Homes For Scotland

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Annual affordable housing supply programme approvals and completions A rise in housing completions and approvals for housing associations in Scotland has been largely welcomed by the sector though calls have been made for the delivery of new homes to be improved even further.

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Nicola Barclay An annual fall in home mover lending figures highlights the negative impact the Land & Buildings Transaction Tax is having on potential home buyers, according to industry body Homes for Scotland.

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Tim Vine announced the winners of the 2017 Homes for Scotland Annual Awards at the organisation’s Annual Lunch in Edinburgh, with Barratt Homes scooping Home Builder of the Year Barratt Homes has been crowned Homes for Scotland’s Home Builder of the Year at the trade body’s largest ever ceremo

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The redevelopment of the former Broxburn Primary School in West Lothian has been named Affordable Housing Development of the Year at the 2017 Homes for Scotland Awards. Partnership housing developer Lovell was presented with the award at a special ceremony at the Edinburgh International Conference C

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Jim Mather during his inaugural address Trade body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has announced that current chair Jim Mather is stepping down from the organisation with effect from its Annual General Meeting on May 12.

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This year’s official Scottish Housing Day will take place on Thursday September 21, it has been announced. Following a successful launch in September 2016, this will be the second annual Scottish Housing Day and is led by CIH Scotland in partnership with a range of housing sector partners includin

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The offical opening of new Loretto homes in Eriboll Crescent Development projects by Loretto Housing Association, West Lothian Council, Link Group and Places for People have been shortlisted for a home building industry award by Homes for Scotland.

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The number of loans issued to first-time buyers in Scotland has increased by 5%, according to latest data from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML). During the fourth quarter of last year, first-time buyers borrowed £910 million, down 3% on the previous quarter but up 5% on same period in 2015.

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New research from Bank of Scotland has concluded that first-time buyers in Scotland are on average £860 a year better off than those who rent. According to the bank’s Buying versus Renting Review, the average monthly costs (including mortgage payments) associated with buying a three-bedroom house

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