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John McClarey with Weslo staff John McClarey, business development officer at CIH Scotland, charts his day shadowing staff at Weslo Housing Management.

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Volunteers Fiona Curtis (left) and Annette Byrne with David Findlay A local foodbank has become one of the first charities to be given a cash boost by a regional builder as part of its year-long initiative to support local communities.

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The UK government unveiled more details of its Housing Bill during the Queen’s Speech yesterday but the plans have been greeted with a mixed reaction. The bill aims to make home ownership an attainable aspiration and contains further measures to deliver an extra 200,000 new homes through the new S

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from left to right – Matt Lock, Shelter Scotland Edinburgh hub manager, Fiona King, Shelter Scotland campaigns and public affairs manager, councillor Sandy Howat, deputy leader of the City of Edinburgh Council, councillor Andrew Burns, leader of the City of Edinburgh Council and Adam Lang, head of

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Average Scottish rents recorded in April increased by 1.6 per cent in a year, according to Your Move’s latest Scottish Rental Index. This is the fastest year-on-year increase in rents since November 2014 when the annual change stood at 2.2 per cent, the data shows.

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(left to right) Nicola Gemmell, River Clyde Homes’ organisational development senior officer, joiner apprentices Chris Gray and Jordan Smyth, Kyle Copeland, IT modern apprentice and Chris McEleny, chairperson of the River Clyde Homes personnel committee River Clyde Homes celebrated Scottish Appren

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Homeowners in North Lanarkshire are set for to benefit from warmer homes and cheaper bills after North Lanarkshire Council received £2.9 million to improve energy efficiency following a successful funding bid. Hundreds of homes in Cumbernauld, Coatbridge and Wishaw will benefit from the funding awa

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Local authorities in Scotland made just over 118,000 awards under the Discretionary Housing Payments (DHPs) scheme during 2014/15, with a total value of over £50 million granted through to 31st March 2015, new statistics have revealed. The figure was £3m more than the £47.2m initially allocated b

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