ETF E-Newsletter December 2020

ETF’s response to CEC’s Budget Consultation 2021-2022

TIS National Excellence Award winners 2020 announced

The Tenants Information Service (TIS) hosted its first-ever virtual National Excellence Awards ceremony that seen housing organisations, tenants, residents, and community groups come out on top as they scooped the top prizes for their outstanding work, passion, and commitment within the Scottish social housing sector.

You can find out more by clicking here.

Scottish Housing Regulator National Panel Report

Shelter Scotland Social Housing Campaign

Are you passionate about social housing and would like to see more built in Scotland? Shelter Scotland’s Petition, entitled ‘Build Scotland’s Future’ aims to get all the major parties standing at next year’s Holyrood election to commit to build 37,100 social homes. This number has been calculated by academics as the minimum required to reduce the number of people living without a permanent and affordable home.

You can sign a copy of the petition by clicking here. You can sign in one of the seven Shelter shops in Edinburgh which are situated in Corstorphine, Dalry, Morningside, Stockbridge, Tollcross, Nicholson Street and Forrest Road. To find out more get in touch with Susie Rose at or phone 0344 515 2442

City of Edinburgh Council Budget Consultation

The City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) is currently carrying out their budget consultation which runs until Monday 30th November 2020. This is an ideal opportunity for CEC tenants to help shape the future of housing in Edinburgh and ETF would encourage tenants to have their say.
You can take part in the survey by clicking here.