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Tesco Bank plans mixed-use development at South Gyle Broadway

Tesco Bank has unveiled plans to create more than 300 new homes, retail, commercial space and a nursery at South Gyle Broadway in Edinburgh.

Published 12 October 2021

Stewart Milne to offload £100m timber frame division

Stewart Milne Group (SMG) has put its £100 million timber frame business up for sale to capitalise on its strong growth and invest in land for new homes.

Published 12 October 2021

Aberdeen tower block listing appeal to be heard within weeks

Aberdeen City Council’s appeal against a decision to award protected status to eight blocks of 1960s high-rise flats could be resolved within weeks.

Published 12 October 2021

Bell Street Stables renovation picks up another top design award

The renovation of a stable block in Glasgow, which was once home to dozens of working horses, has picked up another prestigious property award.

Published 12 October 2021

GCHT announces launch of new podcast

The Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) has announced that it is launching a podcast.

Published 12 October 2021

Cullerton’s named Scotland’s No.1 estate agency

Edinburgh estate agency Cullerton’s is celebrating after being named No. 1 in Scotland just four years after launching in the city.

Published 12 October 2021

West Lothian Council agrees funding to help tackle food insecurity

West Lothian Council has agreed to provide a further £272,011 to the West Lothian Food Network (WLFN) to support households facing food insecurity up to March 2022.

Published 12 October 2021

Fair Way Scotland criticises 'destitution by design' policy

More than 30 charities and leading academics in Scotland, in partnership with the Scottish Government and local councils, are calling for major funders to step forward ahead of the winter months to fund a step-change in the provision of support for people seeking sanctuary in Scotland.

Published 11 October 2021

Two new trustees appointed at Berwickshire Housing Association

Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has appointed two new members to its board of trustees.

Published 11 October 2021

Scottish landlords warn of winter shortage of homes for private rent

Scotland’s largest membership organisation for private rented sector (PRS) landlords and letting agents has warned of a shortage of properties available to rent over the winter, increasing pressure on emergency housing provided by councils.

Published 11 October 2021

SLE welcomes 'proportionate response' to short-term lets licensing concerns

The Scottish Government has addressed a number of concerns outlined by Scottish Land & Estates (SLE) with changes to the licensing scheme for short-term lets, the rural business body has revealed.

Published 11 October 2021

Annika Joy: A Fair Way forward

Annika Joy is chief executive of Safe in Scotland (formerly Glasgow Night Shelter for Destitute Asylum Seekers), a human rights charity that develops and delivers lawful, safe, dignified accommodation and trauma-informed support for people experiencing asylum-related destitution. Here, Annika considers the impact of the Fair Way Scotland report published this week.

Published 11 October 2021

Kingdom Housing Association welcomes shortlisting success at CIH Scotland Housing Awards

Kingdom Housing Association has been shortlisted in eight categories at the CIH Scotland Housing Awards, a record result for the organisation.

Published 11 October 2021

Southside Housing Association celebrates opening of Halfway Community Park

A community in Cardonald celebrated the official opening of the Halfway Community Park at Moss Heights Avenue.

Published 11 October 2021

Former Govanhill steamie to be converted into community shop

The former steamie at Govanhill Baths in Glasgow is to be converted into a community shop selling discounted food after securing permission from Glasgow City Council.

Published 11 October 2021