Housing minister Kevin Stewart during a previous visit to Kingdom Housing Association's project in Kincardine The Scottish Government has delivered more action to increase the delivery of affordable housing with the announcement of a £15 million increase to its charitable bond investment programme.
Kevin Stewart MSP with David Zwirlein and Angela Linton from Hillcrest Minister for local government and housing, Kevin Stewart MSP, was in Dundee yesterday to visit the site of a new affordable housing development which will bring 163 new homes to the city.
Tim Jones More than a quarter of a billion pounds has been raised by independent not-for-profit Allia to help tackle global and local issues such as unemployment, social exclusion and affordable housing – with half that sum (£125 million) being issued in 2017 alone.
The completed homes at Devilla in Kincardine The final phase of a major affordable housing development in Kincardine, Fife, has been completed by Kingdom Housing Association after a multi-million pound construction project.
Kevin Stewart More than £15 million for affordable housing projects has been raised through an innovative funding scheme, supporting the development of over 200 homes for social rent across the country.
Housing minister Kevin Stewart (right) with Kingdom Housing Association CEO Bill Banks at the Kincardine housing development in Fife where Kingdom is developing new affordable homes thanks to a development loan made through Allia's bond programme The Scottish Government has awarded a new contract to
Kingdom Housing Association is to press ahead with plans to develop 98 homes for rent across Fife after securing a £5 million bond issued as a loan by social investment charity Allia as part of the Scottish Government’s More Homes Scotland strategy. The new homes will be built at Inverkeithing, T
Kingdom Housing Association chief executive, Bill Banks (left) with housing minister Kevin Stewart Affordable housing in Shetland, Borders and Fife has received a boost of £16 million this month thanks to Scottish Government investment in charitable bonds.
South Glasgow is set to benefit from 82 new affordable homes for social rent, helped by £5 million support from an innovative Scottish Government scheme. The new homes – a mix of houses and flats – will be built by Elderpark Housing Association.
A development of 22 flats and houses on the main road into Ayr’s town centre has been officially opened after being delivered by Ayrshire Housing. Opened by pupils from the neighbouring Newton Primary School, the homes on King Street are grouped around a courtyard called Cross Gait.
Lochaber Housing Association is to build 50 affordable homes in the Fort William area thanks to the first allocation of this year’s charitable bond funding from social investment charity Allia. Allia is working with the Scottish Government to fund the development of affordable housing across Scotl
Social justice secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia’s director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance mana
Social Justice Secretary Alex Neil with Phil Caroe, Allia's director of social finance; Colin Connell, development director at Persimmons Partnerships; Jim Whiston, director of Ayrshire Housing Association, Nick Pollard, Kingdom Housing Association director of finance; Sandy Dennison, finance manage