Housing associations are separate from councils, but often work closely with them to offer flats and houses to local people.
They provide a range of housing suited to single people, couples and families.
They also provide supported or sheltered accommodation for those who:
- are older or less mobile
- need somewhere urgently to stay
- are leaving local authority care
- are disabled
- are recovering from drug or alcohol problems
- have a mental health problem.
Websites of housing associations in Midlothian:
- Melville Housing Association
- Dunedin Canmore Housing Association
- Link Housing Association
- Margaret Blackwood Housing Association
- Trust Housing Association
- Ark Housing
- Bield Housing Association
- Viewpoint Housing Association
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