Living Rent

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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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Tenants’ union Living Rent issued ‘notice’ to letting agents, landlords and courts that evictions will be met “with resistance” as the First Tier Housing Tribunal reopened yesterday. The union put up warning notices at dozens of letting agencies in Edinburgh and Glasgow

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The campaign from Living Rent for registered social landlords (RSLs) to be legally mandated to maintain communal hygiene during the coronavirus crisis has gained a high-level signatory ahead of their demands being submitted to the Scottish Government this week.

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