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Ruchazie Housing Association helping release pressure for families in fuel poverty

Fuel poverty is defined by the Scottish Government as any household spending more than 10% of their income on energy - after housing costs have been deducted.


A year where the world as we had known it changed beyond all recognition

Sally Thomas, SFHA Chief Executive, reflects on the past year as we mark the one-year anniversary of the UK-wide Covid-19 lockdown.


New Osprey homes making a difference in Inverurie

The houses are in Portstown and offer residents state-of-the-art design while also boosting the town’s social housing provision.


Wheatley steps up support to help refugees settle in Scotland

Wheatley has rehoused 1133 refugees since 2016, all of them in Glasgow.


Six new board members join the Port of Leith Housing Association Group

The new members were sought after the Group’s five-year strategy was launched last year.


Bield appoints new Head of Development and Business Growth

Ms Peacock is responsible for Bield’s strategic objective to grow the business by identifying and creating opportunities for growth and development in new and existing markets.


Hillcrest Futures provides warmth and comfort to homeless people in Tayside

Hillcrest Futures’ drug and alcohol service offers a variety of interventions such as overdose prevention, blood borne virus testing and treatment, safer injecting advice as well as promoting recovery activities and mutual aid. 


SFHA welcomes “ambitious” Housing to 2040 strategy

Scottish Government releases Housing to 2040, a 20-year vision for housing and communitities. 

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