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SFHA launches Housing Changes Lives campaign

SFHA's campaign is highlighting the impact that the social housing sector has on people's lives as well as demonstrating how investment in the social housing sector will help to kickstart the country’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

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SFHA members' Scottish Parliament election toolkit

SFHA has created a toolkit that members can use to take part in its Housing Changes Lives election campaign. 

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Latest housing statistics show impact of pausing construction due to pandemic

Statistics show show that between April to June 2020, 98% less social sector homes were completed compared to the same quarter in 2019.

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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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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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SFHA welcomes £3.3bn funding proposed for next Affordable Housing Programme

Funding announced by Scottish Government as part of its Infrastructure Investment Plan for Scotland 2021-22 to 2025-26.

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Affordable housing is central to Scotland’s social and economic recovery

SFHA cautiously welcomes budget but says grant levels must be "realistic".

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Affordable housebuilding should be “the cornerstone of Scotland’s recovery”, says joint letter to Kate Forbes

More than 25 organisations sign letter to Cabinet Secretary, including SFHA, Shelter Scotland, Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland, Citizens Advice Scotland, and Scottish Women’s Aid.

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