Prospect Community Housing was delighted to work with local partners to support a West Edinburgh Intercultural Event at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange. The event celebrated the diverse range of cultures in Wester Hailes and the wider community with food, entertainment and music. There was something for
The planning moratorium on new Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) in St Andrews town centre will continue until June 2017 because Fife Council officers have still not fully assessed its impact. Student newspaper The Saint reports that the HMO ban was first introduced in 2011, with a review expected
Hillcrest has today been announced as a finalist in the supporting organisation category of the Homes for Scotland Awards. The award is in recognition of the competitive edge they have which attracts private developers and house builders to work with them. When the housing need has never been greate
Pictured from left to right: Gregor Booth, Operations Director; Tanya Domingo, Customer Services Assistant; Lenore Suddon, Housing Services Manager; Stephanie Bell (WorldHost Trainer – Borders College); David Allen (Director of Scotland – People 1st); Margaret Ross, Chief Executive; Craig Matear
The site of a £6 million affordable housing project in Perth saw a break-in over the weekend, but nothing of value was taken. Opportunistic thieves are thought to be behind the break-in at the old Caledonian Road primary school, the site of a Caledonia Housing Association project to build 49 afford
A planning application has been submitted for the construction of 15 new affordable homes on an unused site in Bridge of Don. According to the Press and Journal, developers Carlton Rock have lodged papers with Aberdeen City Council following discussions with Grampian Housing Association.
DGHP’s Joanne Quigley pictured with the pupils of primary 5/6 from Gretna Primary School Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) have been supporting a local primary school's bid to get their pupils reading.
CAS housing spokesman Patrick Hogan Over 6,000 people - an increase of 23 per cent over the past two years - contacted Citizens Advice Scotland in 2015 to report problems with their landlords and with poor housing in the private rented sector.