(from left) Bill Banks, Lizzie Guthrie, Elaine Thomson, Emma Matthews, Diane Baxter, Ronel Malan, Norah Smith and Shona Laird Kingdom Housing Association’s Support and Care service, which supports around 260 vulnerable people throughout the towns and villages of Fife and Falkirk, has congratulated
A project which targets some of Glasgow’s most vulnerable citizens who need urgent intervention because they are sleeping rough or at risk of homelessness is successfully helping people in times of crisis, a report has revealed. The ‘Homelessness Rights Hubs’, a joint initiative between Glasgo
The empty schoolhouse in Achiltibuie will soon be transformed into two flats Rural communities struggling to meet demand for local housing are being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of the Highland village of Achiltibuie and apply to a Scottish Government fund to help convert empty properties i
More than a third of landlords in Scotland are unaware of their responsibility to check gas appliances, despite dangerous appliances being found in a fifth of privately-rented accommodation, new research has revealed. Campaign body Gas Safe Register found that unsafe gas appliances have been found i
The first ever report into Scotland’s Citizens Advice service has found that one million pieces of advice were delivered by the service last year to over 310,000 individuals, equivalent to over one in every 14 adults. Published today by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS), the Impact Report revealed th
The average price of a residential property in Scotland has shown an increase of 0.6 per cent during the second quarter of financial year 2016/17 compared with the same period in the previous year, with the highest rise of 9.7 per cent being reported in East Renfrewshire. The area also showed the hi
(from left) Nina Sutherland, relationship manager Clydesdale Bank; Les Milne, chairman Partick Housing Association; Elaine Reed, head of social housing, Clydesdale Bank and Eamonn Hughes, financial director, Partick Housing Association Partick Housing Association is to provide over 100 new homes in
Plans have been submitted for a housing development between Dalgety Bay and Inverkeithing which was previously rejected by Fife Council. Taylor Wimpey has lodged a detailed planning application for 295 homes at Hillend Road at the Spencerfield site.
Link Group has completed its second recent housing development in Paisley. The homes at Thrushcraigs were officially opened by Renfrewshire Council’s convener of housing and community safety, Councillor Tommy Williams.