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Sixty Icon Cordale issues merger warning
Tenants told landlord faces collapse if they fail to approve Caledonia deal.
Inside Housing - Posted 30/01/2014

Housing Minister officially opens new Peebles housing complex
Scotland's Minister for Housing and Welfare Margaret Burgess MSP, officiated at the opening of an extra care and general needs housing development in Peebles this week.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 30/01/2014

Caltongate development gets green light
Revived plans to develop a derelict gap site in Edinburgh have been approved by councillors.
BBC - Posted 30/01/2014

Sixty Icon SFHA's Susan Torrance Awarded OBE
The Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) is delighted to announce that Susan Torrance has been awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE).
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 30/01/2014

Sixty Icon Number of Scots wrongly hit by bedroom tax 'unclear'
Officials in Westminster have failed to reveal how many Scottish people could have been incorrectly hit with the bedroom tax.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon Video: 'Bedroom tax' petition evidence session.
The Welfare Reform Committee hosted a second evidence session on petition PE01496 which calls "on the Scottish government to make approximately £50 million available to mitigate all effects of the bedroom tax in Scotland", on 28 January 2014 .
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon School fees 'cheaper than moving'
Sending children to private school can cost parents less than buying a house near the best local authority-run schools, a think tank has claimed.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Extent of benefit error 'unclear', Margaret Burgess says
The Scottish government has demanded to know how many "vulnerable people" in Scotland have incorrectly lost out because of housing benefit reforms.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon Report forecasts 30,000 extra construction jobs by 2018 Report forecasts 30,000 extra construction jobs by 2018
Demand for new homes could fuel the creation of nearly 30,000 extra construction jobs in Scotland over the next five years, a report has claimed.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Freud pressured for bedroom tax loophole numbers
The Scottish Government is pressing Lord Freud to reveal how many tenants in Scotland have been wrongly affected by the bedroom tax.
Inside Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

New homes for Bathgate
Almost £1 million affordable housing investment.
The Scottish Government - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon First social landlord-run post office opens
A social landlord in Scotland has become the first in the UK to partner with the Post Office to run its own local branch.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Turned away
Will the Scottish housing bill make it easier for social landlords to abandon homeless people, asks Heather Spurr.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Scots bedroom tax error answers demanded
Clarification over how many people in Scotland may have been wrongly hit by the so-called bedroom tax has been demanded by the Scottish Government.
The Scotsman - Posted 28/01/2014

Calls for clarity on ‘Bedroom Tax'
Welfare Minister demands answers from UK Government on overcharging residents.
The Scottish Government - Posted 28/01/2014

Highland Council appoints Director of new customer-focused service
The Highland Council has appointed a Director of a new service to be created from 1 April as a key part of the new service management structure of the council.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 28/01/2014

Public backs infrastructure investment to boost Scottish economy
The public have named investment in infrastructure as the best way of boosting the Scottish economy according to a new opinion poll commissioned by the Scottish Building Federation and carried out by Progressive Scottish Opinion.
Housing Scotland Today - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon One Vision Housing hosts Scottish housing professionals on trip to learn about resident empowerment and scrutiny
Housing professionals from councils and housing associations in Scotland attended the head office of One Vision Housing (OVH) in Merseyside, to learn about resident empowerment and scrutiny as part a study visit set up by HouseMark Scotland.
Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Margaret Burgess opens Peebles housing development
Housing Minister Margaret Burgess has officially opened a £7.9m extra care and general needs housing development.
BBC - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Second strike for council care workers
Care workers for Glasgow council residential homes are on strike from today, after a previous strike led to ‘no attempt to resolve the dispute’.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

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