Living Rent

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Scottish Housing News Podcast co-host Jimmy Black rounds up a lively debate on the topic of housing affordability from the latest episode.

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Scotland's tenant's union Living Rent has voiced its support for the extension of the emergency measures granted under the Scottish Coronavirus Acts. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Living Rent has demanded that the Scottish Government act to rigidly protect tenants from eviction. These de

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Scotland’s tenants’ union Living Rent has called on parties and candidates for the upcoming election to back its ‘tenants’ manifesto’, warning that the next parliament cannot simply aim for things to return to how they were before the pandemic. Livin

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A new strategy for Scotland’s rented sector will improve accessibility, affordability and standards, as part of a new 20-year route map for housing to be published next week by the Scottish Government. The Rented Sector strategy will be a key element of Housing to 2040 - Scotland’s first

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A landlord who did not secure the deposit from two Glasgow students has been ordered to pay them £2,800 after a tribunal ruling. Ajitpal Dhillon was taken to a housing tribunal by Laura Pollock and Rhona MacKintosh following a dispute over an Argyle Street flat.

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Living Rent has published its 2020/21 manifesto highlighting the shortage of housing in Scotland and has issued a call for an end to housing insecurity.  The tenants' union described a "precarious and uncertain environment" with social housing "sold off to buy to let landlords" and "vast swathe

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