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Scottish Government Housing
Useful links Are you a homeowner, tenant, landlord, developer, researcher?
Housing Strategy Readour strategy and action plan for housing in the next decade.
Housing Act TheHousing Act aims to safeguard social housing for future generations by reforming the right to buy and improving value for tenants and taxpayers by modernising social housing regulation. As part of the Act, the Scottish Social Housing Charter sets standards and outcomes that all social landlords should achieve for their tenants and other customers.
Home Report We offer information for buyers and sellers through the Home Report and help homeowners at risk of losing their homes through the Home Owners Support Fund.
Private Renting We are encouraging a thriving private rented sector, which provides good quality and wellmanaged accommodation, and in which both landlords and tenants understand their rights and responsibilities.
Innovative funding We are pursuing innovative funding solutions that can achieve more from government resources. The National Housing Trustinitiative showcases the benefits from this approach and we are working on other innovative proposals to help increase the supply of affordable housing in Scotland and meet other policy objectives.
Weve also created a PreAssessment Tool to help our partners evaluate new proposals brought to them by prospective funders ofaffordable housing or regeneration projects.
Homelessness Scotland has achievedits historic 2012 homelessness commitment.
Fuel Poverty Energy Assistance Scheme
From 1 April the new Energy Assistance Scheme replaces stage 4 of the Energy Assistance Package. Eligibility criteria will be different primarily for those aged 75 or over. Call our hotline on 0800 512 012 to find out more.