Richard Jennings Residents of a Leith street who once feared they might lose their homes have benefitted from a £1 million housing improvement programme thanks to Castle Rock Edinvar Housing Association.
Tenants who were facing eviction from their homes in Leith are being allowed to stay after a deal was agreed to sell the properties to Places for People Scotland. The Trustees of the Miss Agnes Hunter Trust, which owned the flats in Lorne Street, had been looking to sell the 92 properties since Octo
Tenants in Leith who were facing eviction after a charitable trust put their homes up for sale have been given a reprieve. In October last year around 200 tenants in Lorne Street were given four months statutory notice to quit and find alternative rented accommodation after the Agnes Hunter Trust de
Alison Johnstone Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian region, has lodged a motion at the Scottish Parliament calling for financial support for the 200 tenants of Lorne Street in Leith who face being evicted from their homes by the charity that owns their flats.