Saturday, 25 February 2017

Sharing by the sea

Heard the one about the council developing a house in multiple occupation for social renters? Jess McCabe visits to find out more

To continue reading this please register or sign in to your account below. Each month registered users receive free limited access to a number of stories. To receive unlimited access, please subscribe to one of our packages.


Register or sign in to continue

Sign In

If you are already registered sign in for unrestricted access to alll the content on the site.

-

Newsletter Sign-up

Related

Articles

  • Regulating the sharing economy

    28 September 2016

    Home-sharing sites provide a useful service to guests and hosts but landlords may be exploiting lax regulation to make money from short-term lets, says Tom Copley

  • North East associations set up cost-sharing vehicle

    8 July 2016

    Two housing associations in the North East have set up a cost-sharing company in a bid to drive down their spending.

  • Sharing success

    13 April 2016

    Shared ownership really works for the North West, says Paul Hackett

  • Rent debate

    26 February 2016

    Scotland’s private landlords face new regulations. But will the changes protect the vulnerable, or drive good landlords out of the sector, and what will be the knock-on effect for councils? Michael Lloyd reports

  • Edinburgh's master builder

    25 February 2016

    Edinburgh Council has plans for 16,000 new homes over the next 10 years. But if its new chief executive Andrew Kerr has his way, double that will be built. Sophie Barnes finds out what he’s got planned.

IH Subscription