Homelessness

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West Lothian Council has been considering ways to deliver additional housing rapidly to meet local demand for homes for rent. Council officers have been looking at quick-build housing solutions to provide more homes for rent and reduce reliance on hotels and B&Bs, to see if they could work in We

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A community growing hub which helps people who have been homeless has become the latest local project to benefit from the City of Edinburgh Council’s community benefits scheme. Following a great deal of community-based support from buildings solutions service John G Macintosh (JGM), the Pilton

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More than half of renters (52%) and almost half of people with mortgages (49%) are concerned about their ability to pay their housing costs in 12 months’ time, according to new research commissioned from Ipsos by the Centre for Homelessness Impact. Tenants in the private rented sector are most

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Maggie Brunjes, chief executive of Homeless Network Scotland, on why we must commit to making it easier to end homelessness in Scotland.

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As part of its ongoing commitment to working in partnership with local communities and its 12-month programme of support to Cyrenians, staff at Taylor Wimpey East Scotland have responded to this year’s Cyrenian’s Christmas Appeal with personal donations of a variety of much needed items

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Frontline Fife’s Housing Advice Team has achieved accreditation from the Scottish Government’s National Standards for Information and Advice Providers (SNSIAP) at the highest standard for housing for the second time running. The standards are designed to help advice agencies maintain the

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The City of Edinburgh Council and national homelessness charity Bethany Christian Trust are operating a Welcome Centre this winter to provide accommodation of last resort, tailored support and positive move on options for people who would otherwise be sleeping on the streets. Since opening in Octobe

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Chris Bennett-Taylor, chief executive at homelessness charity Aberdeen Cyrenians reflects on another year of significantly increased demand for its services. The beginning of 2022 seemed to offer a glimmer of hope as we started to ease out further from the Covid-19 pandemic. However, for some of the

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