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Melville celebrates Scottish Housing Day by launching film

The short four-minute film takes a look at a new concept for social housing, currently being developed by Melville and christened ‘social co-housing’.


Data Protection Officer (DPO) services

When Freedom of Information “goes live” for RSLs on 11 November, this will bring with it the requirement to employ a Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).    SFHA is aware that this requirement has been causing members some concern, particularly for smaller organisations with limited resources.   As there are limitations on who can carry out the role – such as it can never be the Chief Executive – this has left some of our members feeling like they have no one internal who can carry out the role. SFHA has negotiated three packages of support at heavily discounted rates for SFHA members.   As different members will have different needs, we recognised it was important to ensure different options were available.   


Caledonia Housing Association Director of Finance to step down

Ron Hunter steps down after a 34-year career in social housing sector.  


Minibems joins SFHA as sector associates

Since its beginnings, Minibems has been active in the social housing market in Scotland, with an office in Glasgow since 2018 and becoming a Commercial Associate of the SFHA in 2019.


Lintel Trust gears up for GO Awards Scotland

Lintel Trust shortlisted for its partnership with Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) to deliver its Community Benefit Fund.


Scottish Rural and Islands Housing Conference to discuss challenges of rural development

on 31 October and 1 November at the Easterbrook Hall in Dumfries.


Protecting against homelessness

Fund of £1.5 million for social landlords to work with families.


Berwickshire Housing Association hosts virtual dementia bus

Tour bus helps staff and volunteers understand what it may be like to have dementia.