Scottish Empty Homes Partnership

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Castle Rock Edinvar MD Richard Jennings, Tenant Nick Martin at his home at Darag, Bogwood Road, Mayfield, Dalkeith and Cabinet Member for Housing and Customer Services Councillor Stephen Curran. An empty Midlothian property, dubbed an eyesore by locals, has been transformed into quality affordable h

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Pictured (l-r): James Lafferty (Project Officer Campbeltown THI), Shaheena Din (Shelter Scotland), Kelly Ferns (Empty Homes Officer) and Councillor Robin Currie An Argyll and Bute Council project to save an historic Campbeltown tenement from the brink of demolition has received a UK National Empty H

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Shared services empty homes officer, Barry Sheridan (third from left), receiving a Special Award at last year’s Scottish Empty Homes Champion of the Year Awards on behalf of the Glasgow Empty Homes Shared Service Project Empty homes work in Glasgow has unlocked £1 million in VAT savings and boost

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Empty homes officer Sean Maxwell at one of the properties being transformed Angus Council and the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership are aiming to encourage owners of long-term empty properties to transform them into homes that people would want to live in.

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The empty schoolhouse in Achiltibuie will soon be transformed into two flats Rural communities struggling to meet demand for local housing are being encouraged to follow in the footsteps of the Highland village of Achiltibuie and apply to a Scottish Government fund to help convert empty properties i

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Nominations are being sought across Scotland to find the country’s 2016 empty homes champions. The Howdens Scottish Empty Homes Champion of the Year Awards showcases the exemplary work of groups or individuals across Scotland to bring empty properties back into use.

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Scotland's local authorities have been urged to be more pro-active in tackling the problem of empty homes after a new survey revealed that 75 per cent of Scots think vacant properties are a direct cause of anti-social behaviour. The YouGov survey for the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership (SEHP) found

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Over £158,000 has been injected into affordable housing in Glenrothes to bring long-term empty properties back into use as homes for people who have experienced homelessness or are in housing need. YMCA Glenrothes has received a grant from the Nationwide Foundation to go towards creating homes for

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A helpline set up to help reduce the number of empty homes in Scotland has revealed some of the reasons given for why privately-owned homes are left unoccupied for long periods of time. Two of the top reasons are the fear of becoming a landlord and the responsibilities it brings, along with waiting

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A new partnership has been launched to tackle the problem of empty homes across Dundee and Angus. The project between the Scottish Empty Homes Partnership, Dundee City Council and Angus Council, is set to launch this week to help bring some of the region’s long-term privately owned empty homes bac

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