Veterans Housing Scotland

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Lieutenant Colonel Richard Callander LVO OBE TD, immediate past-chairman of Veterans Housing Scotland, joined chairman Group Captain Bob Kemp CBE QVRM AE DL to plant a tree celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee. Richard Callander is also Lord-Lieutenant for Midlothian and was thrilled to be invited

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Hillcrest's £6 million affordable housing development on Edinburgh’s Warriston Road has formally opened, adding a further 45 affordable homes to the city’s affordable housing provision. To mark the opening, delegates from City of Edinburgh Council visited the Canonmills Garden deve

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Veterans Housing Scotland has appointed Alison Moodie OBE QVRM AE RGN RM as a trustee. Established in 1915, formerly Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, Edinburgh-based Veterans Housing Scotland aims to provide affordable rented housing for military veterans in Scotland who are disabled.

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A detailed new report into veterans’ homelessness in Scotland is recommending that every local authority housing department should have an armed forces lead officer, social landlords should prioritise ex-Service personnel and more support should be provided for tenancy sustainment in the priva

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A group of veterans have moved into brand new properties specially created for Armed Forces personnel at Osborne Terrace in Cockenzie, East Lothian. The site is the former East Lothian Council Groundcare depot, which now provides a two-storey flatted block, with six two-bedroom flats including three

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Group Captain Robert Kemp CBE QVRM AE DL has been appointed chairman of Veterans Housing Scotland, succeeding Lieutenant Colonel Richard Callander LVO OBE TD who retired following ten years as chairman. Established in 1915, formerly Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, Edinburgh-based Vet

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