Ardenglen Housing Association

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An Ardenglen Housing Association board member is stepping down after 35 year’s continuous service. Maureen Cope first took the chair’s role at the newly formed Castle Brae Co-operative in 1989 and continued in that role when they merged with Ardenglen in 1995. She served as chair for 20

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Four housing providers in Castlemilk have said human rights are a crucial part of the work they deliver for tenants as they prepare to offer input to the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Bill. The quartet of housing associations – Ardenglen, Cassiltoun, Craigdale and North Vi

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Ardenglen Housing Association has unveiled a host of new contractors in a revamped approach to who undertakes reactive repairs. The Castlemilk association has chosen to use a mix of smaller contractors and one larger supplier to handle its day-to-day repairs.

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Castlemilk-based Ardenglen Housing Association has appointed its director of customer service. Suzanne Casey has been appointed to the role on a permanent basis having held it in a temporary capacity for some months.

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Castlemilk is celebrating a special milestone as its community pantry – supported by the area’s housing associations – has celebrated its second birthday. The pantry, which is a huge boost to families facing the cost of living crisis, opened its doors on 5th June 2021 and has been

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Tenants have given Ardenglen Housing Association the thumbs up in a wide-ranging endorsement of its work. In a sparkling set of results in its three-yearly tenant satisfaction survey, Castlemilk-based Ardenglen was given a huge vote of satisfaction from customers.

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A Glasgow community’s dignified annual act of remembrance has taken place once again – this time honouring The Queen and a much-admired city councillor. Castlemilk’s 'Flowers on the Railings' annual event was held on Saturday in the golden autumn sunshine.

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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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