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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.


SFHA comments on Universal Credit flexibilities

Scottish Government introduces Universal Credit flexibilities


Work and Pensions Committee Launch Inquiries

The Work and Pensions Committee have launched two inquiries - the first is a re-launch into Universal Credit, the second is an inquiry into the benefit cap. SFHA would like to ask for member input in order to draft evidence for these inquiries. 


Supported Housing Funding Reform Consultation - SFHA Response

Thanks to input from SFHA members, SFHA have responded to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) consultation on funding reforms of supported housing. Read this article to find out more.


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. 


SFHA Brexit Bulletin

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

Summary of SFHA Campaign: Scotland Act 2016

The Scotland Act 2016 will devolve considerable new powers for the Scottish Parliament.  This article summarises the activity did on behalf of member in relation to the Scotland Act 2016.


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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What will Brexit’s impact be on the social housing sector?

Political economist John McLaren will be telling delegates at the SFHA Finance Conference what he thinks about the future of the economy and its impact on the social housing sector will be after Brexit.


Brexit and Disabled People’s Rights in Scotland

The independent Living in Scotland project (ILIS), with support and legal advice from the Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe, has created a Statement of Principles outlining the key concerns about Brexit for disabled people in Scotland.


Brexit impact survey

SFHA members are encouraged to take part in Brexit survey 


NatCen survey results looks at reasons for EU referendum leave vote

New survey by NatCen looks at reasons why people voted to leave the EU.


Brexit survey: more help needed

Case studies needed for Brexit impact survey. 


Social Security (Scotland) Bill Consultation

The SFHA  has submitted a response to the Social Security (Scotland) Bill Consultation, which closed on August 23rd.  


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