Caledonia Housing Association

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(from left) Irene Handy, scheme manager, Dundee’s Lord Provost, Ian Borthwick, and Marion Montgomerie, Martingale Gardens resident of 30 years The Lord Provost of Dundee, Ian Borthwick, joined residents of Caledonia Housing Association’s Martingale Gardens in Dundee for an afternoon tea to remem

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Gary Flew Caledonia Housing Association’s volunteer co-ordinator and Gill Donoghue, head of support services at Caledonia Housing Association A volunteer project by Caledonia Housing Association received a boost this week with confirmation of £149,788 of grant funding from the Big Lottery Fund ov

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Gary Flew & Gill Donoghue of Caledonia Housing Association with volunteers and volunteer partners On the final day of Volunteer Week 2017, Caledonia Housing Association hosted an afternoon celebrating five successful years of volunteering paying tribute to its volunteers and volunteer partners.

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Over 190 staff from the three associations that make up the Caledonia Housing Association Group have attended a series of data governance workshops as the group prepares for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. The GDPR is a regulation by which the European

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Bellsmyre’s maintenance team planning next stages of the Association’s £5m investment programme Bellsmyre Housing Association has reported a notable increase in tenant satisfaction since becoming part of the Caledonia Housing Association Group.

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The creation of 28 new affordable homes in Dundee took a step closer last week when Dundee City Council granted planning permission for Caledonia Housing Association’s £3.5 million development at the former Taybank Works site on Morgan Street. The approved plans for the redevelopment of the derel

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Developers have submitted revised plans for a housing project in Angus following requests for amendments by the local authority and Caledonia Housing Association. Angus Council granted permission in 2015 for 42 homes and 40 flats at the former Taymouth Engineering Works site in Carnoustie.

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Councillor Dave Doogan (left) joins Neil McKay and Julie Cosgrove for sod cutting to launch the Muirton development in Perth The beginning of a development which will deliver over 200 new homes, around half of which will be affordable, was marked yesterday at a site in Perth.

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Caledonia Housing Association has submitted plans to build 28 new affordable homes at the former Taybank Works jute mill site in Dundee. If approved, the redevelopment of the derelict brownfield site on Morgan Street will see the existing buildings demolished to make way for 10 new flats and 18 hous

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Angus Council has started a five-week consultation about changes it is proposing for its Common Housing Allocation Policy. The consultation is being carried out between now and January 11 along with housing partners Hillcrest Housing Association, Caledonia Housing Association and Blackwood Homes.

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Regeneration development expert Urban Union is to begin work on a project to develop the Muirton area of Perth in partnership with Caledonia Housing Association and Fairfield Housing Co-operative. The development of 203 new houses - the first for the developer in Perth - will include 102 affordable

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Pictured (l-r): Caledonia Housing Association Staff & Board Members: Rachel Martin, Tim Calderbank, David Chalmers (Brewin Dolphin Award Sponsor), Helen Archibald, Irene Harrison, Elaine O’Brien, Gill Donoghue, Joe Dewar, Penny Coburn, Julie Cosgrove, Gary Purvey, Angela Murphy & Hannah Me

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Margaret McCallion, Cordale Housing Association chairperson, Mr and Mrs Walker & Barry Johnstone, Caledonia Housing Association area director Caledonia Housing Association and Cordale Housing Association were delighted to have provided 32 new homes to tenants in John Street and Main Street in Re

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