Ministers reject Edinburgh short-term let enforcement notice appeals

Appeals into enforcement notices served by the City of Edinburgh Council to bring the unlawful use of properties for short-term lets have been dismissed by the Scottish Government.

Published 15 January 2021

Smith Scott Mullan Associates welcomes Kingdom framework success

Kingdom Housing Association has appointed Smith Scott Mullan Associates to its framework for architect and multi-discipline design team services.

Published 15 January 2021

Record day for Scottish Construction Now

Wednesday was a record day for Scottish Construction Now with over 30,000 visitors to its website.

Published 15 January 2021

Kirkwood Homes plan recommended for approval

Kirkwood Homes is seeking permission to build 284 new homes at the northern border of Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen.

Published 15 January 2021

Speakers line-up unveiled for 10th Scottish Empty Homes Conference

The Scottish Empty Homes Partnership has announced a dynamic line-up of speakers for its first ever digital conference, which will be held 1-3 February 2021.

Published 15 January 2021

James Gibb appoints David Leese as chief operating officer

James Gibb residential factors has appointed David Leese to its senior management team, in the newly-created position of chief operating officer.

Published 15 January 2021

Homeless people can buy affordable homes in London, says Shaun Bailey

Shaun Bailey, the Conservative candidate for London mayor, has sparked rage after suggesting that people experiencing homelessness would be able to save up a £5,000 deposit to buy a share of a newly build affordable home in the city.

Published 15 January 2021

New fundraising campaign launches by Ise of Raasay residents for energy efficiency projects

Residents of the Isle of Raasay have launched a fundraising campaign to build two new community hydroelectric schemes that will generate enough green energy to power all their homes and provide income for local projects.

Published 15 January 2021

North Lanarkshire Council launches new child payment

North Lanarkshire Council's Tackling Poverty Group is launching a new North Lanarkshire Child Payment to support the families of 10,000 children in the area.

Published 15 January 2021

Railway arch designs aim to open up connections between Glasgow communities

New Gorbals Housing Association has teamed up with Page\Park Architects to submit designs to create a pedestrian link between two Glasgow communities by opening up a railway arch.

Published 14 January 2021

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