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
The announcement of a programme of 50,000 affordable homes over five years is an indication that housing investment is a greater priority than at any other point in the lifetime of the Scottish Parliament, and possibly for a generation, according to the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing
By Adam Balfour Election fever is nearly upon us again and it will soon be time for the Scottish electorate to debate the direction of its next government. At Shelter Scotland we think politicians’ attention should be set squarely on housing.
Preliminary plans have been unveiled to expand a Fife village by 900 new homes. I&H Brown wants to build the major housing development to the south-west of Kelty and east of the M90.
East Dunbartonshire Council has carried out its biggest ever survey of its houses to find out how many of the authority’s homes complied with Scottish Housing Quality Standards (SHQS). The SHQS requires homes to be energy efficient, healthy, safe and secure, free from disrepair, of a tolerable sta
Plans have been approved for a 19 storey student residential tower in Glasgow’s Cathedral Street. The existing retail store at 355 Cathedral Street, currently owned by Forrest Furnishing, will be demolished to make way for the 368-bed development.
Concept view of proposed development from across Gallowgate Plans have been submitted to develop a C-listed granite building in Aberdeen city centre into student accommodation.
Rev Dr Martin Johnstone Representatives from poverty organisations and charities will convene today to investigate food poverty and possible solutions to Scotland’s increasing reliance on foodbanks.
Picnics have proved popular with people of all ages across North Glasgow over the last few weeks of summer with sheltered housing residents and school children all joining in the fun. The ng homes events revolved around the One Planet Picnic initiative run by the independent environmental charity Ke
Overall winner Mr Rundell receives his winning shield from Alasdair McKee The power of flowers has been helping to transform homes across three Glasgow communities as Glen Oaks Housing Association celebrated another triumphant year for its keenly-contested Annual Garden and Balcony Competition.
John Swinney MSP Deputy first minister John Swinney has conceded that the Scottish Government may not be in a position to afford to reverse all of the welfare cuts being imposed by Chancellor George Osborne.
Plans have been submitted for 300 new homes in Carnoustie. If approved, the development will see a mix of affordable, private and retirement homes built on farmland west of Carlogie Road.
Assistant neighbourhood housing manager Tracy Hamill pledges support to Hate Crime Awareness Week at the campaign launch in Glasgow Central Station Queens Cross Housing Association has pledged its support to Hate Crime Awareness Week this week.