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Does your association really make an impact? - results

Last year, we asked if your association really makes an impact, and the results are in! 


Extension of FOI Update - SFHA Writes to Minister Following Meeting with SG Officials

SFHA has written to the Minister for Local Government, Housing and Planning Kevin Stewart MSP, to follow up on our recent meeting with Scottish Government officials regarding the proposed extension of Freedom of Information legislation to RSLs and their subsidiaries.  SFHA met with officials from the FOI Unit and housing divisions of Scottish Government on 22 November.


Housing Management Update October 2018

Summary of events and developments for housing management colleagues across Scotland.


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Future Thinking by Adam Greenfield

Adma Greenfield is a well know author with an interest in housing.


Customer Engagement of the Future

One of SFHA's innovation teams has compiled case studies and resources for our members to help them widen and deepen customer engagement.  Find out about their work here.


Tenancy Sustainment Services - Housing Associations in North East Scotland

Housing associations in the north east of Scotland have come together to offer two tenancy sustainment services.


Technology Enabled Care Website

The Scottish Government-funded Technology Enabled Care (TEC) Ready programme supports the valuable contribution that the housing sector is making to the use of TEC in housing.


Green infrastructure is a key component of healthy places

A blog on Green Infrastructure by Ivan Clark, Scottish Natural Heritage.


Housing Europe Annual Conference

A blog by SFHA Innovation Lead Lorna Wilson. She discusses her time at the Housing Europe Annual Conference


Sanctuary Group - Community Breakfast

Taking place every Tuesday morning at the Hall at Peat Road in Glasgow’s Priesthill area, the Hall Breakfast Club is a community project run by volunteers and supported by Sanctuary Scotland and the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership. Although only initially planned to run for 10 weeks, the Breakfast Club celebrated its second birthday on Tuesday 26 March 2019 with volunteers, members of the local community, and children from the local primary school attending the celebrations. 


Measuring Impact – A blog by Sally Thomas

SFHA Chief Executive Sally Thomas explains the work we are doing to demonstrate the social and economic impact of social housing providers in Scotland, and how our members can get involved.