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Government backs call for more affordable housing

 
November 13th 2009
 
Housing Minister Alex Neil backed housing charity Shelter Scotland's recent call for the UK Government to unlock more money for affordable housing in Scotland. Mr Neil said: "I welcome Shelter Scotland's support for an acceleration of capital spending from 2011-12 into next year - it's essential if we are to sustain our record levels of investment in affordable housing and other vital infrastructure into 2010-11. We hope that all parties in Scotland will join with the Scottish Government, Shelter, the STUC and others in urging the Chancellor to announce accelerated spending for next year in his Pre-Budget Report. "Public expenditure on housing in Scotland, as a share of total spend, is considerably more than in England."
 
 
 

November 2009

 

Contents

Dispersal zone - a reader responds

Camden closures

Sending 'em back

London's homeless dead remembered

New dispersal zone

Tories outline firmer headcount policy

Big Issue sells office

Controlled Drinking Zone approved...

Bob Dylan donates Xmas dinner to UK homeless

Homeless murder suspect detained

RIP, Gary

Street Swags

Miss Homeless Holland

Free gym service

Homelessness on increase in Scotland

Out of the woods

Bang on target

Still on course

Bye bye Right to Buy

Government backs call for more affordable housing

More rights for tenants?

New cash for housing associations

Poverty figures

Changing Lives Award for Edinburgh woman

Veterans booklet

Street Shield 9: Battling a monster!

 

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