane hands over the cheque to Michael Aries of HIV Scotland Glen Oaks Housing Association has become the first housing association in Scotland to deliver a vital cash boost to an HIV charity.
A Bield very sheltered housing development in Airdrie is looking for tech savvy volunteers and social activity assistants to help expand and enhance the activities offered to its tenants. Broomfield Gardens requires Silver Surfer tutors on a Monday morning or afternoon to support a group of tenants
The number of children in temporary accommodation in Scotland has increased by 626 in a year, official figures have shown. The quarterly Homelessness in Scotland bulletin from Scotland’s Chief Statistician found that 4,896 children were in temporary accommodation on 30 June 2015 – an increase of