Scotland’s public land is being sold off to housing developers building luxury homes and sidelining local people, The Ferret can reveal.
Council and police must offer increased support to Fortune tenants and neighbours, say campaigners.
The Ministry of Defence is having a “devastating impact on communities” by selling off land that could be used for housing, according to one of the largest trade unions in Britain.
Property sold off by public bodies across Scotland is worth half a billion and includes leisure centres, hospitals, healthcare clinics, and swimming pools.
Concerns about new Glasgow-wide figures revealing continued widespread use of homeless B&Bs for over seven day limit have been raised, while "unsuitable" housing rules have been put on hold.
New research shows that Scotland is losing out on “substantial" tax revenue from derelict land owners, says land reform campaigner and MSP, Andy Wightman.
Tenants of Scotland's largest housing association who have suffered damp and mould are calling for action on repairs, as questions about use of furlough are raised.
One in three people making a homeless application in Glasgow prior to the Covid-19 pandemic were turned away by the city council, an inquiry has found.
An exclusive private housing development backed financially by a Scottish government “green” fund has been criticised for destroying “cherished woodland” and not providing affordable homes.