Guillermo Rodríguez-Guzmán from the Centre for Homelessness Impact introduces the newly developed Housing Costs Calculator which aims to help city leaders plan for the transition from emergency homelessness accommodation.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed the support firms should give to mortgage customers who are either coming to the end of a payment holidays or who are yet to request one amid the continuing coronavirus crisis. The FCA is also reminding customers that if they can afford to re
The Lord Provost’s Charitable Trust Aberdeen COVID-19 crowdfunding appeal has raised almost £240,000 in less than a month, thanks to another staggering £50,000 donation from The Seven Incorporated Trades Widows’ Fund Charity.
Planning minister Kevin Stewart and chief planner John McNairney have issued letters which outline how the Scottish Government has worked to tackle planning issues in light of the coronavirus restrictions.
A trust managed by Link Group approved its 100th application this week to provide additional support to some of those hardest hit by the coronavirus and lockdown. Link Giving Trust has provided more than £10,500 of additional support to 100 Link and RSL partner tenants and service users, with
Langstane Housing Association has received £1,000 from the Station House Media Unit (SHMU) which supports grassroots groups in Aberdeen to deliver new or extend existing activity in the community. A total of £25,000 has been provided to SHMU to aid communities through funding from the Sc
The UK's furlough scheme implemented to save jobs during the coronavirus crisis will finish at the end of October, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced. Mr Sunak said employers will have to start sharing the cost of the scheme. From August, employers must pay National Insurance and pension contribut
The significant impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on the UK social housing sector is beginning to emerge with additional arrears increasing to an estimated £100 million since lockdown began and lettings activity down 77%.
Vulnerable customers of housing and care provider Blackwood are being able to keep in constant contact with friends and family – and where necessary their carers – during the coronavirus lockdown thanks to its pioneering technology.