A drop-in event has been called for members of the public to discuss a proposed affordable housing development in Leven, Fife. The proposed development of 24 council homes - a mix of houses, cottage flats and bungalows - on the grounds of the former Kennoway Primary School on Langside Crescent will
Left to right: Lovell site manager Gil Lawrie; Shettleston Housing Association development officer Ronnie Bell; and Shettleston Community Growing Project coordinator Marion Bate. Young people in Shettleston, Glasgow, are set to benefit from a teambuilding trip partly funded by affordable housing dev
Parents and children enjoyed a fun-filled graduation ceremony at Little Reivers Childcare in Duns, Scottish Borders last week. Staff members were among those taking part in the "emotional" celebrations.
People buying or selling property in Scotland would be better protected if the regulation of estate agency was devolved to the Scottish Parliament, the Law Society of Scotland has said. The regulation of estate agency across the UK is covered by the Estate Agents Act 1979.
Links St, Kirkcaldy The steel sculpture was commissioned through Andy Scott and is based on the history of Kirkcaldy. The design is inspired by the Links Market and two of Kirkcaldy’s famous sons, Architect Robert Adam and Sir Sandford Fleming who was a major pioneer of Canada’s railways, invent
Council tenants across South Lanarkshire will save a total of more than £370,000 on their domestic fuel bills thanks to work done to their homes in the past year to improve their energy efficiency. Upgrading works carried out under South Lanarkshire Council’s HomeHappening programme has, over the
Dealing with change, positive thinking and informative discussions on Hanover’s re-structure were the hot agenda topics at the housing association’s hugely successful staff conferences, which took place across Scotland in June. Staff from the organisation’s housing developments and offices wer