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Sanctuary regeneration boosts Paisley charity

 

Published 16 November 2015

Lintel Trust relaunches its Social Enterprise Programme

Lintel Trust relaunched its Social Enterprise Programme at the Bob Allan Conference Centre in Glasgow on Friday.

Published 16 November 2015

RIAS praise for Laurieston regeneration

Published 16 November 2015

Regulator seeks views on new proposals for appeals and reviews

The Scottish Housing Regulator has launched consultation on proposals that would introduce new, additional ways to challenge regulatory decisions. Under the proposals, the Regulator would establish new mechanisms for reviews and appeals.

Published 16 November 2015

Spire View support Mary Barbour Association

Published 16 November 2015

Link's new estate management project wins award

Linkscape has won the ‘Best Practice in Developing Communities’ award at the recent Tenant Participation Advisory Service (TPAS) Scotland awards.

Published 13 November 2015

Dundee care home scoops award for compassion

A Dundee care home which developed a pioneering ‘village’ to enable those living with dementia to reconnect with old memories has won a well respected UK-wide award for the quality of its care.

Published 13 November 2015

Mitsubishi praises Kingdom's Housing Innovation Showcase

Kingdom Housing Association met with representatives from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and Heriot Watt University keen to learn more about the Housing Innovation Showcase at Dunlin Drive, Dunfermline.

Published 13 November 2015

George Clooney backs Edinburgh homeless charity

Hollywood icon and humanitarian George Clooney arrived in Scotland today and visited a social enterprise sandwich shop that trains, employs and feeds local homeless people.

Published 13 November 2015

Glasgow top for bedroom tax cases -- SFHA says: new powers could consign ‘bedroom tax’ to history

Commenting on the DWP’s Housing Benefit caseload statistics which show that the City of Glasgow Area has the highest number of ‘bedroom tax’ cases in the UK at 12,443, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) said that it hoped the new powers offered in the Scotland Bill to vary the level of the ‘bedroom tax’ to zero will, once enacted, be used by the Scottish Parliament to consign it to history.

Published 13 November 2015

Scotland's poorest the 'most likely' to be victims of crime

Scotland's poorest people are more likely to be victims of crime while the clear-up rates of police have not helped the worst hit areas of the country according to two new studies.

Published 13 November 2015

Keepmoat launch Homes Division in Scotland

English regeneration giant Keepmoat has announced the launch of a Homes division in Scotland, following a series of contract wins.

Published 12 November 2015