Minister marks the start of work on a housing development which will result in 65 new homes.
Private sector must play an even greater role in meeting housing need - Communities Minister.
First Minister accelerates affordable housing investment.
Consultation on proposed changes to improve registration system.
Help for homeless people to access and sustain private tenancies.
New accreditation scheme to help 'weed out the cowboys' in property management.
Councils and their partners encouraged to promote sustainability in future housing plans.
Deputy First Minister announces extra help for homeowners at risk of repossession.
Assessment of stock transfer valuation report.
First Minister says 'collaborative approach' can be applied to planning in Scotland.
Funding of £1.5 billion to deliver 21,500 new affordable homes by 2011.
Housing Supply Task Force outlines its forward programme.
Right to Buy for some tenants suspended due to pressure on affordable housing.
Figures show 500 per cent increase in landlord application approvals.
Communities Minister welcomes new statistics on levels of affordable housing planned for Scotland.
Figures show a record 14,377 systems delivered in 2007-08.
Network will provide a formal structure connecting tenant organisations and the Scottish Government.
Consultation to help local authorities exercise new powers and carry out duties to improve quality of private housing.
Summary of responses to proposals to improve supply, quality and choice in Scotland's housing.
Glasgow's three all-male homeless hostels close to be replaced by new facilities.