School facilities in the village of Roslin are to benefits from funding boost of £155,000 as work gets underway on a new residential development.
A Scottish Federation of Housing Associations’ (SFHA) survey on the potential impact of leaving the European Union has revealed that 70% of respondents think Brexit will decreas
The Scottish Government must successfully reform the country’s planning system if it is to hit its target of delivering 50,000 new “affordable” homes by the end of the current parliament, according to the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH).
The impending Brexit is dampening the rental market in Scotland as many European Union migrants depart the country following last year’s leave vote, according to the latest Scot
Scotland’s housing associations have welcomed efforts by the country’s devolved government to hold off the roll-out of Universal Credit.
House prices in Scotland increased only marginally (0.1%) in January, with the average home now worth £171,407, up £137, according to the latest House Price Index for Scotland f
The Edinburgh and Lothians region dominated the Scottish rental scene once again in January with prices in the capital and surrounding areas growing faster than any other part o
Homeless people in Perth and Kinross met with MSPs from the Scottish Parliament’s Local Government and Communities Committee when they visited Churches Action for the Homeless (