The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) brought Ofgem chair Martin Cave together with Scottish housing associations to discuss the impact of the ongoing energy crisis on the social housing sector and what’s needed to tackle it.
A year on from the launch of the Scottish Government’s Super Sponsorship Scheme, thousands of people displaced from Ukraine are still living in temporary accommodation in Scotland, according to a report from the British Red Cross.
Delighted tenants in West Lothian have welcomed a £750,000 investment in their homes.
SHARE’s Management Development Programme was created with the aim of providing aspiring or existing managers the tools and techniques to lead a team or organisation at a senior level, but with a specific slant towards the housing sector.
Tenancy sustainment support provided by housing associations is crucial but under increasingly intense pressure, according to a new report from the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations (GWSF). From research carried out in the second half of 2022, the Forum says that feedback fr
The founder and chef of one of Scotland’s most popular Chinese restaurants is now cooking up a storm for elderly tenants. Jian Wang 61, who previously owned the successful Chop Chop restaurants and was praised by TV chef Gordon Ramsay for making the best dumplings he had ever tasted, has taken
Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans to build three new homes near Gartly School despite contamination fears.
A former South Lanarkshire police station could be converted into a small-scale housing development comprising of six new homes.
A newly refurbished housing development for older people is inviting the local communities surrounding Haddington for a first look following a £400,000 investment. Paterson Court – which is operated and managed by Blackwood Homes and Care – is opening its doors to members of the pu
Wemyss Properties Ltd has submitted plans to build 125 new homes in the Fife village of Coaltown of Wemyss.
Caledonia Housing Association (CHA) has appointed Megan Crossan as community anchor covering projects across Dundee, Perth, Angus, and Fife. The new role is jointly funded by CHA and The Gannochy Trust which funds charities, both in Perth and Kinross and across Scotland, and provides nearly 300 high
Living standards will be improved for thousands of residents in Edinburgh after councillors agreed a £173 million spending package to upgrade and build new homes.
Following a comprehensive master planning process, Collective Architecture has now submitted The Ladyfield Masterplan and the associated technical studies to Dumfries and Galloway Council to consider the next steps.
Kingdom Housing Association is continuing to support customers through the cost of living crisis after receiving additional funding from the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) and the Scottish Government.
Build-to-rent operator Get Living has put on hold its £200 million project to build over 800 flats and some 700 student rooms, citing Scottish Government rent control policy and market conditions. This is the latest delay to the project, which has been in the works since 2018, after