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Scottish housing regulator calls for improvements to Traveller sites
Only half of Gypsy and Traveller sites in Scotland have clear information for residents about the standard of accommodation they should expect, the Scottish Housing Regulator has found.
Inside Housing - Posted 06/03/2018

Govan Housing Association launches new financial inclusion team
A new team has been formed by Govan Housing Association which will be available to tenants and the wider community to address all matters relating to financial inclusion.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 06/03/2018

Regulator to oversee review of development procedures at Clyde Valley Housing Association
The Scottish Housing Regulator is to engage with Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) after an independent investigation into a site acquisition identified issues in respect of the RSL’s development procedures.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish Care warns Brexit could exacerbate ‘severe’ workforce crisis
The organisation also said measures must be put in place to make working in the sector a more attractive option.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 06/03/2018

Economic cost of snow disruption 'much smaller' than predicted
The economic cost of the recent severe weather may not be as bad as predicted, according to independent researchers.
BBC - Posted 06/03/2018

North Ayrshire Council settles equal pay claims
North Ayrshire Council has reached agreement over equal pay claims from more than 500 current and former employees.
BBC - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish Borders prepares for flooding threat
Scottish Borders Council has started to prepare for potential flooding due to melting snow and forecast rain.
BBC - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scotland's chance to ensure every child can lead a decent life
Scotland should be a place where every child gets a good start in life and can succeed. Poverty holds children back and hinders their progress, yet a quarter of children in Scotland currently experience poverty.
Joseph Rowntree Foundation - Posted 06/03/2018

Older Scots urged to claim council tax help
​Thousands are not getting financial breaks they're entitled to.
Third Force News - Posted 06/03/2018

Snowfall highlights local associations’ focus on vulnerable tenants
Community-based housing associations have come to the fore to ensure vulnerable people in their community were able to cope with the impact of the heavy snowfall, according to the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations (GWSF).
Scottish Housing News - Posted 06/03/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Planning (Scotland) Bill: Note by the Clerk
This paper provides background information on Committee’s stage 1 scrutiny of the Planning (Scotland) Bill.
The Scottish Parliament - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Regulator maintains statutory appointments at Antonine Housing Association
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued the statutory appointment of a manager and governing body members at Antonine Housing Association for another six month period.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Statutory appointments to continue at Arklet Housing Association
The statutory appointment of a manager and governing body members at Arklet Housing Association is to continue until the end of December 2018, the Scottish Housing Regulator has announced.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/03/2018

Perth & Kinross Homeless Housing Support Service is ‘sector leader’, say inspectors
Perth & Kinross Council’s Homeless Housing Support Service has been graded as ‘excellent following an audit by the Care Inspectorate.
Scottish Housing News - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish Government signals that Brexit will provide challenges for housing
The housing sector and Government in Scotland have pledged to continue to work together to safeguard against the uncertainties created by Brexit and ensure affordable housing is available to all who need it.
Property Wire - Posted 05/03/2018

From shortbread to the NHS: Scotland fears loss of workers after Brexit
Employers have depended on EU nationals, many of whom are now embedded in the Highlands.
The Guardian - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Scottish government urged to use devolved powers on child poverty
Calls for commitment to topping up child element of universal credit to meet 2030 targets.
The Guardian - Posted 05/03/2018

Snow storms 'cost economy £200m-£300m'
The recent severe weather has cost Scotland's economy hundreds of millions of pounds, according to a leading economist.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Scottish government warns employers over snow days pay docking
Scottish ministers are considering action against employers for docking the wages of staff who could not make it to work because of the bad weather.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Bellwin Scheme triggered
Emergency financial assistance made available for councils.
The Scottish Government - Posted 05/03/2018

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