Flora Frame By Lynne Carr, former director of Cube Housing Association
Charity groups have called on Scotland’s political parties to commit to “end the scourge of cold, energy-wasting, hard-to-heat homes” after new figures revealed that winter deaths in Scotland have reached their highest level for 15 years. The call by RCN Scotland, Age Scotland, and WWF Scotlan
James Brokenshire The UK government is to press ahead with plans requiring landlords to check the immigration status of renters despite a pilot scheme evaluation revealing the policy had an “alarming” impact on homelessness and the “potential” for discrimination.
Shelter Scotland helps over half a million people every year who are struggling with bad housing or homelessness, but we’re always looking to do more to make sure that people know they’re not alone in the fight against bad housing and homelessness. Many people across Scotland can’t, or for a v
Three online consultations on planning and housing issues have been launched by the Highland Council. In addition, the authority has launched a review of its main planning policy document, the Highland-wide Local Development Plan (HWLDP).
Setting off from Whitehill Court Champion Bield fundraiser Kevin Rowe has yet again put his best foot forward into the Scottish countryside to raise funds to support people living with dementia.
(from left) Gregor Runciman, Fiona Rowan, Donna Hogg, Marnie McVitie and Keith Clarkson Members of Eildon Housing Association's social committee have presented a cheque to Radio Borders for its Cash for Kids appeal.
John Alexander Dundee City Council has unveiled plans to invest £64 million in a housebuilding programme which will see over 600 new homes built over the next five years.
The Ward family being welcomed to their new home (left to right) Colin Cameron (chair of Balfron Community Council); Harrison (8 years); Finlay (4); Mr Steven Ward; Mathew (11); Laughlin (6); Beth (9); Lewis (13); Mrs Kelly Ward; Cameron (3); Councillor Violet Weir and Margaret Vass (RSHA chair) Rur
Chair Jim Shovlin (left) and vice chair Claire Taylor accompanied by director Stephen Macintyre in front of the new entrance Hillhead Housing Association has made the move from its office at Highfield Road in East Dunbartonshire to a brand new permanent building at the corner of Meiklehill Road and
Gerry O'Sullivan The chairman of care and support services provider for older people Bield has vowed the organisation will continue to ensure people who use its services are at the heart of its future decision making processes.
Shawn More Housing and care provider Blackwood has announced the appointment of its first ever digital skills trainer.
A consultation regarding the priorities of Dundee’s new health and social care partnership was launched yesterday. The views of people who take part in the month-long consultation will be used to help plan and deliver services for the next five years.
Volunteer Neale Bothwell and shop manager Kylie Cooney wear some of the donations made to Shelter Scotland shop An Aberdeen charity shop has joined the ranks of high-fashion retailers in the city after a generous mystery donor handed over designer clothes worth thousands of pounds.
A major restoration project led by Southside Housing Association has been awarded funding from newly formed lead public body for heritage Historic Environment Scotland. The former British Linen Bank in the Gorbals area of Glasgow is due to undergo a major revamp to six flats for mid market rent as p