Scottish Land & Estates

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The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has welcomed plans for welfare benefits to keep pace with inflation but expressed concern that other measures announced as part of the UK Government’s Autumn statement don’t go far enough to protect social housing tenants during an u

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Scottish Land & Estates (SLE) has welcomed a new rural property expert to its headquarters policy team. Anna Gardiner has joined SLE as a policy adviser (rural property), bringing a wealth of experience from her career in commercial and residential property.

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Rural-focused provisions within the latest draft of the National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4) have been given a cautious welcome by rural business organisation, Scottish Land & Estates (SLE). The revised NPF4, which sets out sustainable policies against which planning applications would be assess

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A new housing development that provides homes for let to young, local, working families at affordable rents of around 40% less than the open market has been recognised at the Helping It Happen Awards 2022, run by Scottish Land & Estates. Recognising the dearth of affordable housing in North

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A trio of developments have been shortlisted for the Rural Housing Award at Scottish Land & Estates' annual Helping it Happen Awards. Supported by headline sponsors NatureScot, the overall focus of the Helping it Happen Awards is on recognising the role estates, farms and rural busines

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Rural people across Scotland and beyond are being urged to share stories of work done by local estates and land-based businesses to help their surrounding communities and landscapes flourish, in the Helping It Happen Awards 2022 - before nominations close on Monday 18 July. The awards, run by Scotti

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Landowners have appealed to help resolve Scotland’s rural housing crisis – and asked the Scottish Government to knock down the barriers that exist in providing new and existing homes. Scottish Land & Estates, which held its annual conference in Edinburgh today, said population declin

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Homebuilding body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has warned that a key Scottish Government document outlining the approach to planning and development to 2045 risks making the country’s housing deficit even worse. In its submission to the consultation on National Planning Framework 4 (NPF4), HFS hig

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