Michael Cameron The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a new summary of its work plans for 2015/16.
David Zwirlein Hillcrest Housing Association has been given the go-ahead to build 18 new flats on a gap site in Dundee.
The Supreme Court has handed down a judgement that will change the way English local authorities determine who is vulnerable enough for help with their housing. The ruling means single homeless people will no longer have to prove they are more vulnerable than 'an ordinary street homeless person' in
Margaret Burgess More than 5,000 families and first time buyers have purchased their home through the Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme, housing minister Margaret Burgess revealed yesterday.
Nicola Sturgeon and Grahame Smith sign the Memorandum of Understanding First minister Nicola Sturgeon has shared “serious concerns” with the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) over the impact on the people of Scotland of the UK government's commitment to continued austerity.
Councillors John Alexander (left) at an energy efficiency project in the city Dundee City Council’s housing stock has met the Scottish Housing Quality Standard (SHQS) thanks to £157 million of funding over more than a decade.
HHA staff members Leigh-Anne Sinclair and Estelle Kelly mark 40th anniversary with a sparkle Hjaltland Housing Association (HHA) will mark its 40th anniversary next month with a special event at Lerwick Town Hall.
Sarah Speirs House prices in Scotland rose in April ahead of the General Election with 31 per cent more surveyors reporting house price increases, according to the latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey.
Slaters Glasgow store manager Andy Beattie (second left) with the men from the Thenue course Unemployed workers bidding to get a job have been given a helping hand from famous menswear specialists Slaters.
Link Group Ltd has sponsored the team strips and new training kit of a local amateur football team. Link’s chief executive Craig Sanderson, recently met Cabrera “Marie Curie” AFC’s players and watched the players in their new strips in action.
Ian Leech Homelessness case workers are stepping up their strike with a rally in Glasgow today.
David Ogilvie Moves by the Scottish Government to make private renting more secure for tenants have been welcomed by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland.
Maureen Watson Maureen Watson is to leave the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) after more than 25 years, following a restructure of the organisation.
As part of its commitment to helping its tenants get online Link Group Ltd has become the latest signatory of the SCVO Digital Participation Charter. The charter commits Link to five promises, including ensuring all staff and volunteers have an opportunity to learn basic digital skills and pass thes
Nicola Barclay Home builders have urged Edinburgh councillors preparing to meet tomorrow to move ahead with submitting the draft Local Development Plan to the Scottish Government for examination in order to start addressing the city’s housing shortage and avoid further delays.