Communities in Scotland have significant power and rights to acquire land, but what exactly are those rights? Here, we take a comprehensive look at Community Right to Buy and what has changed over the years.
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Since 2004, Notices of Potential Liability for Costs (NPLCs) have been a useful tool in the armoury of property factors and housing associations in recovering common maintenance costs and debts due by owner-occupiers for factoring costs.
The on-going battle against fuel poverty has been helped by the introduction of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), which was launched in April this year by the Department of Energy and Climate Change.