Berwickshire Housing Association

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is to build 29 affordable new energy efficient homes at Springfield Avenue in Duns with work set to start this summer. The Association purchased the site from housebuilder Springfield Properties thanks to funding from a Scottish Government grant and support fro

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s vision of creating thriving rural communities has come to fruition in Chirnside following the completion of a new affordable and energy-efficient housing development. Reflecting local demand, the 25-unit development at Glebe Place is a good mix of housing typ

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Dan Blake has been appointed as the new operations director at Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) with responsibility for the strategic delivery of all housing services and wider community initiatives. Working alongside customers, staff and Trustees, Dan will ensure BHA delivers integrated housi

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A Borders money advice service delivered by three housing associations has teamed up with a social enterprise to help people feed their families cook good food for less. Financial Inclusion Project Borders (FIPB) is a free and confidential money advice service funded by the National Lottery Communit

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The keys to Berwickshire Housing Association’s latest modern affordable homes at Acredale in Eyemouth have been given to the tenants moving in to their new homes. The new form the third phase of BHA’s new house building at Acredale, providing 30 new homes and contributing to the much nee

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Work is now underway on Phase 4 of Berwickshire Housing Association’s Todlaw development in Duns which will create another 27 energy efficient and affordable homes. This is the final phase of the Todlaw project which, when completed, will have provided a total of 87 new homes.

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Staff at Berwickshire Housing Association’s Duns office held a ‘Big Pink Event’ to raise money for Breast Cancer Care. The successful event raised over £1000 with staff raising the money by entering a Big Pink Bake-Off competition, various raffles and a ‘Guess the name of the Pink Pug’.

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A cheque for £5,000 from Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has helped a new Eyemouth-based social enterprise get up and running. Sea the Change strives to help create happier, healthier, more sustainable communities, encouraging the whole community to get outdoors, connect with others, and mak

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Berwickshire Housing Association’s vision of creating thriving rural communities continued apace as work started on a new affordable housing development in Chirnside. The 25 unit development at The Glebe/Glebe Place will be a mix of housing types suitable for individuals and families on what was p

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Kevin Scarlett Interest is growing across Scotland in the new sector scorecard pilot, with several new housing associations indicating that they will submit data in 2018.

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