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House Prices Motion, 25/11/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 25 November 2014 by John Mason (SNP) on Scottish House Prices Double and Affordable Housing.

Projects to Help Families in Poverty, 19/10/14 [S]
Community projects which will help vulnerable families deal with debt and welfare problems are set to benefit from a £2.4 million funding boost.

Census 2011: Housing and accommodation in Scotland, 16/10/14 [S]
Statistics published by the Registrar General for Scotland on the Scotland’s Census website. ( ) present further details on housing and accommodation (Release 3J), from national to local level.

Housing Debate, 30/09/14 [S]
Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 30 September 2014 on Housing supply the debate, which focused on funding for social housing and affordable homes was opened by Margaret Burgess (SNP).

Bedroom Tax and Discretionary Housing Payments Ministerial Statement, 07/05/14 [S]
Ministerial Statement in the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2014 from the Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities, Nicola Sturgeon, on the Bedroom Tax and Discretionary Housing Payments.

Homeless young people asked for their views by Equal Opportunities Committee, 28/03/14 [S]
Young people who have experienced homelessness have been asked to give their views to the Equal Opportunities Committee in a call for evidence on preventing youth homelessness.

Stonewall Scotland Motion, 25/02/14 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 25 February 2014 by Mary Fee (Lab) on Stonewall Scotland, Your Services Your Say: LGB&T People’s Experiences of Public Services in Scotland.

Interim Report on 'Bedroom Tax', 31/01/14 [S]
The UK Government should abolish the ‘bedroom tax’ or give the Scottish Parliament the powers to do so according to the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.

Housing benefit for under 25s, 13/01/14 [S]
Stopping housing benefit for people aged under 25 would affect over 20,000 children in Scotland, figures released today show.

Household Statistics, 18/12/13 [S]
The Registrar General for Scotland has published statistics on Households and Families, and Method of Travel to Work or Study in Scotland.