The Easterhouse Housing and Regeneration Housing Alliance (EHRA) has welcomed residents from across Greater Easterhouse to a hustings at Blairtummock Hall in the offices of Blairtummock Housing Association.
The Ofgem Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme has awarded more than £3.9 million in grants to 20 charities across England, Scotland and Wales, including Ardenglen, Blairtummock and Hjaltland housing associations, in its 13th round of funding.
Blairtummock Housing Association has awarded seven tenants a certificate of appreciation making each of them a Lockdown Hero at the Association. The award came to be when staff at Blairtummock Housing Association were so uplifted when tenants had been telling them the stori
Blairtummock Housing Association has launched a consultation into its proposed domestic abuse policy as it announced its support for the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand campaign. By signing the pledge, Blairtummock has become part of a collective effort working to put the followi
Blairtummock Housing Association has been awarded £2,000 from the STV Children’s Appeal fund to help provide financial assistance to its tenants. The money, which Blairtummock will match fund, will allow the Association to provide small sums of money to tenants who are in crisi
Blairtummock Housing Association is saddened to report the death of Cathie Mulligan on April 10 after a short illness at the age of 75. Cathie joined the management committee of Blairtummock Housing Association in 1995.
Marshall Gemmell Blairtummock Housing Association, Gardeen Housing Association and Provanhall Housing Association are working in partnership with Connect Community Trust to provide a new welfare rights service for tenants.
EHRA chair Colin Cameron (left) with the poverty charter The Easterhouse Housing & Regeneration Alliance (EHRA) has launched a charter which commits its members to a range of poverty alleviation actions across greater Easterhouse.
A group of eight small housing associations in the Greater Easterhouse area have commissioned a report which challenges the perception that you can only improve value for money by increasing in size. Easterhouse Housing and Regeneration Alliance (EHRA) asked the Scottish Housing Best Value Network (