The Government has been urged to act after a report revealed a stark gap in perceived opportunities in the different regions of the UK.
Airbnb-style short-term lets could be subject to new licensing schemes from spring next year, the Scottish Government has announced.
Boris Johnson has insisted his pledge for a million more homes in the next five years is “deliverable” as he outlined Tory plans designed to “empower” renters and help first-time buyers.
Labour is pledging to embark on a council and social housing “revolution” by constructing up to 150,000 homes a year in the biggest building programme in decades.
A million more homes will be delivered in the next five years under Conservative housing plans which include measures designed to “empower” renters and help first-time buyers.
Human rights legislation should aim to ensure that everyone has access to a safe and affordable home in Scotland, it has been suggested.
The “seemingly never-ending Brexit saga” continues to cast a shadow over the housing market, with flat demand from buyers and sales expectations weakening, according to surveyors.
Scotland’s £330m white elephant: Politicians urge radical reboot for desolate Maxim development on M8
When Alex Salmond opened Scotland’s biggest office park, it was meant to help drive the nation’s economy while welcoming thousands of workers to the imposing glass blocks.
The number of disabled people on housing waiting lists has risen by almost 80% in the last two years, new research suggests.
Three-quarters of Scots support the introduction of limits on how much private landlords can charge in rent, according to a survey.
A no-deal Brexit could cause serious problems for Scotland’s housing sector, the housing minister has warned.