Homes for Good Investments have been named as a finalist in the 2021 Scottish Home Awards, in the Community Contribution Category. One of three finalists in the category, the organisation was nominated due to a renovation project it undertook, which allowed it to breathe new life into three other pr
Social enterprise letting agency Homes for Good (HfG) and the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership have launched a partnership to address the rising number of empty homes in the west of Scotland through the purchase and letting of empty properties, a fund to refurbish properties, and the recruitmen
Homes for Good and The Wise Group have come together to improve quality and financial inclusion for over 800 private rented sector tenants in Scotland, in a unique partnership. This is the first time ongoing energy efficiency and fuel advice has been offered to tenants within the priv
CIH Scotland, Homes for Good and the Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) have jointly published guidance for the private rented sector on how to support tenants and protect rental income during the coronavirus outbreak.
To mark its fourth week of working from home/lockdown, Homes for Good has launched its own Homes for Good Heroes awards which will be presented fortnightly during the current crisis and monthly after that. The first Hero to be nominate
Scotland’s first social enterprise letting agency Homes for Good (HFG) celebrated this year’s International Women’s Day by unveiling its all-female senior management team as part of its ambitious growth plans to grow to 1000 homes within the next four years. (from left) back row: S
Social letting agency Homes for Good has received a £2.85 million investment to increase its provision of social and affordable housing in Glasgow and the surrounding areas. Homes for Good was created to provide quality homes within the private rented sector, with a focus on housing supply for peop
Richard Jennings The full programme is now available for the University of Stirling’s fourth lecture in its Innovation and Excellence series marking the University's fiftieth year: Innovation in Housing – a force for wider benefits?
Homelessness charity Glasgow City Mission is taking “radical” steps to address the growing problem of rough sleeping in the city by purchasing homes to get people off the streets. Ten flats across the city will initially be purchased for some of the charity’s most vulnerable clients, with resi
Susan Aktmel As the population lives longer and the percentage of Scots living in accommodation social rent falls, a professional and responsible private rented sector can help fill the void, writes Susan Aktemel.