Our Annual and Quarterly report outline Housing Options Scotland’s recent developments, projects and success stories. Click an image to read and find out more about our charity.
We are often involved in research projects where we offer our unique and expert view on the housing needs of disabled people, older adults and members of the Armed Forces community. Read about these research projects below.
Our volunteer, Paula Cleary, evaluated the Homeless Housing Options Scotland (HHOS) Project and presents findings on service changes, casework, engagement and the client gallery.
Funded by the Forces in Mind Trust and in collaboration with the University of Stirling, Working Together examines how organisations work together to support ex-Service personnel with housing problems, with a particular focus on the process of transition as people leave the Armed Forces.
In partnership with the University of Stirling, Match Me examines the effectiveness of allocations and lettings practice for accessible and adapted social housing in Scotland.
In partnership with Homeless Network Scotland, Scottish Veterans Residences, the University of Stirling, Veterans Scotland and Veterans Housing Scotland, we contributed to this report examining the factors leading to homelessness among people leaving the Armed Forces.
Inspired by HOS’ experience with tenancy sustainment, this mixed-methods study explores the challenges that Scottish social landlords face when supporting tenants with hoarding behaviours and provides an overview of approaches to intervention. This research was carried out by Silvia Gardelli.
Written by HOS volunteers, we examined the different allocation policies and processes of local authorities throughout Scotland.
Written by HOS volunteers, we examined how the allocation policies of social housing providers throughout Scotland supported applicants with a learning disability.
We hope these videos can help you to understand more about your housing options. To get help to explore your housing options, don’t hesitate to get in touch.