Kilmarnock-based social landlord Atrium Homes has extended its Money Advice Service until September 2016 following the receipt of additional funding from the Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB). The new award for the successful service, which launched in Autumn 2013, builds on a previous SLAB grant in O
Cabinet secretary Alex Neil is joined by West Lothian Housing Partnership's John Hill, GHA chair Gordon Sloan, Cube chair Liz Ruine, Wheatley Group chief executive Martin Armstrong, Loretto's Douglas Robin, welfare benefit advisors and modern apprentices Wheatley Group has helped tenants access £12
Fife Council is to spend £2.6 million on making local homes warmer, more environmentally friendly and cheaper to heat. The council will undertake a number of projects across Fife to install energy saving measures as part of the Scottish Government’s programme to tackle fuel poverty and increase e
ANCHO has been awarded £80,000 from the Scottish Government’s People in Communities Fund for the year 2015/16. The organisation is one of only 197 across Scotland to have been allocated funding to help change disadvantaged communities by providing local projects to tackle poverty and promote soci
Partick Harvie MSP at the community growing project Patrick Harvie MSP for Glasgow, and co-convenor of the Scottish Green Party paid a visit to Partick Housing Association after hearing about successes in housing and community development.
Linstone Housing is holding a consultation event about proposals for older persons’ housing at Belmar Court in Linwood on Wednesday 29th April from 2pm to 4pm in the Tweedie Hall. This event will include presentations and also workshop discussion sessions, will give people an opportunity to hear m
Trust Housing Association has announced the appointment of Rhona McLeod as its new chief executive following a highly competitive and rigorous interview process. Bringing with her a wealth of experience from the Health Care sector, Rhona has worked in a variety of roles within operational management
Kay Blair The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has launched its new Corporate Plan which sets out how it will continue its work to safeguard and promote the interests of tenants, homeless people and others who use social landlords’ services.