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Scottish 'yes' vote could improve UK credit, says Moody's
Moody's has said an independent Scotland would likely receive an investment grade rating and that the rest of the UK's credit could actually be improved in the event of a 'yes' vote.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 02/05/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish independence: Moody's predicts Scotland would get an 'A' credit rating
Scotland would likely hold a lower credit rating than the rest of the UK immediately after independence, according to the ratings agency Moody's.
BBC - Posted 02/05/2014

New-build council housing proposal for Falkland
Members of the public are being given the chance to discuss a proposed new housing development on land to the south of Back Dykes in Falkland.
Fife Council - Posted 01/05/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish Home Awards - Finalists
The Scottish Home Awards, sponsored by Ross & Liddell, are pleased to announce our finalists for 2014 across 18 categories.
KDMedia - Posted 01/05/2014

Comment on Joseph Rowntree Foundation report on housing and poverty
Commenting on the Joseph Rowntree Foundation report on housing and low incomes threatening increased poverty in Scotland, Graeme Brown, Director of Shelter Scotland, said: “This report shows clearly that Scotland’s chronic shortage of social housing is forcing more and more people on lower incomes into the private rented sector, people, who in the past, would have enjoyed the safety and security of social housing at an affordable rent.
Shelter Scotland - Posted 01/05/2014

Sixty Icon Promising start to year for housing market as sales rise
House prices rose at the start of the year as "consolidated growth" took hold in the Scottish property market, according to the latest official figures.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 01/05/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish Cities Alliance plans for Stirling investment
Stirling is to benefit from new housing, sports facilities, motorway access and business premises as part of a major investment scheme.
BBC - Posted 01/05/2014

Sixty Icon Attitudes towards poor getting worse
Scottish poverty figures are better than rest of UK, yet stigma is getting worse.
Third Force News - Posted 30/04/2014

Sixty Icon DWP and payday loans 'driving food bank use'
The Department of Work and Pension and payday loan firms are pushing more people to use food banks, according to Citizens Advice Scotland.
Evening Times - Posted 30/04/2014

Sixty Icon Housebuyers put off by doubt over Scotland's future
Slowdown in transactions put down to uncertainty over September's referendum on Scottish independence.
The Guardian - Posted 30/04/2014

Sixty Icon Cost of free personal care up by 162% in a decade
The cost of providing free personal care to elderly people in their homes has increased by 162% in the last decade.
BBC - Posted 30/04/2014

Sixty Icon Registers of Scotland: Property prices rise by 3.5%
The Scottish property market is showing further signs of growth, according to new figures.
BBC - Posted 30/04/2014

Scottish builders welcome fall in bankruptcy numbers
The Scottish Building Federation (SBF) has welcomed new figures showing a 33% fall in the number of construction firms going bust in the past year.
BBC - Posted 30/04/2014

GHA tenants are loving life in brand new city-centre homes
A city-centre location which lay underused for years has been transformed into 46 stylish homes by Glasgow Housing Association (GHA).
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 29/04/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish independence: Scotland 'committed' to EU, says Salmond
An independent Scotland would be an "enthusiastic, engaged and committed contributor to European progress", First Minister Alex Salmond has said.
BBC - Posted 29/04/2014

Sixty Icon £1.5 billion infrastructure investment
Thousands of jobs forecast from regeneration funding.
The Scottish Government - Posted 29/04/2014

Getting on the housing ladder just got harder
First-time buyers in Scotland face fresh obstacles in their bid to secure a foothold on the housing ladder as new lending rules take effect and house prices rise.
The Scotsman - Posted 29/04/2014

Island property prices soaring
Island communities in the Western Isles and Shetland are among two of the UK's top performing areas in terms of falling unemployment and rising house prices .
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 29/04/2014

Scotland's social housing falls by 17%
The share of social housing in Scotland has fallen by 17 per cent between 1991 and 2011, a Joseph Rowntree Foundation report released today.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/04/2014

Scotland's share of social housing falls by 17%
The share of social housing in Scotland has fallen by 17 per cent between 1991 and 2011, a Joseph Rowntree Foundation report released today.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/04/2014

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