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Digital empowerment and leadership are now more important than ever

Ahead of SFHA's Housing Now, Housing’s Future: Digital Empowerment and Leadership Conference, taking place on 25 February, Gary Dickson, Digital and Design Manager, explains why the pandemic resulted in challenges – but also opportunities – for organisations. 


SFHA Poverty and Inequality Conference to discuss Homelessness Prevention Fund

SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing’s Future: Poverty and Inequality Conference, taking place on 18 February, will hear how Queens Cross Housing Association and Wheatley Group have used the funding to support their work.  


Poverty and inequality conference to discuss domestic abuse and housing

SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing's Future: Poverty and Inequality Conference, taking place on 18 February, will see Scottish Women’s Aid and CIH Scotland discussing improving housing outcomes for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. 


SFHA Poverty and Inequality Conference to discuss supporting communities during Covid

SFHA’s Housing Now, Housing's Future: Poverty and Inequality Conference, taking place on 18 February, will see the Hillcrest Homes and Abertay Housing Association discussing the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Fund and how it has helped those most impacted by the pandemic in their communities.  


Last chance to book for SFHA’s Poverty and Inequality Conference

The Poverty and Inequality Conference is for senior staff and board members but also has sessions for staff working in - and with - housing management, tenancy sustainment, homelessness, fuel poverty and financial inclusion.


Wheatley Foundation welcomes international housing expert on board

Wheatley Group has appointed two new members to its board.  


WWHC Director announces retirement

Paul Farrell, Director of West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative, has announced his retirement after 32 years in the post. 


Extra funding is welcome, but investment must rise in line with increasing costs

Extra funding brings proposed investment for 2021–2026 to £3.4 billion, which could deliver the 53,000 affordable homes Scotland needs during the next parliament – as long there is a commitment to increasing it in line with development costs over the next five years. 

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