CCG Asset Management, the planned maintenance division of the CCG Group, has completed a third phase of kitchen upgrades for tenants of East Lothian Council in Musselburgh, Tranent, Haddington, Prestonpans and North Berwick. The £965,000 works package involved the replacement of cabinets and w
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The Housing Ombudsman found severe maladministration by One Housing Group in its record-keeping following the landlord’s failure to address repair issues, lack of clear service charge information, and mishandling of resident complaints, resulting in distress and inconvenience for the resident.
Planning permission and board approval have now been secured for Trust Housing Association’s latest affordable housing development at Reema Road, Bellshill. The £9.3 million project - which is being delivered in partnership with Wilson Developments (Scotland) Limited, North Lanarkshire C
The Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal for the petitioner and appellant in Glasgow City Council v X, a case that considered the extent of the statutory duty of councils to provide suitable temporary homeless accommodation that meets the assessed needs of homeless households.
Plans for a new housing development on land at a former Dundee hospital have been refused planning permission. NHS Tayside had bid to convert the land at Royal Liff Hospital into residential use and build up to 58 homes.
Homes for Scotland (HFS) has called for critical government action after new planning statistics revealed that the average processing times for major housing developments are now taking over a year. Described as “woeful” and “unacceptable” by the sector body, the figures
The next round of funding to help community groups make their dreams a reality is now open for applications. The Communities and Place Fund – part of the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund – has already boosted local groups through the first round of funding last year.
Residents across Perth and Kinross are being given the chance to say which projects tackling the Cost of Living crisis and climate emergency should receive financial support. Perth and Kinross Council's Green Living Fund sought applications from groups seeking to win a share of £225,000 fundin