Plans to build eight new "affordable" homes on brownfield land in Dundee have been signed off by city planners.
Housebuilder Countryside Properties has seen a surge in interest for new homes, the company revealed.
The Government has been urged to act after a report revealed a stark gap in perceived opportunities in the different regions of the UK.
A £70 million housing and business development could bring 300 jobs to Tayside.
Airbnb-style short-term lets could be subject to new licensing schemes from spring next year, the Scottish Government has announced.
The price of a home in the UK has more than trebled in the last 20 years, with London property jumping the highest, with increases of 239% from £157,453 to £533,437, according to new research.
Plans to build 28 affordable flats on the former site of a Dundee infants school have been submitted to the city council.
Boris Johnson has insisted his pledge for a million more homes in the next five years is “deliverable” as he outlined Tory plans designed to “empower” renters and help first-time buyers.
A radical shake-up of the housing system, which treats homes “as financial assets rather than places to live”, has been proposed by Labour.
Labour is pledging to embark on a council and social housing “revolution” by constructing up to 150,000 homes a year in the biggest building programme in decades.
A million more homes will be delivered in the next five years under Conservative housing plans which include measures designed to “empower” renters and help first-time buyers.
Urgent investment in housing benefit needs to be made by the next government so that it truly covers rental costs and does not push families towards homelessness, a charity has said.
The next government should make all new homes accessible and adaptable, according to a coalition of housing and charity groups.
Hilltown mum makes plea for an end to a ‘living hell’ after watching woman defecate outside her house
A mum claims her life is being made a “living hell” by drug users outside the home she shares with her family.
The “physiological wear and tear” from stress around insecure job and housing markets is likely to increase young people’s risk of chronic health conditions later in life, a health expert warned.
Councillors have voted unanimously in favour of plans to build 76 new homes on Ballumbie Golf Course.
A housebuilder's plans for hundreds of homes on a Dundee golf course are to be recommended for approval when councillors return from recess.
Two new applications to build homes on a city estate have been submitted to Dundee council planning officers.
Plans have been lodged for new houses on the site of a former primary school in the north-east of Dundee.
Plans for 40 socially-let homes on the site of a former primary school have been lodged with Dundee City Council.