Queens Cross Housing Association reassures EU tenants over Brexit

Queens Cross Housing Association has outlined the steps that it is taking to help its EU national tenants prepare for Brexit.

Published 2 May 2019

Builders discuss planning and Brexit concerns with cabinet secretary

Senior representatives of Scotland’s home building industry have held face-to-face discussions with cabinet secretary for communities and local government Aileen Campbell MSP to discuss the importance of implementing an improved planning system in the midst of ongoing Brexit uncertainty.

Published 8 April 2019

Queens Cross reassures EU tenants over Brexit

Tenants of Queens Cross Housing Association affected by plans for the UK to leave the EU will be reassured at a special drop-in-session to explain the legalities of their post Brexit status.

Published 26 March 2019

Brexit uncertainty ‘damaging Scottish housing market’

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has warned that the prolonged uncertainty surrounding Brexit will likely further damage the Scottish housing market.

Published 14 March 2019

Regulator underlines the need for RSLs to plan for Brexit

The Scottish Housing Regulator has written to all RSLs to underline the importance of compliance with Regulatory Standards in the context of uncertainty around Brexit.

Published 25 February 2019

England: Regulator warns HAs of no-deal Brexit

Housing associations in England and Wales have warned by the regulator to prepare for the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.

Published 15 February 2019

Housing associations fear Brexit will decrease capacity to deliver new homes

A new report on the potential impact of leaving the European Union on Scottish housing associations and co-operatives has found that 80% of respondents foresee a possible negative impact while 70% think Brexit will decrease the capacity of the construction workforce to deliver new homes.

Published 5 April 2017