Brendan Hall, who led the crew that won The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race in 2009, has praised Caledonia Housing Association’s commitment to employee wellbeing. Speaking at the association's first virtual event for its employees across Scotland, he said: "Wellbeing in the (remote) workpla
Caledonia Housing Association has completed the transfer of Bellsmyre Housing Association in a move that will deliver ambitious regeneration plans for the Bellsmyre area, including the provision of new homes to replace unpopular flats within the estate. The Transfer of Engagements to Caledonia recei
Highland Council and other Highland Housing Register social housing landlords have launched a consultation seeking feedback on the proposed changes to the way they allocate their houses and the way people access housing. The Highland Housing Re
Caledonia Housing Association has appointed a new chair following its Annual General Meeting last month. Alan Nairn has been a board member since 2017 and has served as vice-chair of the Association for the past two years. He worked in health and local government for over 25 years within the c
Employees of Caledonia Housing Association (CHA) boosted community engagement during COVID-19 through the development of a new staff-led Giving Back initiative. Giving Back is also a crucial element of Caledonia’s wellness programme as the organisation recognises that providing opportunities t
Angus Council is to commence a new housing allocation system from the start of November that it said will put the power of choice into the hands of local home seekers. The choice-based lettings system will see the council and its housing partners – Blackwood Homes, Caledonia Housing Associatio
Caledonia Housing Association has confirmed a £40 million spend on seven current housing projects in Scotland with a further £35m earmarked for nine future developments, including a continued expansion in the Highlands. In total, Caledonia is on target to deliver 500 homes, the majo
Shareholding members of Bellsmyre Housing Association last night added their seal of approval to the regeneration plans for the Bellsmyre estate. At the first ‘virtual’ Special General Meeting (SGM), the members voted in favour of a resolution to transfer the Association’s pro
Housing partners throughout the Highlands are asking tenants to have their say on proposed changes to the mutual exchange policy. Highland Council is proposing to update the criteria used to make decisions on mutual housing exchanges, which help around 180 households move each year.
Caledonia Housing Association has secured planning permission from West Dunbartonshire Council to press ahead with the first phase in its £30 million regeneration of the Bellsmyre area of Dumbarton, beginning with the construction of 66 new affordable homes along Muir Road.