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Housing minister visits major new Stirling development

A major new development in the heart of Stirling’s city centre was visited last week by minister for housing and welfare Margaret Burgess.

Published 8 June 2015

New charitable trust to help young people inspire positive places

A charitable trust which will help young people across Scotland engage more positively with the places they live and work in to help create successful communities for the future launched last week at an event in Edinburgh.

Published 8 June 2015

Port Glasgow estate blossoms following community clean-up operation

Over 20 volunteers descended on Kelburn in Port Glasgow recently with litter pickers, garden tools and plenty of enthusiasm to lend a hand as part of a community-led clean-up campaign.

Published 8 June 2015

Public Art - Viewpoint

New Abbeyhill mural brings joy to older people

Published 8 June 2015

Advertorial: Fifty Shades of Grey

Fifty Shades of Grey has taken cinemas by storm lately. Christian Grey is described as beautiful, brilliant and intimidating. It all depends on your definition of grey, and that's a bit of a grey area in itself but, at Camden, we're confident that on our Inliten windows and composite doors we can offer our customers fifty shades of grey. We'd also make it on Forty Shades of Blue, we have a full Green Card, have any number that would sit comfortably in The Red Corner and many that could be classed as The Color Purple. 

Published 8 June 2015

Rent controls ‘could deter Edinburgh Festival tourists’

New controls over private sector rents would price visitors out of staying in Edinburgh during the festivals, letting agents have claimed.

Published 5 June 2015

Report calls for improved links between public health and homelessness prevention

The Scottish Public Health Network has published a report aimed at restoring the Public Health response to homelessness and health in Scotland.

Published 5 June 2015

New service gives ‘HOPE’ to Dundee’s older residents

Four Dundee housing associations have developed a new partnership which aims to provide support to older people across the city to live safe and well at home.

Published 5 June 2015

Blog: Why we need to Make Renting Right

By Adam Lang, head of communications & policy at Shelter Scotland

Published 5 June 2015

ANCHO going from strength to strength

This year is proving to be one of Irvine-based ANCHO’s most successful in its 15 years as a community-based housing association.

Published 5 June 2015

Investors in People gold for North Ayrshire Council’s housing services

North Ayrshire Council’s housing services has retained its Investors in People gold accreditation.

Published 5 June 2015

Perth & Kinross residents can make voices heard at Tenants’ Conference 2015

All Perth & Kinross Council’s housing tenants are invited to attend their annual Tenants’ Conference 2015 on Wednesday 24th June.

Published 5 June 2015

Highland Council launches new strategy to engage tenants

A new strategy has been launched which sets out how the Highland Council seeks to improve information and provide opportunities for tenants to get involved in services

Published 5 June 2015

DGHP puts nuns on the river run for charity

A team of Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) staff, friends and colleagues took part in the recent Dumfries Lions Club Raft Race to raise money for a local cause.

Published 5 June 2015

New look, new website for procurement specialist LHC

LHC has launched a new website and refreshed its brand as it prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2016.

Published 5 June 2015