Shelter has a new chief executive.
She is Polly Neate, who is currently chief executive of domestic violence charity Women’s Aid.
Neate will take up her new role in August, succeeding Campbell Robb who left in January to head up the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Shelter Scotland’s director, Graeme Brown, is acting as interim chief executive.
Neate said: “Since Shelter was founded 50 years ago it has done some amazing things.
“From helping millions of people through its services every year, to recently putting the country’s lack of affordable homes centre stage and securing key campaigning victories like the bans on revenge evictions and letting fees.”