Dee Flanigan Govan Law Centre (GLC) is to launch a Glasgow Asylum Seekers Project with a particular focus on housing, health and the living conditions of asylum seekers and their families and children in the city.
A private rented sector advice project set up by Govan Law Centre is now offering a financial health check to its clients. Introduced in September 2016, the Private Rented Tenants Team provides a comprehensive, unique and dedicated service to tenants of private landlords in Glasgow.
Mike Dailly Govan Law Centre is sending a team of five legal experts to Dundee tomorrow to provide legal services for tenants who are living in cold, damp homes which are difficult to heat or in need of repair.
A GLC solicitor and caseworker with a client Govan Law Centre (GLC) has welcomed the news that the Big Lottery Fund’s Investing in Communities Programme is providing a grant over three years to establish its Private Rented Tenants Project.
A project which targets some of Glasgow’s most vulnerable citizens who need urgent intervention because they are sleeping rough or at risk of homelessness is successfully helping people in times of crisis, a report has revealed. The ‘Homelessness Rights Hubs’, a joint initiative between Glasgo
Mike Dailly Govan Law Centre (GLC) has published its annual report detailing its successes in balancing landlords and tenants' rights in new tenancies legislation as well as the fraught issue of "up front" rent.
Legal interventions by Govan Law Centre (GLC) have secured homes for 198 rough sleepers at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter. A detailed report on GLC’s partnership work with the Glasgow City Mission’s Winter Night Shelter is currently being prepared but the organisation has released some of the
Mike Dailly The Scottish Government has been accused of failing Scotland’s private sector tenants with its response the Scottish Parliament’s infrastructure and capital investment committee report on the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Bill.
A new report into the private rented sector in Glasgow has found that most tenants feel powerless and worry that they have little more than a month’s security of tenure. Govan Law Centre's research report, which was funded by the Big Lottery in Scotland, details the personal experience of a wide r
Homeless people are being prevented from accessing their statutory rights to permanent accommodation because of “major financial barriers” introduced by some social landlords in Scotland, a law charity has warned. Govan Law Centre (GLC) said it is now common place in Glasgow for a homeless perso