Welcome to your new member website.
Enabling us to gather information on the MA’s we have in the sector to better understand the benefits, barriers and recruitment processes.
The level of need for affordable housing in Scotland is double what is currently being delivered, according to a new report published today by three of Scotland’s leading housing organisations.
Stay connected with the SFHA through networking at events and forums. There are so many ways for you to get involved, locally, regionally and nationally.
Kingdom Housing Association’s Support and Care Service, which supports around 260 vulnerable people throughout the towns and villages of Fife and Falkirk, has congratulated newly qualified staff with a celebration lunch and presentation.
With the Scottish Government committing to building 50,000 affordable homes over the lifetime of the current parliament, how can Scotland’s rural and island communities ensure that a fair share of the homes are built in their areas?
We are looking for an inspiring and committed Chief Executive to lead the SFHA to sustain and extend our influence and reputation as the advocate of housing associations and co-operatives and their important work. This is a unique and challenging....
9 day(s) left
Craig Spence, CEO of Orkney HA, details challenges of developing and providing housing on islands such as higher costs and lower incomes
Craig Stirrat @GrampianHA "developing housing that actually meets need, particularly for older people, is a real challenge."
@EildonHousing CEO Nile Istephan hopes this level of housing investment is maintained and isn't just temporary.
@EildonHousing CEO Nile Istephan: "50,000 affordable homes target is welcome. Now need to roll up sleeves and get on with it."
Albyn CEO Calum McCaulay: "there is a lot of unspoken housing need." https://t.co/BzfZHrEJok