Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has let slip that her government intends to extend the current evictions ban in place until the end of March, lengthening it by a further six months.Landlords and tenant groups in Scotland’s private and social housing sectors are currently working on proposals to extend the evictions ban, but these are still in progress.Sturgeon therefore appears to have jumped the gun during her off-the-cuff remarks made at a meeting yesterday.But her government cannot force the evictions ban extension through, landlords have pointed out – highlighting how it is the Scottish parliament which will get the final say on whether it does continue through to March.Shelter have jumped on Sturgeon’s remarks. Its Scotland Director Alison Watson says: “This will give breathing space to thousands of people who’ve been hit hard by this pandemic, so they have a fair chance to deal with the work and money problems that have been forced on them.Big win“Today’s decision is a big win for tenants and for Shelter Scotland’s campaign. We want to thank our supporters who emailed their MSPs to demand action, and key organisations across Scotland who pushed for this outcome.”Shelter has reason to celebrate; several figures within Scotland told The Negotiator that a ban is likely as the Covid economic clouds gather, even though the consultation is not yet over.And it will make many landlords and letting agents in England, Wales and Norther Ireland uneasy, their government’s are considering similar extensions as campaign groups such as Shelter, Acorn and other renters’ unions pile on the political pressure. evictions ban Alison Watson Nicola Sturgeon Scottish legislation Shelter August 13, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021 Home » News » Scottish First Minister lets slip that evictions ban will be extended previous nextRegulation & LawScottish First Minister lets slip that evictions ban will be extendedNicola Sturgeon has revealed her intentions inadvertently during a meeting, but will England, Wales and Northern Ireland now follow suit?Nigel Lewis13th August 20200603 Views
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Today kicks off the beginning of Cisco Live Melbourne, where my colleagues and I will spend the week discussing key topics changing the industry – specifically converged infrastructure and its intersection with Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI).ACI will accelerate application deployment for customers from months to minutes, allowing IT administrators to quickly respond to application and user demands while reducing the total cost of ownership for their company. As one of our investors, Cisco has worked closely with VCE to start bringing the benefits of ACI into the Vblock System infrastructure.“Make sure you check out Trey Layton’s blog on Bringing ACI to Vblock Systems for more information.ShareVCE has two prominent speaking sessions that attendees won’t want to miss. Specifically, FOX SPORTS will discuss their Vblock System use case on Wednesday, March 19 at 3:30 p.m., Level 2, Room 207 of the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.As a leader of technology and innovation in sports broadcasting, FOX SPORTS broadcasts about 23 hours of live sports each day to 2.3 million Australian homes. Michael Tomkins, CTO, FOX SPORTS, will explain how the company uses Vblock Systems for an internal private cloud to store their live high-definition content online: check out the sneak peak below:“As we started working through the different technologies, two key issues became apparent: the time to build and our in-house skills. The beauty of the Vblock System is that it minimized my risk while delivering in 45 days a system configuration that would take us three to six months internally to build. With this speed of delivery I had total control over exactly what I wanted,” Michael Tomkins, CTO, FOX SPORTS.ShareI will also be presenting “The Importance of Flexibility and Velocity in a World Defined by Speed” on Wednesday, March 19 at 12 p.m. in the World of Solutions Partner Theater. I’ll explain how to realign IT business initiatives to be more agile for the fast-paced, changing enterprise.My team and I will also be available on site at stand #G8 for those that want a deeper dive into VCE technology, services and solutions.We hope to see you there!
Falcao arrived on loan from Monaco in the summer, and earns 265,000 euro a week, but has so far gotten limited playing time, and scored only once.Van Gaal says he isn’t bothered if the Colombian striker is frustrated by his lack of opportunities on the pitch.United will go third in the Premier League with a win away to fourth placed Southampton this evening at Saint Marys, and fit again Wayne Rooney has been confirmed to start