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With new heat and smoke alarm legislation coming into effect in February and changes to fire standards within Scottish building regulations likely to be made later this year, Chris McGinn at PfH Scotland believes there are three priorities that housing providers in Scotland must focus on. Fire

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Stirling-based procurement services provider PfH Scotland, which represents 95 social housing providers across Scotland, has appointed 25 contractors to its new £0.25 billion Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing 2 (EESSH2) framework.

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CCG Asset Management has been chosen to lead a multi-million-pound planned maintenance project on behalf of Whiteinch & Scotstoun Housing Association (WSHA). The £8.5 million contract will comprise the installation of brand new kitchens and bathrooms, as well as other various upgrades incl

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Fire safety and building compliance contractors across Scotland are being invited to help registered social landlords (RSLs) meet new higher standards to protect properties from smoke and fire, introduced in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster in London. Interested parties can apply to become &l

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Falkirk joiners James McNally and Graham Waugh installing a new kitchen in a local Link property Link Group Ltd is celebrating following a successful year of kitchen and bathroom installations across its central belt housing stock by its in-house repairs and maintenance service, Link Property.

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Social landlords in Scotland will have the opportunity to make big savings on the leasing and ongoing management of their vehicle fleets, thanks to a brand new procurement framework being unveiled by housing sector procurement services provider PfH Scotland. Running until August 2021, the UK-wide fr

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As PfH Scotland launches a dedicated vehicle leasing and fleet management procurement framework for the social housing sector, Stephen Herriot outlines how housing associations can help the Scottish Government achieves its ambitions low carbon commitments. With the recent commitment by the Scottish

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With less than a week to go to submit bids, one hundred specialist heating contractors from across Scotland have already registered an interest in a new £600 million social housing procurement framework being run by Procurement for Housing Scotland (PfH Scotland). The framework is specifically desi

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Specialist heating contractors from across Scotland are being invited to submit bids to take part in a new £600 million procurement framework specifically designed to help registered social landlords meet their obligations under the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH). The new fra

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