Scottish Empty Homes Partnership
By Scottish Empty Homes Partnership national manager Kristen Hubert
Published 8 February 2016
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) has proposed the creation of a community grants programme to help bring Scotland’s thousands of private empty homes back into use.
Published 3 February 2016
Argyll and Bute Council’s Empty Homes Service has scooped a top award at this year’s prestigious Howdens Scottish Empty Homes Conference in Edinburgh for the second year in a row.
Published 4 December 2015
Perth & Kinross Council has this week officially launched its Empty Property Loan Fund - a new interest-free loan designed to help owners of long-term empty buildings to repair or convert them for use as affordable housing.
Published 2 December 2015
Nominations are being sought across Scotland to find the country’s empty homes champions.
Published 15 September 2015
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership recently released its annual report for the financial year just passed. There are a few headlines form the report that we are particularly excited about, writes Kristen Hubert at Shelter Scotland.
Published 15 July 2015
The number of private empty homes brought back into use in Scotland last year has an estimated market value of around £93 million, according to the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP).
Published 14 July 2015
A new fund has been launched which aims to create additional residential accommodation in Scotland’s urban and rural towns.
Published 29 June 2015
The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership has appealed to members of the public to report empty homes in their communities using a free national helpline.
Published 16 June 2015