Staff at the grand opening River Clyde Homes’ new main public access office in the town centre of Greenock is proving to be a great success with over 230 customers accessing services in its first week of opening.
Paul Bradley Our society is facing major challenges in responding to the consequences of a housing crisis with poor quality housing coupled with a serious lack of affordable housing damaging the health and life chances of thousands of people in Scotland.
Big Lottery Fund Scotland has opened a new five-year £250 million funding scheme with a focus on helping people and communities who are most in need. Between now and 2020 groups across the country can apply for grants from £10,000 to £1m to help finance projects which are community led or will im
Following extensive consultation with the local community, Fife Council and Kingdom Housing Association are delighted to confirm the first planning application has been submitted by 7N Architects for the Fraser Avenue/Gray Place regeneration project in Inverkeithing on 13th November. The application
(from left) Andrew Bruce (JNEspace), Tina Luxton (Highland Council), Audrey Sinclair (Highland Council), John McHardy (Highland Council), Matt Stevenson (Carbon Dynamic) as the last stage of the roof is lowered into place Highland councillors paid a visit to Alness to watch the final block of apartm
Linda Docherty The number of first-time buyer loans in Scotland rose 4 per cent up on the previous quarter and 16 per cent up on Q3 2014, according to latest figures from the Council for Mortgage Lenders (CML).
David Blaney HHP outgoing chair, Alasdair Mackenzie HHP board member, apprentices Lewis Graham, John Alexander Maciver, Robert Gillies, Andrew Maciver, George Waddington, Steven Murray from Alex Murray Construction, George Lonie HHP chair, Angus Lamont HHP chief executive and Gordon Murray HHP board
People using the Moray Council’s housing service are now able to manage more online than ever before thanks to a raft of improvements to the website. Council tenants who want to report a repair or pay their rent online, private landlords seeking registration, housing support and information on a r
A collection of photographs documenting Scotland’s slums is returning to Glasgow – almost 50 years after they were taken in the city. Starting with a month-long stretch at Maryhill Burgh Halls - situated just a stone’s throw away from where some of the images were taken - Glasgow will be the f
Revised plans for a housing and retail development on the outskirts of Stonehaven have been lodged with Aberdeenshire Council. The new proposals for the Mill of Forest site include the delivery of a new supermarket, community facilities, employment land, a hotel and 500 homes, 125 of which will be a
Reform of legislation relating to the private rented housing sector has been applauded by the Faculty of Advocates, although it has queried some aspects of the proposed changes. In a written submission to MSPs on the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Bill, the Faculty said it was “undesirable