Scottish Housing Day

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All the main parties in the Scottish Parliament are backing this year’s annual Scottish Housing Day, which is taking place today. Among the events taking place across the country is a hustings at the Parliament focusing on young people’s housing issues. Panellists will include Councillor Peter B

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Angela Linton The housing sector has come a long way in its efforts to provide safe, warm and affordable homes but Scottish Housing Day also provides an opportunity to see what more can be achieved, writes Hillcrest chief executive Angela Linton.

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As organisations across the country mark Scottish Housing Day today, Aberdeenshire Council is highlighting its Empty Homes Advice and Information Service that aims to bring more properties back into use. Scottish Housing Day takes place today promoting messages about housing options and dispelling m

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Councillor Kate Campbell To mark Scottish Housing Day, City of Edinburgh Council housing convenor, Cllr Kate Campbell, discusses the challenges that lie ahead.

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There is strong public support for the Scottish Government to continue to invest in housing, an exclusive new opinion poll has revealed. Commissioned to coincide with Scottish Housing Day tomorrow, the survey shows that 46% of Scots think that the government is responsible for ensuring everyone has

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The misconception that social housing is lower quality than other tenures is still held among many Scots, a new survey has revealed. A poll commissioned for Scottish Housing Day shows that, despite having the most stretching standards of any type of housing, only 13% of Scots think that social housi

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A model of one of the 1960s lodging houses which played a formative role in the beginning of Langstane Housing Association will be put on display next week to celebrate Scottish Housing Day. Often places of last resort with conditions less than satisfactory, the lodging houses and night shelters wer

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With just one week to go until Scottish Housing Day, CIH Scotland has provided a short round up of some of the key events that it has got lined up to mark the day. CIH Scotland and partners are gearing up for this year’s Scottish Housing Day which takes place in just one week’s time on Wednesday

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People and communities across Scotland are being asked to save the date for this year’s Scottish Housing Day, which will take place on Wednesday September 19th. This will be the third annual Scottish Housing Day and is led by the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland (CIH Scotland) in partnershi

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) opened its doors on 21 September to celebrate Scottish Housing Day, inviting its tenants along to find out more about how the organisation is run. Tenants took part in a guided tour of the Constitution Street-based office where they were welcomed by Keith An

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Members of Hawthorn Housing Co-operative in Possilpark celebrated their 30th anniversary with a community cinema experience on Scottish Housing Day last week. Patrons to the cinema enjoyed popcorn and images of the area from over the last 60 years. These images showed the transformation that the com

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Tenants have recently moved into brand new Perth & Kinross Council homes at Glenearn Road in Perth. The new modern blocks, which contain four one-bedroom flats and four two-bedroom flats, welcomed their first occupants this week.

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