CIH Scotland Excellence Awards at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh. Compered by Radio Forth’s Arlene Stuart, the awards celebrated achievements across the housing world and particularly focused on young people.
Greenspace scotland and Groundwork are encouraging community groups across urban and rural Scotland to submit their applications for a grant of up to £12,000 to improve local greenspaces. The current funding round closes for applications at 12 noon on Friday 27 November 2015, with the next opportun
Councillor David McBride West Dunbartonshire Council has voted to proceed with the £1.2 million demolition of three multi-storey blocks – Newshot, Edmonstone and Howcraigs Courts – and four maisonette blocks – Clydeholm, Hamilton and Yokerbu rn Terraces – at Clydebank East.
Food bank use in Scotland has increased to record levels, with more than 60,000 referrals over a six-month period, according to the Trussell Trust which said on average people needed 1.7 referrals, suggesting 35,000 individuals received help.
Gordon Cruden A Scottish homeless campaigner who is sleeping rough on the streets of major UK cities for a month to raise money for charity is returning to the north-east for the final leg of his tour.
Kaira Massie The Law Society of Scotland believes that proposed regulations for letting agents in Scotland could lead to an unnecessary cost to the public by creating an unnecessary dual regulatory regime for Scotland’s solicitors.
Linthouse Housing Association's Chairperson Alec Leishman thanking GCC Ballie Fariha Thomas for unveiling the plaque Linthouse Housing Association has honoured the memory of housing pioneer Mary Barbour by unveiling a commemorative plaque on a property believed to be the site where, in 1915, the fir