The Hillcrest Group has achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People (IIYP) Silver Accreditation in recognition of their commitment to the training and development of young people. Lesley Pert, Hillcrest’s HR manager, said: “We are delighted to receive the Investors in Young People Silver
Elaine McShane hands over the cheque to Michael Aries of HIV Scotland Glen Oaks Housing Association has become the first housing association in Scotland to deliver a vital cash boost to an HIV charity.
A Bield very sheltered housing development in Airdrie is looking for tech savvy volunteers and social activity assistants to help expand and enhance the activities offered to its tenants. Broomfield Gardens requires Silver Surfer tutors on a Monday morning or afternoon to support a group of tenants
(from left) Christine McCauldin, Irene Graham, Mary Fox and Ella Maitland Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has raised £1580 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The number of children in temporary accommodation in Scotland has increased by 626 in a year, official figures have shown. The quarterly Homelessness in Scotland bulletin from Scotland’s Chief Statistician found that 4,896 children were in temporary accommodation on 30 June 2015 – an increase of
Ruth McNeil Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA), which celebrated its 40th anniversary this month, has appointed two new board members and a vice chair.
Construction has started on a new £4.2 million development that will provide tenants in Newton Mearns with an affordable way to buy a new-build home. The rent-to-buy development is the first in Scotland for housing provider QSH, which is targeting £250 million from UK-based investors to deliver 2,
Re-elected chair, Gordon Edwards (left) welcomes Scotland’s housing minister, Margaret Burgess MSP and Doug McLeod, regional director for Scotland, Barratt Homes at the official opening of Grampian HA’s 3,000th property for social rent (Spencer Court, Aberdeen) Tenants and other members of Gramp
Eamonn Hogan One in five UK landlords will be out of business in the next two years due to tax break cuts announced by the government, according to a new study.
A Scottish firm approved by the UK government as green energy advisers has been handed a record fine from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for making millions of nuisance telephone calls. Cambuslang-based Home Energy & Lifestyle Management Ltd (HELM) received the penalty after makin
Claire receiving her prize with Kenny Gough (left) and Albert Henderson The recently launched River Clyde Homes phone app is proving to be a great success with over 370 customers uploading and using it.
(from left) Lorraine Kinloch, team administrator; Max Scott, tenant participation officer and Abbie Brockie, administrative assistant Big-hearted staff at Kingdom Housing Association have raised over £600 for Macmillan Cancer Support by taking part in the charity's annual 'World's biggest coffee mo
Corsehill P5 poster winner Hollie with Kathryn Morrison Irvine Housing Association (IHA) has visited pupils at Abbey Primary and Corsehill Primary to deliver interactive sessions on careers advice and energy efficiency to the Kilwinning youngsters.
(from left) Lovell business development manager Sarah Freel presents the donation to PRYDE project manager Theresa Potter with Irvine Housing Association development officer Leanne Lynch Community group Pennyburn Regeneration Youth Development Enterprise (PRYDE) which runs The Playz community centre
Full house… the busy AGM at Maryhill Housing associations are the anchor that holds communities together and encourages them to thrive, Maryhill Housing Association’s shareholding members were told this week.