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Consultancy Dunfermline Housing Finance (DHF) has reminded RSLs that 31 March is an important date relating to claims for fixed rate overcharges or even mis-selling of interest rate swaps. A Financial Conduct Authority-led initiative requires many RSLs to submit a request for a review of arrangement

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(left to right) Stirling Council’s housing manager John Macmillan, Stirling Council leader Cllr Johannna Boyd, Derek Cramb of Hadden Construction Ltd and Stirling Council’s housing convenor, Cllr Violet Weir Stirling Council is to build ten new council homes in Balfron to meet the demand for soc

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The average price for a city home in Scotland has increased 7 per cent on last year, according to the Bank of Scotland Affordable Cities Review. The deterioration of home affordability for city dwellers in Scotland means the average price (£175,962) stands at 5.24 times gross annual average earnin

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Housing and care provider Blackwood has continued its winning streak for innovation by providing its residents with a unique form of therapy. The Maclehose court development, in Greenock, recently introduced 10 chicks to the home as part of a two week project set up by educational company, Living Eg

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Tenants of a retirement housing development in Dunbar have been doing their bit for charity by donating gifts to underprivileged children in Malawi. The Southfield Court development, managed by care and housing provider Bield, began their charity work after hearing of ‘Mary’s Meals’, a charity

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Do you have a Scrutiny Story to tell? TIS are producing a publication to share scrutiny good practice with social landlord and tenant organisations across Scotland. The stories will highlight examples of successful approaches to Tenant Scrutiny, show how this was achieved and inspire you to continue

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Prospect Community Housing has demonstrated its commitment to equality and diversity by signing up to the CIH Equality and Diversity Charter. By signing up to the charter Prospect is making a commitment to deliver a fair and accessible housing service which is clearly focused on outcomes for staff,

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A course that uses the game of Rugby to teach participants crucial life lessons and core values is helping unemployed people find work in two of Scotland’s largest cities. Over 20 unemployed men and women are currently halfway through an 8-week employability programme which uses the values of rugb

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