An Edinburgh-based charity which assists older and disabled people to continue to live safely at home in the Capital is calling for people to dig out their toolboxes and donate any tools they no longer use.
New Scottish Government figures show local authorities received 7,600 applications for homelessness assistance during October-December 2015, around 5 per cent lower than in the same period in 2014. However, the number of children living in temporary accommodation rose by 13 per cent to 4,876 as of 3
with Connel bridge in the background, the site for 10 new homes in Connel Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) will move ahead with a project to build a third phase of affordable homes in a village near Oban after Argyll and Bute Council confirmed planning approval.
Grant Ager, CEO of Fairfield Housing Co-operative, left, joins Robertson Partnership Homes’ Managing Director Stewart Shearer at the site of the former Zoo nightclub Perth’s Zoo nightclub will soon be consigned to history when the building is demolished to make way for 32 affordable homes.
Three of Scotland’s leading housing associations, Bield, Hanover (Scotland) and Trust Housing Associations, have combined to write to all of the newly established integrated joint health and social care boards in Scotland to highlight the savings and benefits that could be made by working in great
Developer Cullross has submitted a planning application for 59 new homes at Loaning Road in the Craigentinny area of Edinburgh, designed by JM Architects. The application is in joint names with the current owner/occupier of the site Capability Scotland and Hillcrest Housing Association which intends
Some 1700 flats in 36 sheltered complexes across the Granite city have had their community alarm systems upgraded to telecare-enabled systems, which will allow individuals to have a personalised telecare solution to meet their needs. The two-year project follows a robust review of the needs of shelt
Councillor Rory Colville cutting the ribbon with Dylan Orton and his Mum Julie Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has built two homes for affordable rent in the village of Tayvallich on the coast of Mid Argyll.
Some of the Urban Green team from Thenue and Impact Arts A community eco-project which has helped people cut their fuel bills and be more environmentally-aware has been hailed as a huge success following the year long initiative.