Thenue Housing has begun work on building more homes for Glasgow's East End just weeks after launching its most recent development. A total of 27 flats are being built at Landressy Place, Bridgeton on the site of a former care home.
Some of Partick’s finest were treated to a fun-filled afternoon as Partick Housing Association (PHA) hosted a free Christmas Afternoon Tea Dance for over 60s. The event was held to help tackle loneliness and isolation affecting elderly people over the festive period.
Throughout the school summer holidays, Partick Housing Association delivered a free Football Feast programme of children’s football training with lunch included. Sessions were held weekly and were available for children aged 8 to 11.
hub West Scotland (hWS) has named CCG, Cruden, Engie (formerly Keepmoat) and Lovell as its new housing delivery partners. The contractors can now bid to deliver hWS's £15 million Tom Johnstone House development for East Dunbartonshire Council.