The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) has today published new guidance setting out how some of Scotland’s 42,000+ long-term empty homes can be used to help to tackle Scotland’s housing emergency.
More than 9,000 long-term empty homes have been brought back into use in Scotland since the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) was established in 2010, according to a new report published today. In its latest impact report, the SEHP reported that empty homes officers supported owners to bring 1
An innovative new partnership has been launched that will see empty homes in Argyll and Bute being brought back into use to help to tackle the shortage of affordable housing for health and social care workers across the region. The two-year project is being funded by the Scottish Empty Homes Partner
Property title and land register information provider Millar & Bryce is to partner with the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership following a successful trial period. The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership, funded by the Scottish Government and hosted by charity Shelter Scotland, aims to support counci
Projects in Dunoon, Aberdeenshire, Dundee and Dumfries have been announced as the winners of the 12th Scottish Empty Homes Awards, sponsored by Finders International. The awards were announced during the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership conference which was held yesterday at the Engine Shed in Stirl
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) is launching new guidance to assist local authorities to bring some of Scotland’s nearly 43,000 long-term empty homes back into use. Developed in partnership with housing specialists Arneil Johnston, the Strategic Empty Homes Framework Guidance
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership has announced finalists for the Finders International Scottish Empty Home Awards next month. The awards celebrate the impactful and transformative empty homes work undertaken across Scotland, recent statistics revealed almost 43,000 homes are lying empty and brin
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership would like to hear from you if you have innovative examples of bringing empty homes back into use. Nominations for this year’s Finders International Scottish Empty Homes Awards were due to close this week but have been extended until the 20th of J
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership is calling for nominations for the 12th Scottish Empty Homes Awards, which will include a new award that recognises the increasing use of empty homes and buildings to create social and affordable housing.
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership and Salmon Scotland have urged Shetland Islands Council and other local authorities to bring vacant properties back into use to tackle the rural housing crisis. New analysis shows that almost shows five per cent of homes in Shetland (558) were long-term empty in
South of Scotland Community Housing (SOSCH) and the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) have launched a joint project to increase community housing in the south of Scotland through the conversion of empty residential, retail and industrial buildings. With a focus on the Scottish Borders, the pro
Tighean Innse Gall (TIG) and the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) have launched a joint project to tackle the issue of empty homes in Outer Hebrides, working closely with Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council) to purchase and refurbish empty homes that will be made available to mem
Empty homes officers throughout Scotland helped to bring more than 1,150 empty properties back into use last year, almost 70% of which had been empty for two years or longer. A new report published by the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership shows how the number of properties brought back into