Static caravan and lodge owners in Scotland have called on the UK Government to give them better protections.
A charity is raising fears about asylum accommodation after a traumatised refugee family was housed on the edge of a notoriously derelict and abandoned estate in Port Glasgow.
An Edinburgh property firm owned by landlord Mark Fortune has been ordered to make one of its flats…
Parents of children on the Inner Hebridean island of Luing fear the permanent closure of its only primary school would push away young families and fuel depopulation.
As part of a cross-border island depopulation series with The Ferret, Noteworthy spoke to islanders in Ireland waiting 25 years for the policies they need to thrive.
In the third instalment of our island depopulation series, The Ferret visits North Ronaldsay to find out how small islands might be able to grow their populations.
In the second instalment of our island depopulation series, we visited Orkney to find out why the archipelago's population is growing more quickly than any other in Scotland.
In the first instalment of our island depopulation series, The Ferret visits Bute to find out why nearly 1 in 5 people left the island over the last two decades.
Councils have been accused of a “moral failure” to provide decent housing to homeless people and of overseeing a “fiscal disaster” as costs top quarter of a billion.