CVHA’s allocations officer Susan Gilroy welcomes new tenant Mr Wylie to his home Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) has completed a new development of 13 houses at Charles Drive, Milton of Campsie.
Plans to build 28 homes for mid-market and social rent on behalf of Loretto Housing Association have been submitted to Glasgow City Council. Designed by Page\Park Architects, the homes will be located on the site of a former care home in Springburn.
John McGinty West Lothian Council has vowed to protect the most vulnerable groups and ensure that key priority areas such as education, social care, infrastructure and anti-poverty measures are protected as it gets set to agree its revenue budget for 2016/17 tomorrow.
North Lanarkshire Council is up for three accolades at the UK Housing Awards 2016. The awards, organised by the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) and Inside Housing magazine, has seen North Lanarkshire Council shortlisted for:
A New Year is a time for new ideas, and we are now looking for yours. As Scotland’s only not-for-profit tenancy deposit scheme, we are in a unique position to give something back to the private rented sector and so we are delighted to announce the launch of the SafeDeposits Scotland Trust. The Tru
A Bield tenant at a Very Sheltered Housing development in Glasgow has revealed the secret to a long life as he reaches his 101st birthday. George Mulveny, who was born and bred in Glasgow, believes staying mentally alert by writing creative poems is what’s helped him reach this milestone.
Young homeless people in Scotland are being left in temporary accommodation for up to two years while they wait for a settled home and the situation is likely to get worse, according to Homeless Action Scotland. The charity’s annual youth homelessness survey revealed that the duration that young p
The number of Scottish households in fuel poverty fell by around 15,000 between 2013 and 2014 but still represents 34.9 per cent of all households, according to a new report. A briefing update from the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe), estimated that there were 845,000 households livin
Demolition of former council offices at Tantallon Avenue in Glenrothes to make way for more much needed council homes is now complete. The eleven new houses are starting to take shape at the Bankhead House site with kits now being erected by Fife Council’s team of house builders. The homes will be
(from left) Peter Shepherd, Cllr Alan Lafferty, resident Donald Devlin, site manager Willie McBlain Seven affordable homes in Eaglesham have been handed over to East Renfrewshire Council by Mactaggart & Mickel Contracts, a division of the Mactaggart & Mickel Group.
As part of the national TIS Scrutiny ‘Making It Happen’ programme, over 50 local authority and housing association staff from across Scotland gathered at Norton House Hotel last week for the highly rated ‘The Big Conversation’ Housing Staff ResidentialConference. With the programme being set
Dr Quazi Mahtab Zaman Architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have been tasked with developing ideas to promote a sense of neighbourhood in two council housing tower blocks in Aberdeen.