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Surge in Scottish food bank use

Published 18 November 2015

Scottish Government claims affordable homes target exceeded

The Scottish Government has today announced it has exceeded its five-year target of delivering 30,000 affordable homes by March 2016, funded by £1.7 billion.

Published 18 November 2015

Conference to focus on £4.3 billion waste of Scotland’s empty homes

The potential value of Scotland’s empty homes is a staggering £4.3 billion, according to the organisation tasked with bringing them back into use.

Published 17 November 2015

Homeless campaigner sleeping rough around UK

A Scottish homeless campaigner who is sleeping rough  on the streets of major UK cities for a month to raise money for charity is returning to the north-east for the final leg of his tour.

Published 17 November 2015

Lawyers warn over proposed new letting regulations

The Law Society of Scotland believes that proposed regulations for letting agents in Scotland could lead to an unnecessary cost to the public by creating an unnecessary dual regulatory regime for Scotland’s solicitors.

Published 17 November 2015

Thenue's 'learning works' for long-term unemployed

 Top of the class…….the students at the special Awards Ceremony.

Published 17 November 2015

Linthouse honours housing pioneer

Linthouse Housing Association has honoured the memory of housing pioneer Mary Barbour by unveiling a commemorative plaque  on a property  believed to be the site where, in 1915, the first rent strike demonstration took place.

Published 17 November 2015

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