(left to right) Norma McNeill, secretary of the Melville Housing Association board, Mr Peter Thomas, Melville tenant, and Margaret Burgess MSP, minister for housing and welfare Melville Housing Association, Midlothian’s largest registered social landlord, is to fit an additional 105 homes in Mayfi
David Stewart The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has today hailed the achievement of Scottish housing associations and co-operatives investing in their homes in order to meet the Scottish Housing Quality Standard (SHQS).
The Scottish Housing Regulator will have a low level of engagement with almost two thirds of RSLs, its annual regulatory assessment has revealed. The regulator has published new regulation plans for the 65 RSLs that it will engage with during 2015/16. This is two fewer than last year. It will have m
Investment in housing should be seen as a preventative measure to seriously address the growing crisis in health and inequality in Scotland, the annual Chartered Institute of Housing conference in Glasgow will hear today. Speaking at the conference in his capacity as the chair of the Housing and Wel