Appointments

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Robertson Homes has appointed respected industry professional Gus Fergusson as construction director. Based at the company headquarters in Stirling and working closely with managing director John Murphy, Gus will cover all three Scottish regions which currently have 11 live sites.

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has appointed Emma Garry as its new director of development, a newly-created post to reflect the organisation's commitment to greatly increase its role in the provision of new homes. Emma, a Chartered Surveyor with almost 20 years’ experience in the

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Alongside warm welcomes and fond farewells, examples of success, sustainability and support were celebrated at Link Group's AGM, which was held during the social landlord’s 60th anniversary year. Link’s chief executive Jon Turner gave an overview of the progress and developments over the

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Milnbank Housing Association (MHA) has recruited Paul Marton as its new director and successor to Alan Benson. Paul Martin has extensive senior management experience spanning over 23 years, with over six years of experience as the chief executive of the leading Glasgow-based Charity, The Merchants H

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Elderpark Housing Association has appointed Duncan Smith as a non-executive board member. Currently director of operations and external affairs at the Passivhaus Trust in a joint role with the Association for Environment Conscious Building (AECB), Duncan has over 30 years of experienc

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Grant Campbell has been appointed as Homeless Network Scotland's new head of partnerships and consulting, which is a newly created post to support a diverse network in Scotland to connect, learn and act on homelessness together. Mr Campbell joins Homeless Network Scotland from Crisis where he w

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Three new staff members have landed key roles helping to positively impact the on-the-ground culture of how land is owned and used in Scotland. The Scottish Land Commission has made hires to add to its team of 19 staff working on policy and practice in shaping how Scotland’s land is owned, man

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Housing sector training provider SHARE has appointed a new CEO, signalling a goal that the organisation intends to develop into a greater, more successful organisation that can leave a lasting impact on all those operating within the housing sector. Daryl McIntosh who joins the registered charity in

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Keepmoat Homes has made two new appointments at its flagship NorthBridge development in Glasgow who both grew up in the local area. Construction administrator Chamille Andrews will assist with construction plans, staff management and NHBC registrations amongst a host of other tasks.

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Cloch Housing Association has appointed Alana Durnin to the post of chief executive. Following the resignation of former director, Paul McVey who is moving onto a new role in Glasgow, Mr Durnin will take up the new post at the end of October. 

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Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) members have chosen Jill Haley FCIH as the organisation’s next vice president after a closely fought election period. A senior housing professional and former CEO, Ms Haley received over 40% of the votes cast during the close-run election with fellow c

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Councillor Jim Logue has been appointed as leader of North Lanarkshire Council, with Councillor Paul Kelly as depute leader, following a vote at a meeting of the council last week. Councillor Logue, who had previously been leader of the council between 2016 and May this year, fills the vacancy follo

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Compliance consultancy OHS has appointed Clydesdale Housing Association board member John Malone as its divisional director for Scotland. Mr Malone will lead and develop the Scottish division of the company, working with existing clients, such as Scottish Water, and potential new customers to ensure

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Shelter Scotland has welcomed social housing veteran Jim Strang to its committee, where he will bring decades of experience to the charity’s ongoing fight for homes. Mr Strang has worked for more than 40 years in the housing sector and currently serves as the chair of Riverside Scotland.

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