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Scottish Water: Updated technical specifications now available

After a technical review and extensive stakeholder engagement, Scottish Water has confirmed that Water for Scotland (WfS) and Sewers for Scotland (SfS), utilised by the Developer Community to design and construct Water and Waste Water Infrastructure, have been updated. Version 4.0 of each document was released on Tuesday 16th October 2018.


Disconnected: Digital Exclusion in Scotland

Citizens Advice Scotland have recently published a report on the digital access and skills of their clients. Read this article to find out more.


Social Research Association Scotland

The Social Research Association (SRA) Scotland aims to provide a networking function for people engaged in social research across a wide range of organisations.


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Scottish Government publishes guidance for fire safety in high-rise buildings

The guidance provides practical fire safety advice on how to prevent fires and reduce the risks from fires in high rise domestic buildings.


Citizens' Advice Scotland publish research into the estimated costs of improving the energy efficiency of Scotland's homes

Briefing paper presents CAS’ estimate of how much it will cost to raise the energy performance of all homes in Scotland to at least an EPC C by 2040 (EPC B for social sector homes) in line with the Scottish Government’s target under Energy Efficient Scotland (EES).


New standards for fire and smoke alarms announced

The Scottish Government has announced the new standards for fire and smoke alarms, which housing associations have until February 2021 to comply with.


Social housing new builds ‘must not stop’ and ‘partnership is key’ Wheatley’s McNish urges at GHA research launch

Glasgow Housing Association’s research – launched today (Friday 18) at Glasgow City Chambers – shows that the organisation has contributed £2 billion to Scotland’s economy since the stock transfer from Glasgow City Council in 2003.


Still time to have your say on Glasgow’s Draft Strategic Plan for health and social care services

Spaces are still available for Glasgow housing associations to share their views on Glasgow’s Draft Strategic Plan for health and social care 2019 – 2022. 


Survey: Digital Participation – filling the gaps

The Scottish Government recognises that participation levels are lowest amongst some key, vulnerable groups. 


Have your say - BBC seeks housing sector perspectives on Universal Credit

Respond to our survey to have your perspectives featured in BBC’s Panorama.

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