To mark this year's Scottish Housing Day, Fife Council has highlighted the issue of domestic abuse to remind people of the available support. (from left) Top: WHIR project officer Sandra Brown and Cllr Judy Hamilton
Councillors in Fife have discussed moves to protect some of the council’s most vulnerable tenants. At a meeting of the community and housing services committee last week councillors heard about progress on work to reduce the number of children housed in temporary accommodation and how best to prot
Councillor Judy Hamilton signs-up to Far From Fixed with Fiona King, campaigns manager at Shelter Scotland Fife Council has become the first local authority in Scotland to sign-up to a major national campaign aimed at tackling homelessness.
Fife Housing Partnership has welcomed recommendations on how to improve the health and wellbeing of women and children who have experienced homelessness as a result of domestic or sexual abuse. The Women’s Health Improvement Research Project, a community led participatory action research proje
(from left) Bill Banks (chief exec Kingdom Housing), Sir Peter Erskine (Rural Property & Business Association), Cllr Judy Hamilton (front), Carole Miller (Scottish Association of Landlords) and Tom Allan (chairperson FFOTRA) Fife Housing Partnership (FHP) members have signed a new agreement whic