Stephen McCabe River Clyde Homes is encouraging its customers to have their say on when and how they pay their rent.
Young graduates receive their graduation award at a ceremony held at Edinburgh City Council Chambers Thirty three young people from across Edinburgh have completed an 18 week training programme, with 18 going straight into employment, apprenticeship or further education following their training.
Paragon Housing Association is opening its doors to NHS Forth Valley’s Health Promotions Stop Smoking service to help local people want to give up smoking. The NHS Stop Smoking service has teamed up with local housing association, Paragon, to help smokers quit. The aim is to encourage quitting by
Hawthorn Housing Cooperative has held two events to agree with tenants what work they would like to see carried out to improve the area. A number of issues including blocked drains and faulty streetlights were identified that have been passed on to Glasgow City Council as it is their responsibility.
Nile Istephan Scottish Borders Council, NHS Borders, Borders College and local registered social landlords are holding a joint procurement event today for suppliers and contractors.
Lachlan McInnes A Highland home-grown business has been awarded a contract to help the Scottish Government roll out its latest scheme to tackle fuel poverty.
North Lanarkshire Council has identified an innovative tool in the fight against cold homes, saving people from unnecessarily cold winters and safeguarding tenants against the threat of fuel poverty for years to come. The local authority is addressing the energy efficiency of its older, harder-to-tr
Bield is highlighting the important role that volunteers can play in assisting older people to enjoy happy and fulfilled lives. The housing and care provider’s Emily Court development in Gorebridge is seeking friendly and enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the running of its weekly coffee morn
Joe Fitzpatrick The Scottish Government has reversed its intention not to extend the Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation to housing associations.
(from left) Kingdom chief executive Bill Banks, Gordon Saunders of Marshall Construction, Councillor Les Sharp, Ahsan Khan Clackammanshire Council’s head of housing, Kingdom chairman Charles Milne and Gary Bushnell, chief executive at hub East Central Scotland A partnership between Clackmannanshir
John Blackwood New legislation designed to modernise the private rented sector (PRS) in Scotland could make it harder for landlords to tackle anti-social behaviour in their properties, according to a group of over 50 letting agents from across the country.
David Mundell New welfare legislation will bring about big changes for Scotland that can make a difference to the lives of people in Scotland, Scottish secretary David Mundell said yesterday.
As part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations, Partick Housing Association (PHA) hosted the People of Partick Awards Dinner in the wonderful setting of Oran Mor in the west end of Glasgow. Local people were asked to nominate individuals or groups who make a real difference to the area. Often behind t
The Starting Out team A trail-blazing community project from Glen Oaks Housing Association aimed at helping people is proving a big success.
Katrina Anderson River Clyde Homes has commissioned an independent research company to assist in its commitment to involve customers in the monitoring and improvement of its services.