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
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.
Independent housebuilder Dandara is continuing its drive to encourage young people to forge successful careers in the construction industry with the appointment of Ryan Odlin and Daniel Wisely. With an ongoing nationwide skills shortage, Dandara is keen to help foster the talents of school leavers a
Experienced homelessness sector leader Jack Rillie will begin a new role this month after taking the position of director at the Glasgow Alliance to End Homelessness. Before joining the Alliance last month, Mr Rillie most recently held a position as director of operations at youth hom
River Clyde Homes Group (RCH), the social landlord, together with its commercial subsidiary, has announced two new director appointments. Stevie MacLachlan has been appointed as Customer Services Director. Mr MacLachlan joined River Clyde Homes in October 2016, where he has consistently demonstrated
Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has underlined its commitment to supporting the local economy and investing in future talent by welcoming three new Modern Apprentices into its Property Services Team. The three new recruits – an apprentice electrician, apprentice plumber and apprent
Bridgewater Housing Association's technical manager Gary Stapleton has retired after 24 highly successful years at the Association. During his time with Bridgewater, Mr Stapleton managed the development of newbuild properties and a significant land management portfolio. Starting off in 1998 primaril
Juliet Mountford is to take up the role of director of services at Crisis from September, the charity announced today. Juliet started her career in housing and has worked for over a decade as a senior civil servant in five Government Departments including the Cabinet Office and No.10.
Blairtummock Housing Association, Gardeen Housing Association and Provanhall Housing Association have appointed Lisa Slavin as an energy advisor. Working in partnership with Connect Community Trust, the three associations were successful in securing funding from Energy Savings Trust.
Hazel Bell OBE has been appointed as the new chairperson of the organisation which represents Northern Ireland’s 20 housing associations. Members of the Northern Ireland Federation of Housing Associations (NIFHA) encompassing over 53,000 social and affordable homes.
The National House Building Council (NHBC) has strengthened its alternative residential team with the appointment of Niki Kyriacou and Andrew Milsom. Both join NHBC as customer relationship managers, Ms Kyriaco will lead on Build to Rent (BTR), while Mr Milsom will head-up integrated retirement
Whiteinch & Scotstoun Housing Association (WSHA) has now completed its search for a successor to current chief executive, Ian Morrison, and can announce the appointment of James Ward as its new senior officer. Mr Ward will be leaving his post at Barrhead Housing Association where he has served a
Ayrshire Housing has announced two senior appointments as Jennifer McCann joins as head of housing and communities and Carine Strain becomes the new head of property and development. Ms McCann previously worked at Ardenglen and Barrhead Housing Associations, while Ms Strain has worked in property fu
Wheatley Group board member and chair of Wheatley Foundation, Paddy Gray, has joined a new independent commission to review the housing system in Ireland. Professor Gray is one of two international experts chosen to be on the new Housing Commission set up by the Government of Ireland.
Not-for-profit framework provider Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) has named procurement expert Lesley Anderson as its new interim director. Forming part of a governance review to support the organisation’s future growth, the change will see current SPA director Clive Feeney step in as inte