Covid-19 coronavirus crisis – tenant help

Covid-19 coronavirus crisis – tenant help

Since the start of the pandemic, members have been in touch with SAL outlining some highly distressing financial and business issues. Many UK households have suffered and continue to suffer financial losses as a result of the virus.Under the terms of the tenancy...
New data protection requirements

New data protection requirements

From 1 November 2021 new data protection legislation, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL), comes into force in China which has worldwide implications for anyone who holds or processes the personal data of individuals in China. Most of the requirements are...
Spotlight on Glasgow retrofit ahead of COP26

Spotlight on Glasgow retrofit ahead of COP26

A conference opens next week to tackle the challenges of retrofit scale-up, set in the context of the Scottish Government’s new Heat in Buildings Strategy, writes Graham Lock, founder of Low Carbon Homes. It’s a participative online event and free to attend. In...
SAL in the media

SAL in the media

It’s been a busy week so far for SAL chief executive John Blackwood, following press activity at the weekend around the student accommodation crisis. Our response to this has been widely featured across the media. Catch up via the links below: Business...
Power to the people

Power to the people

Neil Swanson from EVA Scotland thinks landlords should take advantage of new government funding The Scottish Government has created new funding to help enable electric vehicle (EV) adoption by those who live in accommodation with shared or factored parking. One of the...
Scottish landlords warn of winter housing shortage

Scottish landlords warn of winter housing shortage

Scotland’s largest membership organisation for private rented sector (PRS) landlords and letting agents has warned of a shortage of properties available to rent over the winter, increasing pressure on emergency housing provided by councils. The Scottish Association of...