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Sixty Icon Letting agent code of practice in Scotland will get underway in January
Letting agents in Scotland are being urged to get ready for the upcoming letting agent code of practice which is set to start accepting applications before the end of January.
Property Wire - Posted 04/01/2018

Health board staff deployed to admin and cleaning roles
Office-based workers at a Scottish health board are being deployed to cleaning and administrative duties.
BBC - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Carbon footprint of Scottish households 'falls by 25%'
The carbon footprint of Scottish households has fallen by an average of 25% since 2009, according to environmentalists.
BBC - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Langstane Housing Association co-founder Bob Tait
Robert (Bob) Tait, who co-founded and later chaired Langstane Housing Association, died suddenly on December 21 at his home in Aberdeen.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 04/01/2018

Not-for-profit energy supplier ignites fight against fuel poverty in Scotland
Not for profit energy supplier, Our Power has partnered with Money Advice Scotland to tackle the issue of fuel poverty among customers who heat their homes by electric storage heating and are tied into using Restricted Meters.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Row over council's plan to build homes as SNP are branded 'unprofessional'
Council chiefs are to explore the possibility of building houses on authority-owned sites rather than selling to private developers.
Dumbarton and Vale of Leven Reporter - Posted 03/01/2018

Food bank aid highlights plight of pet poverty
Andrew Dryden's dog Ebi tucks into a meal, but it is not from a pet shop or supermarket - it's from the Dundee food bank.
BBC - Posted 03/01/2018

Half of Scotland’s homes need repaired to tackle fuel poverty, say Greens
Fuel poverty will not be eliminated in Scotland until the government takes action to fix the one in two homes that have issues with weather-tightness and structural stability, a Green MSP has warned.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Funding to allow communities to have say in designs for their area
Community projects from Argyll and Bute to Shetland will share around £312,000 to regenerate their neighbourhoods, local government minister Kevin Stewart has announced.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon New plan to boost number of affordable rural homes
A housing manufacturer has struck a deal with Scottish Land and Estates to offer Scottish landowners the chance to boost rural incomes, deliver affordable housing, and sustain local communities though its new affordable homes programme.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish Government delivers actions to tackle rough sleeping
Additional capacity for night shelters and extra staff to help get more people into accommodation are among the actions being taken to tackle rough sleeping this winter.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 03/01/2018

Nicola Sturgeon urged to drop tax hike after 15 per cent hike for Scots' energy and insurance bills
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to drop plans for an income tax hike in April after it emerged Scottish households were hit with a 15 per cent increase in their energy and insurance bills last year.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 03/01/2018

Students cop the blame for pushing locals out of university towns – but it’s not their fault
Local residents of St Andrews feel university growth has come at too high a cost – it's time for local councils and universities to overcome the divide between town and gown.
The Independent - Posted 02/01/2018

Warning: Brexit will leave Scottish NHS in ruins
Scotland's NHS is facing ruin because of Brexit. The stark warning comes from the Scottish Government’s health secretary Shona Robison, as well as the head of the British Medical Association (BMA) in Scotland and the Scottish leader of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 01/01/2018

Richard Leonard admits an independent Scotland is 'perfectly feasible'
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has said that the “creation of a separate Scottish state is perfectly feasible”.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 01/01/2018

2018: judgement time for the SNP Government on tax and public services
Voters in Scotland could be looking forward to a year of relative peace on the doorstep in 2018.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 01/01/2018

NHS 24 service sees 'exceptional demand'
The NHS 24 hotline in Scotland has experienced its busiest festive period since it began 15 years ago.
BBC - Posted 31/12/2017

Sixty Icon 100,000 more women than men paid less than the living wage – Labour
Over 100,000 more women than men in Scotland are paid less than the living wage, new analysis has shown.
Evening Express - Posted 31/12/2017

Sixty Icon Revealed: The reasons why Dundee council evicted folk from homes in 2017
Dozens of people have been evicted from their council houses in 2017.
Evening Telegraph - Posted 30/12/2017

Sixty Icon Out in the cold: homelessness
Why is homelessness still a major problem in Scotland in the 21st century?
Holyrood - Posted 29/12/2017

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