Mid-Market Rent

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A key element in Edinburgh’s ongoing waterfront regeneration programme has been nominated as Scotland’s Best Affordable Housing Development at the prestigious Herald Property Awards ceremony to be held next month in Glasgow. The Heron Place development at Granton Harbour, completed by Po

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LAR Housing Trust has applied for permission to remove the façade of a listed Glasgow building undergoing redevelopment after revealing the structure cannot be saved due to safety grounds. The housing charity was granted permission last year for 37 mid-market rent flats at the old I

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The latest episode of the Scottish Housing News Podcast features Ann Leslie of Lar Housing Trust and Matthew Busher of Kingdom Group, both leaders in mid-market renting (MMR). Jimmy Black wonders if MMR could fix a broken housing market… To the Romans, lares domestici were housegods who looke

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Scotland’s Housing Network (SHN) has worked with Kingdom Housing Association graduate trainee Eilidh MacDonald, key sector partners and SHN members to develop a best practice guide for the mid-market rent sector. Mid-market rent (MMR) housing has been around in Scotland for many year

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More than 250 families have moved into quality affordable homes thanks to an initiative developed by the City of Edinburgh Council's mid-market rent partnership and Scottish Futures Trust. Now in eight sites across the city, Edinburgh Living's 250th tenant moved into their new home in Craigmill

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A total of 24 energy-efficient new homes are to be built on a vacant site previously occupied by a gym and social work offices in Leven. Kingdom Housing Association has started work on the £3.1 million development that will see a mixture of common access apartments and cottage flats built on S

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East Lothian Council cabinet members have approved a decision for the council to buy a discounted home and change the tenure to mid-market rent to ensure the unit remained affordable. Since 2015, the council has secured a number of properties in new developments across East Lothian for low cost

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