Supporting Scotland’s recovery

Scotland Excel’s chief executive Julie Welsh explains how its construction frameworks can support Scotland’s social, economic and environmental recovery.

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Queens Cross helps to address child poverty and homelessness

A new project aimed at helping young parents manage their home and reducing child poverty is helping young families in north west Glasgow.

Published 7 May 2021

Mactaggart & Mickel welcomes outline approval for Kilmacolm proposals

Mactaggart & Mickel has welcomed Inverclyde Council’s approval of their outline planning application for a residential development in Kilmacolm.

Published 7 May 2021

Affordable homes granted planning permission on Colonsay 

Planning permission has been granted for an initial phase of nine affordable homes on Colonsay, prioritising the need for long-term residential homes on the island.

Published 7 May 2021

Link Housing chief executive June Green prepares for swansong

After 43-years championing decent housing as a basic right and making a positive difference to people’s lives, Link Housing chief executive June Green is looking forward to settling into a creative and musical retirement later this year.

Published 6 May 2021

Angus Council to accelerate £2m repairs backlog

Angus Council is to accelerate a pandemic-delayed programme of council house repairs.

Published 6 May 2021

Interest ramps up for potential Linlithgow Vennel redevelopment

West Lothian Council has received 13 expressions of interest in the potential redevelopment of Linlithgow’s Vennel site.

Published 6 May 2021

STUC: No political issue more important than root and branch social care reform

The next Scottish Government will face immediate trade union pressure to follow through on urgent reform of residential care, the STUC has warned.

Published 6 May 2021

Places for People sells out Edinburgh development

Places for People has hailed the success of its 55 Degrees North development in Edinburgh after all the homes were snapped up by homebuyers.

Published 6 May 2021

Building works begin at historic former high school site in Kelso

Local contractor M&J Ballantyne has started work to create more much-needed affordable housing on the historic site of the former High School in Kelso for Eildon Housing.

Published 5 May 2021

50th anniversary celebration plans being drawn up at Govan Housing Association

Scotland’s first community-based housing association is gearing up to mark its 50th anniversary this year.

Published 5 May 2021

Supporting Scotland’s recovery

Scotland Excel’s chief executive Julie Welsh explains how its construction frameworks can support Scotland’s social, economic and environmental recovery.

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