Allan McGonigle Hillcrest Housing Association has announced the appointment of Allan McGonigle to the post of director of corporate services and Lindsey Dryden as director of finance and IT on a permanent basis.
(from left) Alastair MacGregor, ACHA chief executive, Gerald Cotton whose son is moving into St Oran’s Place, Mike Brown, ACHA’s chairman, John Finnie MSP, new resident Kelly MacColl with piper Angus MacColl and the Achaleven Primary School pupils Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has
Link Group Ltd has been recognised as one of the UK’s best workplaces for the second time. The organisation was named by Great Place to Work as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces in the Large category (organisations with 500+ employees) in its annual Best Workplaces list announced at a gala dinner
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) celebrated its 50th birthday this week with not one, but three top awards. The Association has been awarded the Investors in People (IIP) Gold Standard Accreditation, the same week as celebrating its milestone 50th anniversary. The award is assessed rigoro
A framework to ensure that tenants who are struggling to meet their rental costs are able to access fair and consistent financial assistance is to be introduced by the majority of Welsh local authorities. A total of 20 Welsh local authorities have been working in partnership with the Welsh Local Gov
TIS has received outstanding nominations for the six categories of the TIS National Excellence Awards, which are held in association with the Scottish Government and sponsored by Dundee City Council. New this year, the TIS National Excellence Awards are about recognising and celebrating truly outsta
Applications are now open for the 16th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards and Scottish housing and regeneration businesses are encouraged to apply for their chance to join the country’s environmental elite. The awards scheme recognises and rewards businesses t
Key figures from the financial industry in Scotland today welcomed the arrival of a new Church-led player on the affordable credit landscape. At a breakfast meeting in Edinburgh ahead of tomorrow’s opening of the Kirk’s General Assembly, individuals within the financial sector, including chairma
The Supreme Court has handed down a judgement that will change the way English local authorities determine who is vulnerable enough for help with their housing. The ruling means single homeless people will no longer have to prove they are more vulnerable than 'an ordinary street homeless person' in
Nicola Sturgeon and Grahame Smith sign the Memorandum of Understanding First minister Nicola Sturgeon has shared “serious concerns” with the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) over the impact on the people of Scotland of the UK government's commitment to continued austerity.
Councillors John Alexander (left) at an energy efficiency project in the city Dundee City Council’s housing stock has met the Scottish Housing Quality Standard (SHQS) thanks to £157 million of funding over more than a decade.
HHA staff members Leigh-Anne Sinclair and Estelle Kelly mark 40th anniversary with a sparkle Hjaltland Housing Association (HHA) will mark its 40th anniversary next month with a special event at Lerwick Town Hall.