Scottish Housing Day

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Midlothian Council is celebrating a milestone in its affordable housing programme by completing its 1000th new house. A total of 1,020 new council homes have now been delivered in Midlothian since the council embarked on its new build housing programme in 2006. The total number of new homes and subs

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Over 200 empty homes across the Stirling Council area have been brought back into use since April 2013, equating to a massive £2.6 million generated in the region. On average, every empty home that becomes populated brings about £13,000 from workers contributing to tax revenue and increasing the t

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Western Isles Foyer supports young people who are homeless, in housing need and/or are subject to other social disadvantages. The Foyer provides a drop-in service and support towards independent living skills. Four housing organisations which operate in the Outer Hebrides are supporting Scottish Hou

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(from left) Scottish Liberal Democrats leader Willie Rennie MSP; Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson MSP; Scottish National Party leader and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon MSP; Scottish Green Party co-convener Patrick Harvie MSP; Scottish Labour shadow community minister Pauline McNeill MSP;

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River Clyde Homes is launching its Retirement Housing initiative to celebrate Scottish Housing Day on Thursday 21 September. Retirement Housing provides an enhanced housing management service to older people who require assistance to live independently, ultimately, enabling elderly residents to feel

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Argyll and Bute Council is hosting events in Dunoon and Bute this month to enable members of the public to get information and advice on housing issues. The drop in sessions are being held to celebrate Scottish Housing Day and will take place in various towns across the area.

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With just under a month to go until Scottish Housing Day, the organisers behind the event are encouraging as many housing organisations as possible to get involved and consider hosting an event to raise public awareness of housing options and the great work people in housing do. Building on the succ

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This year’s official Scottish Housing Day will take place on Thursday September 21, it has been announced. Following a successful launch in September 2016, this will be the second annual Scottish Housing Day and is led by CIH Scotland in partnership with a range of housing sector partners includin

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP marked the first ever Scottish Housing Day with a visit to Sanctuary Scotland. Mr Stewart joined residents and office staff at Sanctuary’s 267 Donside Village development in Aberdeen. He heard first-hand the success of the mixed-tenure community in the project’

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Celebrating Scottish Housing Day with tenants at Burgh House Fife Council celebrated Scottish Housing Day yesterday with retirement housing tenants at Burgh House in Leslie.

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The inaugural Scottish Housing Day takes place today to highlight the different housing options and choices available to people looking for a home. Organisations from across the sector have shown their support for the event and people are invited to join in a national conversation on Twitter.

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Margaret McCallion, Cordale Housing Association chairperson, Mr and Mrs Walker & Barry Johnstone, Caledonia Housing Association area director Caledonia Housing Association and Cordale Housing Association were delighted to have provided 32 new homes to tenants in John Street and Main Street in Re

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