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Scottish Government under pressure ahead of Budget as affordable homes target goes into ‘reverse’

SFHA lead a campaign to call for £700m for social housing to meet First Minister’s ‘defining mission’ to tackle child poverty.

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Energy price rises see staggering intervention from social landlords to protect tenants

Funded by the Scottish Government, the Social Housing Fuel Support Fund has enabled housing associations and co-operatives to make over 68,000 direct interventions for tenants struggling to afford their energy costs.      

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‘Act now’ MPs told as new report lays bare the devastating impact of the cost-of-living crisis on Scotland’s social tenants

The report – titled “It’s Your Life’s Opportunities” - finds that among the biggest drivers of deprivation have been the exorbitant costs of food and energy, with more than 95% saying that they are struggling with the costs of putting food on the table and heating their home.  

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Ofgem announces latest energy price cap

While the cap rates set a maximum charge per unit of energy, overall cost will still be influenced by the amount of energy used and type of heating system.

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‘Devastating’ levels of fuel poverty in rural Scotland uncovered by new research

Commissioned by the Rural & Islands Housing Associations Forum (RIHAF), the Highlands & Islands Housing Associations Affordable Warmth group (HIHAAW) and Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the report sets out the drivers, impacts and extent of fuel poverty in rural Scotland.  

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Over 55,000 households benefit from additional funding to help tenants facing fuel poverty

The fund is part of the Scottish Government’s wider Fuel Insecurity Fund. SFHA administers the fund for housing associations and co-operatives to provide direct support to their tenants who are struggling with energy costs. 

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Scots housing associations ask Ofgem to step in on energy costs

Visit comes as UK Chancellor prepares to outline budget measures 

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