Living Rent

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The Scottish Government has been urged to "back words with action" and reverse the "hammer-blow" £196 million affordable housebuilding cut after it declared that Scotland was in the midst of a housing emergency. Cabinet secretary for social justice Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP revealed yesterda

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Housing and property organisations are bracing themselves for policy changes after the Scottish Government’s formal co-operation agreement with the Scottish Green Party was brought to an end yesterday. First Minister Humza Yousaf formally informed Scottish Greens co-leaders Patrick Harvie and

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With the Tenant Protection Bill’s in-tenancy rent cap and eviction measures due to expire in a matter of weeks, the Scottish Government has proposed an adjudication scheme to ease the transition until a long-awaited Housing Bill comes to pass. Under the proposals, the process for rent adjudica

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After recording an episode of the Scottish Housing News Podcast on the subject of the proposed rent adjudication scheme for the private rented sector, Jimmy Black shares his own experiences.

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The tenants’ union Living Rent Lochend have called on the City of Edinburgh Council to take steps to bring the 1,456 empty properties in the city back into use as quality homes for those who need them.

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Members of the Living Rent tenants' union in Lochend are celebrating a commitment from the City of Edinburgh Council to fund an £18 million-per-year area-based retrofitting programme and empty council homes being put back into use.

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