Lorraine Tait Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) has elected Lorraine Tait as its new board convener following former chair Andrew Watson’s appointment to the board of the Scottish Housing Regulator in July.
(from left) Andrew Watson – BHA Trustee Convener, Richard Atkins – BHA Trustee and chair of Berwickshire Community Renewables and Helen Forsyth – chief executive of Berwickshire Housing Association The first wind farm in the UK to have been developed by a housing association as a means of fund
Kevin Scarlett Eighteen housing associations in Scotland - including the Haymarket Group of associations - have agreed to take part in a sector scorecard pilot to benchmark a range of business health and efficiency measures.
(from left) Paul Wheelhouse MSP, Helen Forsyth of BHA and Nicholas Gubbins of Community Energy Scotland. Photo credit Tara Grey. A new wind farm in the Scottish Borders which will create enough revenue for Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) to build 500 new homes over the next 25 years was offic
Christine Macleod A national inquiry report into how social landlords handle complaints has found that while most landlords have accessible complaints policies and handle complaints well, some could do more to promote their complaints policy, and make better use of feedback.
Dawn McNeil with her children and husband unveiling the memorial plaque BHA Enterprise, part of Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA), held a special Naming Ceremony to officially name the woods which are located at Woodlands, near Oldhamstocks.
A group of housing associations are considering sharing greater information regarding their performance and value for money within their Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) reports to tenants each year. Formed in 2015, the ‘Haymarket Group’ of housing associations has been meeting to discuss how
Staff and tenants past and present get together to celebrate BHA turning 21 Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA), the first Large Scale Voluntary Transfer organisation in Scotland, turned 21 years old this month and celebrated with a garden party at its head office in Duns.
A benefits advice service, which has recently been joined by four local housing associations, has helped people with cancer in the Borders access over £11 million in benefits since its launch seven years ago. Developed in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, the Borders Macmillan Welfare Bene
Helen Forsyth, chief executive of BHA and Nicholas Gubbins, chief executive of Community Energy Scotland see the first foundations of Hoprigshiels community windfarm taking shape Scotland’s first windfarm to be developed through a partnership between two charities has taken a big leap forward with
Staff at BHA with Sheila Charters, April Edwards and Dave Jarrold, after successfully completing the Releasing Potential programme Twelve rising stars at Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) have completed an initiative which aims to help them achieve their full potential.
Bob Bolton, one of BHA’s Trustees, declared the fete open Berwickshire Housing Association’s Boston Court sheltered housing complex in Duns raised £561.95 at a Summer Fete which took place on Saturday.
Jane and Mary enjoy each other’s company Berwickshire Housing Association’s (BHA) befriending project for older people in Berwickshire, BeFriend, has been awarded five years’ funding by the Big Lottery Fund.