Queens Cross Housing Association begins consultation on £3m Woodside transformation

A public consultation has been launched into a £3 million Queens Cross Housing Association environmental improvement project to transform the look of the Woodside area of Glasgow.  

Published 24 January 2020

MSP launches tool for reporting short-term lets

Scottish Green MSP Andy Wightman has launched an online tool which allows people to report and track short-term let properties operating in their community.

Published 24 January 2020

City of Edinburgh Council 'on track' to deliver three-year budget

The City of Edinburgh Council has announced a new timetable to enable councillors to agree a three-year budget on 20 February.

Published 24 January 2020

Social Bite receives £2,100 from iconic Glasgow baths

Social Bite and the ongoing drive to defeat homelessness received a financial boost this week from Glasgow’s iconic Western Baths.

Published 24 January 2020

Cyrenians launches Falkirk social enterprise

Cyrenians has officially launched a new social enterprise offering in the heart of Falkirk at Arnotdale House in Dollar Park.

Published 24 January 2020

Woman dies after fire at East Kilbride block of flats

A woman has died after a fire broke out at a block of flats in East Kilbride.

Published 24 January 2020

Affordable housing plan for Peterculter

First Endeavour LLP is preparing to submit plans to Aberdeen City Council for a new affordable housing development to the north of Peterculter.

Published 24 January 2020

Flats planned at former Glasgow police station

Westpoint Homes has revealed plans to demolish former Cranstonhill police station in Glasgow and build a six-storey block of flats.

Published 24 January 2020

CCG begins planned maintenance contract with Maryhill Housing

Work has commenced on a project to replace windows and doors on behalf of Maryhill Housing.

Published 23 January 2020

Lack of energy efficiency guidance ‘putting homes at risk’

A lack of guidance and leadership from the Scottish Government on the incoming changes to the energy efficiency of homes is putting unnecessary pressure on Scotland’s vital private rental sector, according to Scottish Land & Estates (SLE).

Published 23 January 2020

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