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Revised charter published

The revised Social Housing Charter has now been published following approval from Scottish Parliament. 


SHR regulation of social housing discussion paper

The SHR has launched the first stage of its review ot the regulatory framework.  It has issued a discussion paper, available on the SHR website here: SHR discussion paper Responses are due by 11 August 2023, and SFHA is seeking input from members to its response.  


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Why the housing crisis is also a public health emergency

Emma Doyle, Organisational Lead for Housing and Homelessness at Public Health Scotland, discusses the current lack of affordable housing and it's impact on the  levels of people experiencing homelessness in Scotland.  


Grampian Housing Association and Barratt complete first phase of new affordable homes in Elgin

Tenants of Grampian Housing Association have received keys and are moving into their new energy efficient homes in the Findrassie area of Elgin. 


New research on the impact of waiting for a social home: call for participants

SFHA would be grateful to all our members, and to their local authority partners, for helping us find participants for the research from their own staff and people on their housing waiting lists.


Scottish Government affordable rented housebuilding programme in ‘absolute freefall’ amid ‘national housing emergency’

New government statistics paint worrying picture of social home development.


From homelessness to hope

27 March 2024, The Studio, Glasgow


Homeless Network Scotland’s Impact Report

Homeless Network Scotland shares its impact report: Connect, Learn & Act on homelessness to end it for good. 


Wheatley regeneration to create nearly 400 affordable homes and a new community hub

Wheatley Homes Glasgow and Glasgow City Council reveal updated plans to transform Wyndford in Maryhill.  


SFHA call on Scottish Government to “honour commitment” to fund affordable housing in wake of Spring Budget

Holyrood set to benefit from £295million in Barnett Consequentials as a result of UK Government Budget.

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