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Landlord’s human rights appeal against letting regulations refused in the court of session

The Scottish Association of Landlords (SAL) took Scottish ministers to court on November 2 to petition a review of The Cost of Living (Tenant Protections) (Scotland) Act 2022, on the…

Students face accommodation shortage

With students returning to the University of Edinburgh over the past few weeks for the start of the new semester, many will be collecting flat keys and decorating new rooms.…

Students are being failed by their accommodation providers during lockdown

Covid-19 is not only affecting people’s health across the world, but also their financial security, their mental wellbeing and in many cases their sense of safety. During these hard times…

‘Housing will be the basis for all change in our country’: an interview with Living Rent

When a migrant single mother living with two young children was left with exposed raw sewage in her flat after a workman failed to finish a maintenance job, her letting…

Rent Controls are a necessary means of helping students find affordable accommodation

Perhaps one of the most daunting aspects of the Edinburgh student experience is the search for flats. It’s not surprising; the city is infamous for its competitive housing scene. This…

Moving into rented accommodation is more stressful than it should be

Anyone who has moved out of university accommodation and into a private rented flat will recognise the overwhelming stress felt around March time. When everyone you know has somehow managed…