Homeless people are often charged by local authorities for storing their personal belongings after they lose their accommodation.
Local authorities across Scotland have paid out more than half a billion pounds putting homeless people in temporary accommodation in the last five years.
In September 2017, Chris Leslie, award winning photographer and filmmaker, and Dr Jonathan Charley, from the Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde, visited Moscow to report on one of the largest urban migration programmes in history.
The Scottish Government has been urged to drop Help to Buy subsidies for home-buyers after data reveals it mainly benefits big house-builders.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claim 200,000 people are on waiting lists for social housing in Scotland.
A new film features testimony from asylum seekers alleging intimidation and bullying by employees of security giant G4S
Officials acting at the request of a developer aiming to build hundreds of homes for private rent have been criticised.