Empty Homes

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Nominate your colleagues and project partners now for the 10th Scottish Empty Homes Awards before nominations close on the 12th of January. Over the past 10 years, the awards have showcased the inspiring work of individuals and organisations who have made exemplary contributions to the field of priv

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The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership has announced that the 10th Scottish Empty Homes Conference will be held on an online digital platform from 1 – 3 February 2021 with tickets from as little as £15. With the theme 'Providing Homes, Helping Recovery', this year’s conference will r

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The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) has called on local authorities to use Scotland’s 40,000 long-term empty homes as part of COVID-19 recovery plans, ahead of an expected increase in numbers of properties empty for six months or more. SEHP is expecting official statistics publish

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Nominations are now open for the 10th Scottish Empty Homes Awards. Over the past ten years, the awards have showcased the inspiring work of individuals and organisations who have made exemplary contributions to the field of private sector empty homes work in Scotland.

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The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership has announced that the 10th Scottish Empty Homes Conference will be held on an online digital platform from 1 – 4 February 2021. With the theme Providing Homes, Helping Recovery, this year’s conference will reflect on the work of the past decade and l

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Galashiels Town Centre, Hawick Town Centre, Hawick Trinity and Hawick Wellogate had more than 5% of properties classified as Long-Term Empty (LTE) in each of the past four years (2016-2019), according to new data from the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP).

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Scottish councils have been urged to make empty homes work a cornerstone of post-pandemic recovery after a record number of privately-owned vacant properties were brought back into use last year. In its 10th annual report, the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) announced that 1,412 previou

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The Scottish Government’s work to tackle empty homes has been put on hold due to “changed priorities” and the implications of the coronavirus crisis, housing minister Kevin Stewart has admitted. The Scottish Parliament’s local government and communities committee issued a rep

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A letter has been issued to the housing sector on the importance of bringing empty properties back into use and support for victims of domestic abuse during the COVID-19 health crisis.

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Private landlords and other property owners left with empty homes in Edinburgh due to coronavirus are being encouraged to help local people and families in critical housing need through a new scheme which aims to provide a better alternative to other forms of temporary homeless accommodation.

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