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Rent Setting for 2020/21: A blog by Shona Mitchell

With the 2020/21 rent setting cycle now in progress, SFHA would like to remind members we produce detailed guidance and, in partnership with HouseMark Scotland, provide an affordability analysis tool to help social landlords analyse the affordability of rents.

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Regulatory Framework Review - Update

Since SFHA's last blog update, there has been another meeting of the SHR's Working Group and a meeting of the SFHA Regulation Sounding Board.    At both of these meetings, an update was provided by the SHR about the content of the forthcoming formal consultation.

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Social Research Association Scotland

The Social Research Association (SRA) Scotland aims to provide a networking function for people engaged in social research across a wide range of organisations.

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New Scottish Government Housing Investment Levels

Following work by an expert panel, at which SFHA represented members, the Scottish Government announced increased investment levels for new social housing.

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Eildon acquires land to regenerate the former Borders College site

Eildon Housing has acquired the site of the former Borders College on Melrose Road.

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Osprey Housing works with local builder to complete first ‘tenure blind’ development

Osprey is currently also involved in another ‘tenure blind’ project, to create 76 new homes at Kinneddar Meadows in Lossiemouth.

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Work starts on fife housing group project with strong green credentials

This project marks the first time The JR Group has worked with Fife Housing Group.

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Bill Wilkie MBE opens Eildon’s new extra care development, Wilkie Gardens

The Wilkie Gardens development provides 39 one and two-bedroom flats on what was the derelict site of the old Langhaugh Mill.

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Veteran families move into Riverside Scotland’s affordable modular housing development

The £9.8 million project is being delivered by Riverside Scotland and Connect Modular, part of The Wee House Group and will provide 63 affordable homes in Dundonald, South Ayrshire.

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Work starts on Hanover's first Passivhaus social housing development

The sustainable homes will replace the original Drymen housing which was the first development that Hanover (Scotland) owned when it became independent in 1979. 

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New affordable homes in Leslie, Fife

The landscape-led scheme has been developed as a collaboration between Fraser/Livingstone Architects, horner+maclennan landscape architects and Dryburgh Associates.

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Pop-up larder brings groceries to older people’s doorsteps

The block of flats at 415 Nitshill Road has been specially designed to allow older people to live independently for longer.

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