Atrium Homes

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Atrium Homes held its 18th Annual General meeting this week, the first in its new community based Kilmarnock headquarters. Members listened intently as chair Jim O’Neill introduced the Annual Report for 2015/16 and highlighted not only the successes of the past year but laid out Atrium’s plans f

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The Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations (GWSF) has announced its new Board following its AGM last week. Adele Fraser (Linstone HA), Helen Moore (Reidvale HA) and Claire Taylor (Hillhead HA) continue on the Board after standing down, and are joined by new members Jim Brown (Wil

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Plans by Kilmarnock-based Atrium Homes to redevelop the former sites of 20 BISF properties demolished in 2013 are back on track. Detailed proposals to develop around 40 new properties on two sites at Earlston Avenue/Blacksyke Avenue in Shortlees were halted previously when Scottish Government grant

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Atrium Homes has achieved the prestigious Investors in People Gold Accreditation in recognition for its commitment to employees and solid foundation of good practice. The achievement puts the Kilmarnock registered social landlord in the top seven per cent of all IIP Accredited clients.

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Mrs Winnie Campbell and Atrium Homes chair Jim O’Neill Kilmarnock registered social landlord Atrium Homes has completed its long planned move to new purpose built offices at Central Avenue, Shortlees.

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Raymond Young, Alan Ferguson, and David Bookbinder Eydent (the Alliance of Ayrshire Housing Associations) has organised its second major housing conference at the Gailes Hotel, Ayrshire on Wednesday 18 November 2015, and there are only a few places left at the event.

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Eydent, the alliance of Ayrshire Housing associations, is staging a major housing conference at the Gailes Hotel, Ayrshire on Wednesday 18 November 2015. With speakers such as Raymond Young and Alan Ferguson, both well known figures in housing, and a plethora of local speakers on topics such as heal

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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

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Atrium Homes has started work on a brand new office base in the heart of Shortlees, its largest community. The Kilmarnock-based registered social landlord anticipates construction of the new office will be complete by the end of 2015, ready for occupation and marking the beginning of a new phase in

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