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James Battye Private renters who are struggling with money worries, health or other tenancy sustainment issues are to be given greater access to advice and support to keep their homes as part of an innovative pilot project being launched in the central belt.

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she was “horrified” to read reports of landlords offering rent-free accommodation in return for sex and has moved to reassure tenants that action was being taken. Last week The Herald revealed that websites such as Craigslist featured adverts from private land

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Scotland’s largest landlord membership organisation has urged landlords across the country to ensure all repairs or upgrades meet required standards and are carried out by accredited professionals, whilst also calling for more to be done to enforce those standards to ensure properties are safe for

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A report detailing the scale of the problem with “short-term lets” in Scotland’s capital has been published by a Green MSP. The publication by Andy Wightman MSP, the Scottish Greens’ housing spokesperson, shows there are more than 6200 properties available in Edinburgh for short term letting

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A convicted child sex offender who tried to apply for a landlord's permit from behind bars is among four men to be banned from renting homes by Glasgow City Council. Muhammed Anwar had been convicted and jailed for six years for three offences in relation to child sexual abuse, having previously bee

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Proposals for a £105 million transformation of the former Strathclyde Police HQ in Glasgow's city centre into homes built specifically for private rent have been unveiled to the public. Moda Living, the developer behind a 525-home project in Edinburgh city centre, staged an initial consultation out

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