Four housing providers in Castlemilk have said human rights are a crucial part of the work they deliver for tenants as they prepare to offer input to the Scottish Government’s Human Rights Bill. The quartet of housing associations – Ardenglen, Cassiltoun, Craigdale and North Vi
A Glasgow community’s dignified annual act of remembrance has taken place once again, and has received support from three local housing associations which both contributed floral tributes to remember lost lives. Castlemilk’s “Flowers on the Railings” annual event was held on
Castlemilk is celebrating a special milestone as its community pantry – supported by the area’s housing associations – has celebrated its second birthday. The pantry, which is a huge boost to families facing the cost of living crisis, opened its doors on 5th June 2021 and has been
Cassiltoun Housing Association's group chief executive Clair Malpas has encouraged organisations to apply for the new Ian Findlay Path Fund, with £1.5 million of funding now open for applications. The fund, managed by Scotland’s walking charity Paths for All, will enable more people to w
Cassiltoun Housing Association's wider work with the community has been recognised with not one but two awards over the past few months. The association has been working with individuals to enable them to ‘go digital’. This has been through the provision of devices such as laptops, table
The annual SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration were launched for 2022 yesterday by the Scottish Government at a special event in the Britannia Panopticon, the world’s oldest surviving music hall, in Glasgow to celebrate the ‘Year of Stories’. The event, attended
Cassiltoun Housing Association was delighted to welcome Glasgow City Council officers to its new build development at Barlia Row, Castlemilk earlier this month. Although the development was completed almost a year ago, restrictions on on-site visits meant that there was a delay in presenting th
Residents from the local community in Castlemilk have benefited from the ‘added value’ aspect of the current development programme being progressed by Cassiltoun Housing Association in partnership with Cruden Homes West. Cassiltoun’s CEO Clair Malpas said: “Our development pr
Cassiltoun Housing Association has welcomed the first handover of units at its Castlemilk Drive new build project. The 60-unit flatted development for social rent is set to be the most popular development yet for the Housing Association, based in the east end of Castlemilk.
A new pantry aiming to help people access healthy and affordable food has opened its doors to the community in Castlemilk. The Castlemilk Panty is the latest to spring up in Glasgow, is a much-needed boost for local families and has been driven forward by local housing associations.
Cassiltoun Housing Association has been awarded the Social Housing Association Walking Champion award at the first Scottish Walking Awards which are organised by Paths for All, Ramblers Scotland and Living Streets.