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Professor Ken Gibb, director and principal investigator, and Professor Alex Marsh, co-investigator of CaCHE, reflect on the new Scottish rent control proposals. In September 2023, the Scottish Government launched a consultation engagement process concerned with the rented sector proposals within the

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The rent freeze introduced by the Scottish Government is not unlawful a senior judge has ruled after an appeal by private sector landlords.

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Demand for advice around illegal eviction in the private rented sector jumped by 42% in the Scottish CAB network over the course of the year to this summer, according to new data released today by Citizens Advice Scotland.

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The First-tier Tribunal for Scotland has ordered two landlords, one in Glasgow and another in Edinburgh, to pay at least double the amount of tenancy deposits withheld from their tenants after finding them in breach of the Tenancy Deposit Schemes (Scotland) Regulations 2011.

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An application by two landlords for permission to appeal a decision of the First-tier Tribunal for Scotland that they had failed to comply with the terms of a Repairing Standard Enforcement Order has been refused by a sheriff of the Upper Tribunal for Scotland.

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Mactaggart & Mickel Group has completed a £4.25 million acquisition of a rental property scheme at Love Loan, a modern neighbourhood development in Glasgow's city centre. Situated just off George Square, the development includes 12 one to four-bedroom furnished apartments within the refurb

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Owners of short-term let properties are being urged to apply for a licence under Scotland’s short-term licensing scheme before the 1 October 2023 deadline. Short-term let hosts must apply for a licence with their relevant local authority before the deadline. Anyone who operated a short-term le

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