Berwickshire Housing Association

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s Community Food Garden in Duns was officially opened last week and to mark the occasion chief executive Michelle Meldrum planted a fruit tree and unveiled a plaque. The Community Garden at Todlaw has been designed specifically for those living in the area and

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has launched its new Independent Living service, an innovative and re-imagined housing option designed exclusively for over 55s encompassing modern assistive technology, in partnership with Alertacall.

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is supporting local charity Berwickshire Swap with new projects which provide emergency clothing parcels and a cloth nappy library. BHA, along with Berwickshire Association for Voluntary Service (BAVS), is providing this support through the Scottish Government&

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Seven landlords across Scotland have come together with housing software solutions provider Housing Online Ltd to develop a new digital lettings service called These Homes. These Homes is a bespoke system designed to easily capture the needs and aspirations of all applicants who only have to registe

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Hart Builders has donated £2,000 to Ayton Primary School as part of its commitment to investing in the local community where it is currently building phase one of a new development for Berwickshire Housing Association.   Located in Beanburn, Ayton, the primary school is close to

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has received £25,000 from the Scottish Government’s Communities Recovery Fund to help local voluntary organisations respond to the challenges presented by Covid-19. The Communities Recovery Fund is part of the £25 million Third Sector Com

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has trailed a Social Value Toolkit method to help measure the impact of the Supporting Communities Fund (SCF) support it has received throughout its communities. Established by the Scottish Government with an initial £20 million investment, the

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is changing the way it engages with its tenants with the appointment of Kerry Hague, a customer and community engagement officer.  Kerry Hague took up the new role this week and the principle aims of her appointment will be to deliver BHA’s strategic

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is continuing to work in partnership with Abundant Borders to encourage the use of its community gardens in both Duns and Ayton. With the uncertainty over any lifting of restrictions due to Covid-19, it has been impossible to create a month-by-month plan of act

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has been awarded £200,000 by The National Lottery Community Fund to support its very successful BeFriend project for the next three years. Since its inception almost nine years ago, BHA’s BeFriend Project has grown from strength to strength and is n

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has introduced Housing Proactive, Alertacall’s housing management service, at its independent living courts in Coldstream, Duns and Eyemouth. The service was successfully implemented at Gowanlea, Boston Court and Linkim Court in December 2020 in propertie

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To mark its 25th anniversary, Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has sponsored 25 Food Train boxes – one for each year - which will be used to deliver essential food shopping to isolated and vulnerable elderly people during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Staff at BHA BeFriend have been

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