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A tenant of Bield’s Craigengar Park retirement housing development in West Lothian has gone the extra mile by raising more than £2,000 in a charity walk for two local schools. John Thompson embarked on an 11 and a half mile walk from the Livingston development to Hearts’ Tynecastle Stadium in E

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Scottish Gas has become the first company to support Shelter Scotland’s campaign calling for a fairer deal for renters. The Make Renting Right campaign aims to give tenants and their families in the private rented sector long-term security in their homes. Campaign objectives include fairer tenancy

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Geraldine Howley has been appointed president of the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) following the organisation’s AGM. Geraldine, who is chief executive of Bradford-based housing group Incommunities and has been CIH vice president for the past 12 months, takes over the role from Steve Stride.

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A new housing development in Bearsden is in the running for a top industry award before it has even opened. St Andrew’s View is a prestigious collection of 20 one and two-bed modern apartments, located on the site of the former St Andrew’s College in Bearsden.

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More flexibility in the system for seeking repossession of properties in the private rented sector has been welcomed by the Faculty of Advocates. Initial proposals by the Scottish Government last year had listed eight grounds for landlords to use for repossession, and each was to be mandatory – if

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