Academic report acknowledges Greenock regeneration project

An innovative urban regeneration project in Greenock has been hailed a success in a report published by the University of Stirling.

Published 26 June 2019

Plans lodged for 151 apartments at final plot of Leith development

Detailed planning proposals have been submitted to City of Edinburgh Council for the final residential plots within the Salamander Place development in Leith.

Published 26 June 2019

FLAIR conference marks 30 years of collaboration and helping communities

Housing associations in Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire have shone the spotlight on the work they do helping communities.

Published 26 June 2019

Work starts on Scotland’s first community-owned Passivhaus certified homes

Building work has started on three family-sized passivhaus certified homes in the village of Closeburn in Dumfries and Galloway.

Published 26 June 2019

Argyll & Bute residents urged to have their say on housing needs

Residents living in Argyll & Bute are being urged to give their opinion on the area's housing needs.

Published 26 June 2019

Bield day care centre turns 10

A day care centre in East Dunbartonshire has celebrated hitting double figures with a duo of birthday events.

Published 26 June 2019

Sarah Johnsen: Overcoming barriers to healthcare for people experiencing homelessness

I-SPHERE Professor Sarah Johnsen describes how a flexible and relational approach helps to overcome many of the barriers that homeless people face when accessing healthcare. 

Published 26 June 2019

Midlothian Council expected to save more than £7m with new financial strategy

Midlothian Council is expected to save more than £7 million after councillors agreed its first Medium Term Financial Strategy.

Published 26 June 2019

Advertorial: New Aico #AlarmsSaveLives Tenant Pack

Residential fire and carbon monoxide alarms provider Aico Ltd. has launched new Tenant Packs to help landlords raise awareness and emphasise how important it is to regularly test your fire and carbon monoxide alarms.

Published 26 June 2019

Public sector pension body left with £23m budget gap after failed IT project

A failed IT project has cost Scotland's public sector pension body millions and set its planning back significantly, according to the spending watchdog.

Published 26 June 2019

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