Ardenglen Housing Association

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Ardenglen Housing Association has appointed David Byfield as its new CEO. Mr Byfield has more than 20 years’ experience in social housing and joined Ardenglen as the director of finance, digital and corporate services in February 2019. He has played a pivotal role in supporting positive and pr

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Ardenglen Housing Association has held its biggest ever consultation with its tenants in order to map the organisation’s way forward. Known as the ‘Big Conversation’, it was launched in 2021 with the aim to specifically understand customer impact caused by the pandemic and explore

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A new pantry aiming to help people access healthy and affordable food has opened its doors to the community in Castlemilk. The Castlemilk Panty is the latest to spring up in Glasgow, is a much-needed boost for local families and has been driven forward by local housing associations.

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The coronavirus pandemic saw Castlemilk pull together like never before as Ardenglen Housing Association joined others to offer unprecedented support to local families, the Association AGM was told. Held remotely due to ongoing restrictions, the AGM saw chief executive Audrey Simpson

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The staff and boards of the local housing associations (Ardenglen, Craigdale, Cassiltoun, North View and Thenue) are proud to be part of Castlemilk Together, and working alongside the community to support our most vulnerable people at this challenging time.

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Ardenglen Housing Association has delivered a £3.7 million homes boost for Castlemilk with the unveiling of 22 new homes in the same week the organisation marked its 30th anniversary. Jane Clarke (second left) - with (from far left) vice-chair Liz McKenzie; chair Maureen Cope MBE and chief exe

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Ardenglen Housing Association has served up a Christmas dinner with a difference. The Association brought the community together once again for a second “murder mystery” Lunch which meant diners tucked into some festive fare and had to solve a whodunnit.

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Staff and board members at Ardenglen Housing Association learned first hand the scale of the challenge to tackle poverty this week at a special summit focusing on poverty and regeneration. (from left) Audrey Simpson, Ardenglen chair Maureen Cope MBE and Peter Kelly

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Ardenglen Housing Association served up lunch with a difference this week with murder and mystery on the menu. Ideally timed for Halloween, the occasion was a first for Ardenglen and attracted a full house at Castlemilk’s Maureen Cope Hall.

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