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Sixty Icon West Dunbartonshire Council rent rise to be invested in housing
Rents for council tenants in West Dunbartonshire are to rise by 7.63%, which the council states will help fund improvements to housing.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Growth of loans for Scottish social landlords lowest since 2004
The growth of loans available to Scottish housing associations has been squeezed to its lowest rate since 2004, an official report has found.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/02/2014

New watchdog to highlight badly performing care homes
Badly performing Scottish nursing homes and care services are to be highlighted under a new watchdog regime, it has been announced.
Inside Housing - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Almond tenants to benefit from free insulation
Households in West Lothian are set to benefit from cheaper heating bills through a new energy efficiency project.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Social landlords still struggling with anti social behaviour
Taking quick and effective action in serious anti social behaviour cases remains challenging, according to a new practice briefing from CIH Scotland.
HousingNet - Posted 17/02/2014

Sixty Icon Scottish job vacancies rise as business confidence 'at new high'
Vacancies for permanent jobs in Scotland have risen at their fastest rate in eight years, according to a new survey.
BBC - Posted 17/02/2014

West Dunbartonshire Council announces housing rent rise
Rents for council house tenants in West Dunbartonshire are to rise by 7.63% from 1 April, it has been announced.
BBC - Posted 16/02/2014

Local authority strikes 'landmark' deal to halve housing debt
Council has reached a ‘landmark’ agreement with the UK and Scottish governments, which helps it more than halve its housing debt.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/02/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: CIH Scotland commentary on recent bedroom tax tribunal rulings
Recent bedroom tax rulings in Scotland and England have thrown up a number of issues of interest, but CIH Scotland believes that caution should be exercised in reading too much into the implications at this stage.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Falkirk Council to spend £88m to build and improve social housing stock
£88 million is to be spent over the next three years to build new and improve existing social housing stock across the Falkirk Council area.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 14/02/2014

Demand for property in Scotland continues to grow
House prices are continuing to rise as demand for properties surges ahead of supply, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
The Scotsman - Posted 13/02/2014

Councils in Scotland bearing the brunt of cuts
The double whammy of austerity measures and the council tax freeze has left local government in Scotland bearing the brunt of cuts.
UNISON Scotland - Posted 13/02/2014

Scottish Borders Housing Association: tackling welfare reform
Barry Wood, Help with Money Advisor and Debbie Mzee, Welfare Benefits Officer, have been assisting Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) tenants to meet the challenges of welfare reform by helping to bring in £405,091 of additional income for tenants so far.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 13/02/2014

If not the bedroom tax, then what?
The Scottish Parliament’s welfare reform committee has called for an end to cuts to housing benefit to people with spare bedrooms.
Third Force News - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Independence vote: 'Yes' means no Scottish pound, says Osborne
If the Scottish people vote for independence, they will not be able to keep the pound as their currency, George Osborne will say in a speech in Edinburgh later.
BBC - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Historic Shetland housing debt more than halved
Shetland Islands Council's historic housing debt has been more than halved by millions of pounds from the Westminster and Holyrood governments.
BBC - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Demand for property continues to rise says Rics survey
The Scottish housing market continues to see demand for properties outstrip supply, according to surveyors.
BBC - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Gentoo subsidiary in merger bid for troubled landlord
West of Scotland one of several vying for Bellsmyre.
Inside Housing - Posted 13/02/2014

Massive scheme launched to breath new life into Kirkcaldy
Kirkcaldy residents are to be asked to help kickstart ambitious plans to breathe new life into a derelict part of town.
The Courier - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon ‘Axe debts' for bedroom tax tenants - Ian Davidson
Tenants in arrears because of the so-called “bedroom tax” should have their debt written off and “charges” refunded, according to a senior Labour MP.
The Scotsman - Posted 12/02/2014

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