Caledonia Housing Association

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SHN editor Kieran Findlay finds out how the escalating energy crisis is affecting the sector and how associations are responding. Skyrocketing energy costs and inflation are directly impacting the operations of housing associations across Scotland with increased overheads forcing delays to maintenan

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Back in 2020, Caledonia Housing Association carried out a comprehensive staff survey to review the impact of new working arrangements during lockdown and ensure staff are provided with the support to adapt to new practices and maintain key services for tenants. The survey was a part of the form

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Jimmy Black reflects on Caledonia Housing Association's ‘agile’ staff strategy and gets misty-eyed about his old place of work in a Broughty Ferry mansion house. I came across the term “agile” when working in technology-enabled care. A bunch of expert software developers crea

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Work is underway to build 67 new Caledonia Housing Association homes at Ballindean Road in the east end of Dundee. The Association’s latest development in the city will be a mix of 43 houses and 24 flats made available for affordable rent or Shared Equity sale. All the homes will come with sol

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A new housing project at 68-78 Townhead in Kirkintilloch is underway to transform a vacant office building into eight high quality affordable homes available for rent from Caledonia Housing Association. This is the first restoration development of this type by Caledonia in East Dunbartonshire.

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Barry Johnstone explores the new approach to agile working being adopted post-Covid at Caledonia Housing Association including a move from large offices to smaller destination sites. I was interested to read recently that even City workers in London, are not rushing back to the square mile and old w

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With a perfect storm of supply chain issues impacting repairs, Caledonia Housing Association's director of assets Andrew Kilpatrick reveals why expertise, approach, and ways of working are as key as the price when selecting a contractor partner. As we embrace post-pandemic life, social landlords as

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Caledonia Housing Association has taken a major step to become carbon neutral by launching its climate change strategy, supported by an ambitious delivery plan, which will lead to a significant reduction in the organisation’s carbon usage in line with the Scottish Government’s net zero t

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A group of housing professionals from across the UK have been visiting a Caledonia Housing Association development in Dumbarton as part of a prestigious year long development programme. Four Caledonia members of staff are participating in the World of Housing GEM programme, Talent Management For The

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Caledonia Housing Association has secured a uniquely structured £75 million Private Placement, with support from NatWest, to further its commitment to both building sustainable housing and becoming a carbon-neutral organisation. Caledonia intends to use the proceeds from the transaction to con

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Caledonia Housing Association is now responsible for all of the homes and services provided by Faifley Housing Association following confirmation from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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Councillors in Dundee have approved plans for two developments that will provide 121 new homes. A former industrial site on Ballindean Road in Douglas will host 43 houses and 24 flats, six fewer than initially intended during a public consultation last year to accommodate a SUDS

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Caledonia Housing Association has started work on a new Dundee housing development that will provide 30 new homes for social rent in the city. Developer GMC Ventures had already overseen the demolition of old industrial units at the site at Coldside Road, just off of Strathmartine Road. It is the fi

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Hillhead Housing Association’s Welfare Rights Service have been granted £18,800 from Cash for Kids to support children of low income families of Hillhead & Caledonia Housing Associations in the Hillhead/Harestanes area of Kirkintilloch. Cash for Kids was chosen as a key partner of th

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