Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) has received planning permission to convert the former Carnegie Library in Coatbridge into residential flats. With the help of Historic Environment Scotland (HES) funding, the Association will retain and develop the front part of the building in Academy Street
North Lanarkshire Council is urging its residents to think about their household safety and help reduce the numbers of deaths and serious injuries involving unsafe electrical devices in the home. Every year, around 10 people in the UK are killed and about 750 seriously injured in accidents involving
Residents at a sheltered housing development in Moray have thanked engineers from the local Army barracks for their assistance in renovating their garden area. The residents’ association at Hanover Housing Association’s Burnside Court site in Buckpool has been awarded almost £10,000 from the Na
The New Gorbals Harriers New Gorbals Housing Association’s recently formed team of runners, The New Gorbals Harriers, took on and completed the Edinburgh Half Marathon on Sunday to raise more than £4,300 for their two chosen charities.
The independent panel set up to carry out a “game-changing review” of Scotland’s planning system has made five recommendations to improve the delivery of more high quality homes. Publishing its report yesterday, the three person panel considered housing as one of six key issues which needed in
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued its statutory appointment of a manager to Wellhouse Housing Association. The manager will continue to support Wellhouse to complete its governance and financial improvement plan.
Megan Morrison, 19, is a housing and administration apprentice at Fyne Homes and one of the 19 young people taking part in the SFHA’s Apprentice Challenge An ambitious national plan for apprenticeships has been announced today by the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) and Skills De
Trust Housing Association has continued to show its commitment to employees by being shortlisted as a finalist at the international Investors in People Awards. The shortlisting in the ‘Excellence in the Third Sector’ category follows Trust achieving the prestigious Gold status from Investors in
Cllr Judy Hamilton with Louise Sutherland (Fife Council service manager for area housing operations) and David Leaf (land manager, Bellway Homes Scotland) Work is progressing well on another phase of council housing at Leuchatsbeath in Cowdenbeath.