Stirling Council’s investment in innovative new technology to ensure warmer, greener and more energy-efficient local authority homes has been praised by the Scottish Government.
Published 16 August 2019
An interest-free loan offer designed to help registered social landlords progress their stock towards meeting the required Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) has been extended until the end of August.
Published 3 August 2018
Blog: Meeting the 2020 Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing is going to require a major push over the next two years
By Stephen Herriot, head of operations at PfH Scotland
Published 29 May 2018
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published updated versions of its technical guidance for landlords for both the Energy Efficient Standard for Social Housing (EESSH) and the Scottish Social Housing Charter.
Published 21 December 2017
Heating installation specialist Ecoliving, part of the Glasgow-based Turner Group, is making £3 million available to support social landlords in the fight against fuel poverty.
Published 22 November 2017
£600m heating services procurement framework promises big energy savings for Scottish social landlords
A new specialist heating services procurement framework specifically designed to meet the needs of the Scottish social housing sector has been launched, offering participating social landlords the opportunity to achieve major improvements in energy efficiency and significant savings on their energy bills.
Published 6 November 2017
Specialist heating contractors from across Scotland are being invited to submit bids to take part in a new £600 million procurement framework specifically designed to help registered social landlords meet their obligations under the Energy Efficiency Standard for Social Housing (EESSH).
Published 13 June 2017
Eleven new jobs are set to be created by the launch of a new in-house maintenance company by Grampian Housing Association.
Published 19 April 2017
Over £225 million is to be invested in Fife’s council homes over the next three years to ensure the local authority continues to reach the Scottish Housing Quality Standard (SHQS).
Published 31 March 2016