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Work begins to create new amenity homes in Paisley

Construction work on new amenity housing in the centre of Paisley is now under way.

Published 18 January 2021

Councillors urged to approve new apartment block at Aberdeen warehouse site

Plans to demolish three warehouses in Aberdeen to make way for 33 apartments have been recommended for approval by city planners.

Published 18 January 2021

7N Architects appointed to New Gorbals Housing Association framework

New Gorbals Housing Association has named 7N Architects on its development framework.

Published 18 January 2021

Artists urged to join in Bield's golden anniversary celebrations

Bield is calling on art-loving members of the public to get creative to help celebrate its golden anniversary after 50 years in the business.

Published 18 January 2021

Green light for 34 new flats in Paisley

Renfrewshire Council has approved plans to build 34 flats and three ground floor commercial units at 22 Bridge Street in Paisley.

Published 18 January 2021

McKernan Homes secures approval for flats at former Glasgow cinema

McKernan Homes Ltd has been granted approval for plans to build 24 two-bedroom flats on vacant land at the site of a former 1920s cinema in Dennistoun, Glasgow.

Published 18 January 2021

Highland committee commits to securing land for housing

The Highland Council's Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh committee has committed to securing land for housing purposes. 

Published 18 January 2021

Scottish Greens back Citizens’ Assembly's call for rent controls

The Scottish Greens have echoed calls from the Citizens’ Assembly for the introduction of rent controls to combat "inflation-busting rent rises" across Scotland.

Published 18 January 2021

Cladding crisis threatens UK housing market

UK flat sales have halved as official data reveals for the first time how a scandal over the poor construction of recent homes is trickling into the economy.

Published 18 January 2021

Fife Council plans £320,000 investment to curb anti-social behaviour

Fife Council intends to spend an additional £320,000 on tackling anti-social behaviour.

Published 18 January 2021

CAS: Universal Credit advice soars by 10% during pandemic

Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has called on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to retain the £20 increase in Universal Credit ahead of a Westminster debate today.

Published 18 January 2021

Vulnerable young people given more support into employment

Funding of almost £1 million to help more vulnerable young people across Scotland into work has been announced by economy secretary Fiona Hyslop.

Published 18 January 2021

Glasgow unveils £469m plan for 4,400 affordable homes over next five years

Glasgow City Council yesterday approved its Strategic Housing Investment Plan for the city over the 2021-26 period, a time which will see £469.71 million affordable housing supply programme grant funding made available with the aim of building an additional 4,400 affordable homes.

Published 15 January 2021

Shettleston Housing Association receives £45m funding package from RBS

Shettleston Housing Association has welcomed a £45 million funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland to refinance existing loans and enable completion of its new build development programme within the area.

Published 15 January 2021

New tradesman announcement 'no material change' for housing service providers

The First Minister's announcement this week that the current guidance regarding only carrying out essential works in homes would become law does not represent any material change for housing service providers, the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) has confirmed.

Published 15 January 2021