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Bulletin Articles
19th August 2005

Home seeker websites may widen social divide

Home seeker websites may widen social divide   John Carvel, social affairs editor 17.08.05 The Guardian     A new generation of internet services for house hunters may increase the f…
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Bulletin Articles
18th August 2005

The Scottish Executive – A Command & Control approach?

The Scottish Executive - A Command & Control approach?   18.08.05     'The funding agreement may be terminated by the Scottish Ministers, giving not less than 3 months notice in wri…
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Bulletin Articles
17th August 2005

Community projects boosted by Futurebuilders awards

Community projects boosted by Futurebuilders awards   17.08.05     Ten community organisations today received a share of £1.3 million to stimulate and support their community services …
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Bulletin Articles
16th August 2005

Tenants to vote on housing stock transfer

Tenants to vote on housing stock transfer   16.06.05     Plans to transfer ownership of over 1,800 homes in the Western Isles took another step forward today.   The transfer from …
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Bulletin Articles
15th August 2005

Development body contributes over 200 jobs to Scottish economy

Development body contributes over 200 jobs to Scottish economy   By Mathew Little Regeneration magazine 12.08.05     Scottish social economy development organisation CEiS has helped to …
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Bulletin Articles
14th August 2005

VAT rules ‘hampering renovation’

VAT rules ‘hampering renovation’   Joey Gardiner Regeneration & Renewal 12.08.05     The Government is refusing to look into reducing VAT charged on building renovation despit…
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Bulletin Articles
12th August 2005

Poverty group calls for more action to ease debt

Poverty group calls for more action to ease debt    12.08.05     More effort is needed to ensure that government policies to tackle over-indebtedness translate into progress on th…
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12th August 2005

Social Economy Unit Update (August 2005)

Social Economy Unit Update (August 2005)   This is to give Senscot readers an update on the work of the Social Economy Unit at Communities Scotland.  The Social Economy Unit was established …
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Senscot Bulletin
12th August 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 12-08-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 291, FRIDAY 12th AUGUST 2005 (Going out weekly to over 2700 ; see our searchable archive of bulletins)     Dear members and friends, The fragility of life. …
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Bulletin Articles
12th August 2005

Social approach to Scottish solidarity

Social approach to Scottish solidarity  Laurence Demarco, Regeneration & Renewal 12 August 2005 Community-owned social enterprises can play an important role in renewing the morale of disco…
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Bulletin Articles
12th August 2005

Green light for flagship Energy Park

Green light for flagship Energy Park   Aileen Hotchkiss 10.08.06     Fife's Energy Park has been given a green light following a breakthrough land agreement.   Deputy Minister for…
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Bulletin Articles
12th August 2005

Green buildings are go

Green buildings are go   09.08.05     Residents in a Highland community are on course to generate enough energy to heat 90 homes by 2008 through its biomass scheme, while elsewhere the …