Muirhouse Housing Association (MHA) has received loans totalling £9 million from Bank of Scotland and CAF Bank to refinance its existing facilities. Allia C&C, acting as treasury advisors, supported the MHA management team and board throughout the whole refinance process.
Loretto Housing Association is building 111 affordable homes on three sites across central Scotland. The new homes – in Cardonald in Glasgow, Bishopton in Renfrewshire, and Falkirk – will all be for social rent, bringing much-needed housing for local people in the three communities.
Ayrshire Housing has received a loan of £8 million through a charitable bond arranged by Allia C&C to build another 118 homes for affordable rent over the next two years. The loan is the third and the largest the association has received under Allia C&C’s programme with
Berwickshire Housing Association has announced its new partnership with Allia C&C to support the financing of its ongoing development programmes across Berwickshire for affordable housing and its vision to create thriving rural communities. The new development at Springfield, Duns
The Scottish Government has confirmed it will invest a further £40 million in Allia C&C’s Scottish Charitable Bond programme for 2020/21, to help continue to deliver its social housing targets. Allia C&C has been supporting the vital development of affordable homes across Scotlan
Kingdom Housing Association has received a donation of almost £4.9 million from the Scottish Government through the Scottish Charitable Bond programme managed by Allia C&C for the development of 60 homes for social rent at Primrose Street, Alloa.
North View Housing Association has received a £2 million Scottish charitable bond from Allia C&C for the development of more affordable homes in Glasgow. The loan will support the Association’s plan to build 25 new affordable homes on the site of the former Windlaw Lodge nursing
Allia C&C has issued a £13 million Scottish charitable bond to Angus Housing Association to help build 300 new affordable homes over the next three years. The Association's proposals will see excellent quality, affordable housing provided across Angus and Dundee.
Kingdom Housing Association’s plans to develop 25 much-needed homes for social rent at Park Road in Kirkcaldy received a welcome boost today with news that the Association has received a donation of £2.01 million from the Scottish Government through the Scottish Charitable Bond programme