The use of the term ‘affordable’ has been helpful to those who deliver homes in Scotland, but for others, it has become vague and redundant.
Blochairn Housing Association
Scottish Housing News Podcast co-host Jimmy Black rounds up a lively debate on the topic of housing affordability from the latest episode.
Blochairn Housing Association has responded to the huge challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic with new ways to communicate with its tenants.
Blochairn Housing Association has announced that every tenant will receive its £75 Christmas bonus. In 2001, the Association became the first housing organisation in Glasgow to provide a tenant bonus, which is designed to acknowledge the contribution made by tenants who pay their rent, l
The strong and unwavering community spirit of Royston has moved to a whole new level since the coronavirus outbreak thanks to the work of local housing associations and other community organisations.
Spire View Housing Association has welcomed a £63,040 funding package from the National Lottery to help support its Royston Coronavirus Response project. The Association said the funding will be “absolutely vital” to support vulnerable residents at Spire View, in Royston.
Kirsteen Watson, regional director Dollywood Foundation UK with Michael Carberry, director of Blochairn Every child in a Blochairn Housing Association household will receive a free book each month until their fifth birthday after the Association signed up to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
Blochairn Housing Association director, Michael Carberry, joined 40 other volunteers to sleep rough last month to raise funds to help vulnerable, homeless people in Glasgow. Held by the Marie Trust, the ‘sleep rough night’ took place in Skypark’s car park with every penny raised helping to mai
Laurence O'Boyle Laurence O’Boyle, housing consultant and former director of Spire View Housing Association, passed away on 15 March, aged 56.