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Evictions fall by a third

November 2nd 2010

A new report from Shelter has revealed that evictions by Scottish housing associations have fallen by more than a third over the past year.

The figures show that 942 people were evicted in 2009/2010, compared to 1,524 in 2008/2009. Graeme Brown, director of Shelter Scotland, welcomed the findings but he urged that more should be done to help people in vulnerable positions. "All along, we have been campaigning in the knowledge that the number of evictions across Scotland was far too high and that local authorities and housing associations could find alternative ways of dealing with tenants.

"The fact that evictions by housing associations were reduced by 38 per cent last year is highly encouraging and shows that our campaigning efforts in this area have made a real impact."


November 2010



London's hub

Why Rochester Row?

Over 1,800 convicted under Vagrancy Act

Estimates of ex-service homelessness exaggerated, claims charity

Gone, but not forgotten

A thousand cuts

Boris slammed by homelessness charity

Big Society event

Sleep outs spark debate

Homeless charities gear up for cuts

Children held for fire attack on homeless man in Jamaica

Housing associations treble surpluses

Homeless hate crime passed in Florida

Homeless tours of London

Punks party for the homeless

In from the cold

Ex-homeless Mr England

Housing benefit help

Council strategy restricts emergency beds

First new council homes in a generation

Evictions fall by a third

New changes to housing law

Churches charity urges government to meet housing targets

World Aids Day - 1 December

Could cuts see the return of hostels?

Street Shield 18: A mystery to solve


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