Atrium Homes

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Kilmarnock-based registered social landlord Atrium Homes held its 23rd Annual General meeting at the end of September. The meeting was a socially distanced affair, held in Atrium’s offices. The members present heard from Joe Keen, chair of Atrium Homes, as he introduced an Annual Report which

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Atrium Homes has announced the retirement of its long-standing chief executive, Stephen Black. Stephen, who has been chief executive since July 2000, has indicated he will leave at the end of the year.

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This event is brought to you by Eydent, the alliance of Ayrshire housing associations – Shire Housing Association, Ayrshire Housing Association, ANCHO and Atrium Homes.

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Delegates at the Eydent Housing Conference Over 100 delegates from Ayrshire RSLs were joined for the third Eydent Housing Conference by colleagues from Ayrshire local authorities, as well as RSLs from Renfrewshire and Glasgow.

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Eydent Conference at Gailes Hotel Irvine A major housing conference titled Meeting the Challenge will take place in Irvine later this month.

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New tenant Mr McClure is welcomed into his new home by Atrium Homes estates officer Anne Brown Kilmarnock-based registered social landlord Atrium Homes has completed work on the remodelling of three 3-bedroom maisonettes to create six new 1-bedroom flats in Russell Court.

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Work to deliver new affordable homes at the former BISF demolition site in Shortlees, Kilmarnock for registered social landlord Atrium Homes is now underway. The £4.25 million investment, which is being delivered by McTaggart Construction Ltd of Dalry, will see a total of 43 quality, affordable hom

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Shortlees residents are celebrating the announcement of a successful funding award of over £59,000 to Atrium Homes from the Our Place Big Lottery funding programme. Atrium Homes will start work in the next few months on its Welcome to Shortlees project, following the award of £59,360, to provide a

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Kilmarnock-based registered social landlord Atrium Homes has announced a rent increase of just 1.5% from April 2017 following formal consultation with its tenants. The three options presented to tenants for their views ranged were all below the current rate of inflation and opinion varied between re

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Elves from Atrium Homes have been out and about delivering Christmas cheer to some lucky tenants. This week, 25 families found themselves taking delivery of Christmas hampers, courtesy of the social landlord.

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Atrium Homes is another social landlord to have received additional funding from the Scottish Legal Aid Board (SLAB) which will enable it to extend its Money Advice Project until March 2017. The Kilmarnock landlord’s Money Advice Project started in the late autumn of 2013 and was an instant succes

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