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A working group has been established to understand the extent that reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) has been used in social housing in Scotland with early indications that the use of the material is not widespread.

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Plans to reduce poverty, deliver economic growth, tackle climate change and provide high quality public services will be central to First Minister Humza Yousaf’s first Programme for Government, which will be published this week. In a statement to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday, First Minis

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With its latest campaign, the SFHA is aiming to put Housing at the Heart of Scotland and keep it there. It looks to tell stories of the importance of social housing in Scotland and ensure social landlords are given the required support to continue this vital work. In this episode, Kieran Findlay and

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Ahead of Scottish Housing Day in September, Mhairi Harley, a recent graduate who joined SFHA from Yoker Housing Association, shares her views on housing as a career. Having recently graduated with a degree in Social and Public Policy, I am driven by a sense of social justice and a desire to mak

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A crucial partnership has been renewed after revealing the huge successes it has delivered to Scotland’s market for affordable and accessible homes. Since it was launched in 2018, the partnership has seen the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) support and collaborate with the Scottish Federat

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Ensuring everyone in Scotland has access to adequate housing should be put at the centre of policy-making at every level of government, according to a new call from more than a dozen organisations working across housing, homelessness, local government and the legal sector.

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As the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) launches its ‘Housing at Scotland’s Heart’ campaign at its Annual Conference today, CEO Sally Thomas outlines why Scotland’s housing associations are key to ending homelessness, tackling poverty and dealing w

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The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has published the second briefing in the “Putting Safety First” series. Developed by Campbell Tickell on behalf of the SFHA in partnership with the Association of Local Authority Chief Housing Officers (ALACHO) and CIH Scotland, the

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