Annie Mauger, director of CIH Scotland The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has reiterated its welcome for targeted rent controls in the wake of the latest private renting statistics published by the Scottish Government today.
Shona Stephen, chief executive at Queen's Cross Housing Association Queen's Cross Housing Association is to spend £13 million to carry out major internal and external improvements to 314 of its properties.
Alison Johnstone Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian region, has lodged a motion at the Scottish Parliament calling for financial support for the 200 tenants of Lorne Street in Leith who face being evicted from their homes by the charity that owns their flats.
Pictured (l-r): Cllr Fay Sinclair, Cllr Brian Goodall, Cllr Helen Law (Chair of the City of Dunfermline Area Committee), John Mills (Fife Council’s Head of Housing), Cllr Judy Hamilton (Executive Spokesperson for Housing & Building Services), Stephen Cairns (Kingdom Housing Groups Head of Hous
FES FM and Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) have been voted the joint winners of the Premises and Facilities Management (PFM) Award for Partners in Expert Services – Property Management 2015 at the PFM Awards ceremony in London.
Cllr Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council Seventy-three homes in Gatehead and 100 homes in Stewarton are warmer and more energy efficient after the Council carried out a large scale housing improvement programme.
More than 400 tenants and staff from all over Scotland gathered at St Andrew's Fairmount Hotel over weekend for an awards ceremony and two days of learning and building contacts. Barney MacKay, TPAS Scotland chairperson, said: "Tenants, customers, staff and landlords deserve applause for their achie
River Clyde Homes is organising beat-the-blues winter parties for its ‘more mature’ customers to cheer up the over 75's during the long dark days. For the past two years River Clyde Homes has ran campaigns to support elderly customers over the cold winter months. These have included winter help
SELECT, the campaigning trade body for Scotland's electrical sector, has urged private landlords to remember that five-yearly electrical checks will become mandatory from 1 December 2015. The issue of electrical safety has been an important topic for landlords since Scottish Government statistics ha
Eight out of ten rented accommodation tenants in England and Wales want a tenancy agreement lasting one year or less, according to a major study conducted by the Deposit Protection Service (DPS). 39,855 tenants whose deposits are protected by the DPS responded to the survey, with 80.1 per cent sayin