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Burying bad news: DWP uses attention on meaningful Brexit vote to announce new rules

Changes to the rules around benefits for couples whose ages lie either side of the state pension date mean that they could lose up to £7,000 in a year. The Government announced the change just as attention was on the meaningful vote in the House of Commons  on the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal. Housing associations are encouraged to see that there is maximum take up prior to the changes coming into effect on 15 May, 2019

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SFHA Brexit Briefing - February 2019

This briefing sets out the key challenges Brexit may bring for housing associations and how we can be ready for what may come.

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Brexit bulletin: Scotland’s role in the Brexit process

In her speech, on the first day of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty no later than end of March 2017. This will formally start the two-year period of the UK’s exit negotiations with the European Union. The role to be played by the Scottish Government and parliament in the Brexit process that Article 50 will trigger remains unclear. 

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SFHA Brexit Bulletin

SFHA is providing a monthly Brexit Bulletin for our members. Find it here.

Brexit means Brexit!

SFHA has outlined its initial areas of concern about the impact of Brexit on Scottish housing associations in a submission to the European and External Relations Committee of the Scottish Parliament.

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CIH - BREXIT Risks for Housing

CIH Scotland recently submitted written evidence to the European External Relations Committee on the impact of BREXIT on housing in Scotland.

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Ending Homelessness needs Collective Endeavour - Moderator CoS

The Scottish Churches Housing Action seminar on Homelessness took place on the 7 October 2016 in Edinburgh. Zhan McIntyre reflects on what she heard on the day, and what it means for housing providers. 

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Climate change, Brexit and Universal Credit discussed at SFHA hustings

Watch the parties answer questions on issues key to the housing sector.

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#AyeWeCan 5: What can housing associations do to help alleviate poverty?

Challenge Poverty Week blog by Rhona Penman, Advice Services Co-ordinator, Link Group.

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SFHA: we will work with Scottish Government to deliver support services for tenants after Brexit

SFHA calls on Scottish Government to put in place measures to support vulnerable tenants across Scotland if there is an unplanned and disorderly Brexit.

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Five reasons to attend SFHA Finance Conference

12–13 November, Crieff Hydro.

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Thenue AGM hears renewed commitment to helping tenants

Mr Turner tells AGM it is “Thenue’s priority is to help tenants through adversity”.

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The future of finance post-2021

Find out more at this year’s SFHA Finance Conference, 12 and 13 November, Crieff Hydro

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What does Brexit mean for you – your help is needed

SFHA will meet with Scottish Government Ministers next month to learn more about plans to support the sector based on the likely Brexit scenarios.

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SFHA CEO: social housing sector should be confident about the future

Ms Thomas addressed SFHA members at its AGM in Edinburgh.

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