Blue Triangle Housing Association

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Blue Triangle Housing Association has welcomed Iain Macfarlane as its new chief executive officer. Mr Macfarlane brings over 20 years of banking, public sector reform, service transformation, and third sector leadership experience to the role, as he leads the organisation on a journey of i

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An 18-month long regeneration project carried out by Paisley Housing Association designed to boost the environment in Paisley’s West End has been hailed a green triumph. Now the aptly-named West End Transformation Project from Paisley Housing Association has reached the end of its planned life

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The good work of two housing associations has been highlighted in Parliamentary motions by MSPs ahead of a debate on housing in the Scottish Parliament today. Renfrewshire South MSP Tom Arthur congratulated Barrhead Housing Association on its 30th anniversary, praising the exceptional work in provid

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The first Blue Triangle Housing Association Champions League event took place in Toryglen Regional Football Centre last week. There were 10 teams from Blue Triangle, the remaining 6 teams were made up of Street Soccer Scotland, British Transport Police, Quarriers, Move On, Ypeople and Tesco who also

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A fundraising football tournament held by Blue Triangle Housing Association is now just a day away. Blue Triangle supports, accommodates and assists vulnerable homeless people achieve better lives.

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Blue Triangle Housing Association, which exists to support, accommodate and assist vulnerable homeless people achieve better lives, is holding a fundraising football tournament. The idea for the event, which will take place on Friday August 19, 11am-4pm at the Toryglen Football Centre in Glasgow, co

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Elizabeth (Betty) Leonard, who uses Blue Triangle's service and has had a positive experience with the Better Futures framework People using a Glasgow housing support project are being given the chance to take more control to change their lives thanks to the introduction of a pioneering initiative.

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The South Fort Street Project at Gowrie Care, which is part of the Hillcrest Group A pioneering initiative to measure the vital impact of housing support services in Scotland has surpassed a milestone after it was revealed more than 12,000 people have used the service.

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