Castlehill Housing Association

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Castlehill Housing Association tenant Colin Stewart has won Tenant Champion of the Year award at the Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland National Good Practice Awards 2018, which were held in Aviemore last month.

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A partnership of North East social landlords is holding a house party event tomorrow to allow all residents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to speak to a host of organisations about a range of housing related issues. NETRALT (North East Tenants, Residents, Landlords Together), which includes Aberdeen

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Aberdeenshire Council has given the green light to plans for 150 homes on the outskirts of Cruden Bay. Councillors on the Buchan Area Committee agreed with the recommendations of council planners this week by approving the plans with provision being made for affordable housing at the site just west

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Sanctuary Scotland recently helped bring Aberdeen’s sheltered tenants together for a day of light physical activity. The housing provider teamed up with Sport Aberdeen and Castlehill Housing Association to run fun, confidence-building sessions at Westburn Outdoor Centre.

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Castlehill Housing Association is to build 147 affordable homes in Aberdeen and Inverurie after securing funding of £12.5 million from Clydesdale Bank. The loan will fund the building of 119 homes for social rent and a further 28 for mid-market rent. The properties will range from one-bedroom flats

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Plans to build 40 affordable homes on the site of a demolished Royal British Legion Club have been approved by Aberdeen City Council, the Evening Express has reported. Dandara lodged proposals last year to create 40 affordable homes on Mugiemoss Road at the site of the former Bucksburn British Legio

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View from the north of the Aden Park site Plans have been lodged to build new homes in an Aberdeenshire village on behalf of Castlehill Housing Association.

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(from left) Councillor Judy Hamilton, executive spokesperson for housing and building service at Fife Council; Catherine Coutts, Castlehill Housing Association; Katie Taylor, Grampian Housing Association and presenter Sean Batty North East tenants and housing professionals are celebrating after bein

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From 3rd to 11th June a team from Castlehill Housing Association will climb the highest mountains in Wales, England & Scotland and cycle a route of 500 miles between the peaks. The team will climb Snowdon on June 3rd and then cycle about 200 miles in four days before ascending Scafell Pike on Mo

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Gordon Edwards, chair of Grampian Housing Association (left) and Liam Smyth, membership director of Aberdeen Grampian Chamber of Commerce Housing associations in the North East of Scotland are pressing the next Holyrood government to build more affordable homes to help rebuild the regional and natio

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Seventeen members of staff from Castlehill Housing Association raised a total of £500 on their 2015 sponsored walk at Loch Muick. The day of the walk proved to be dry but windy and the group enjoyed an eight mile walk around the loch, which lies totally within the Balmoral estate, just south of Bra

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A new independent energy supply company, the first in the UK operating on a non-profit distributing basis, plans to be selling heat and power to tenants in 200,000 homes across Scotland by 2020. Our Power Energy, a subsidiary of Our Power Community Benefit Society, has been founded by 35 member orga

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