Berwickshire Housing Association

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The final phase of Berwickshire Housing Association’s new Todlaw development in Duns has now been completed creating another 27 affordable energy-efficient homes. Millar Court, Station Crescent and Station Drive make up the last phase of the project which has provided a total of 87 new homes i

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has started work to transform a vacant piece of land into a vibrant sensory garden for Community Integrated Care residents at Station Court in Duns. As a result of a competition involving the Station Court residents, the new garden will be named ‘Bumblebe

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has appointed Margaret O'Connor as consultant programme director and Rhona Mackay as programme manager to lead the Association's programme of business transformation projects. The two will lead on, manage and co-ordinate the key programmes that BHA has identifi

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has taken another step on its digital journey by launching a new tenant-focussed website. Berwick-based digital agency Strive Digital won the redevelopment contract following a selection process and BHA said it is delighted with the results.

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Having started as a handyman’s assistant with Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) ten years ago, Jamie Aitchison is delighted to have now been appointed as a trainee technical officer. Mr Aitchison joined BHA from school almost 10 years ago as part of the Working Rite Programme which was fu

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) last week said a happy 30th birthday to its Boston Court sheltered housing complex in Duns. Residents and staff had a great day celebrating with an afternoon tea and of course a slice of birthday cake.

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Jim McDevitt has been appointed as the new convener of the board of trustees at Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA). He takes over from Lorraine Tait who has decided to stand down after three years on the board and serving as convener from September 2017.

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is sponsoring and supporting the Living and Caring for Dementia Event to be held in Duns on September 12.

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Duns Youth Centre has been given a makeover thanks to Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) and its Community Benefits Fund. The Centre has a new coat of paint both inside and out with the work being carried out by BHA’s painting contractor Novus.

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Housing associations in the Borders region are among a number of organisations to lend support for a local Men’s Shed. The growing Men’s Shed movement in the Borders offers men (and women) the opportunity to come together, pursue hobbies and share skills and experience.

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