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.
The Scottish Government has built fewer than half of the houses promised in rural areas and islands more than four years after funding of £30m was announced.
An extract from Maeve McClenaghan's book No Fixed Abode, telling the story of Ian Kirkland, who died homeless in Paisley in 2018.
A housing fund which is a precursor to the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) has awarded more than £100m to private developers who have built just 700 affordable houses.
As the charity run rapid access hotel for rough sleepers in Glasgow closes its doors, what's next for the city's street homeless?
Hundreds of tenants in Scotland have been handed eviction notices since the beginning of lockdown, despite government advice for landlords to be flexible during the pandemic.
Landlord lobbyists have pressured Scottish Government officials for further coronavirus subsidies in regular meetings with civil servants, documents show.
Housing and advice charities have warned that more must be done to tackle rogue landlords caught breaking the rules all over Scotland, despite emergency coronavirus laws.
Experts have called for “radical change” and an overhaul of Scotland’s laws to tackle thousands of vacant and derelict sites.