Clydebank Housing Association has appointed Cruden Building to deliver a multi-million-pound affordable housing development on the site of the former St. Cuthbert’s Church in Clydebank to help address local housing needs.
Clydebank Housing Association has announced it will apply a rent increase of 0.7% across all tenant rents for the year 2021-22. The Association made the announcement after an extensive consultation exercise with its tenants, sharing owners and tenants groups and an overview of its budget settin
Magnus Electrical Services has delivered two power washers to Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) as a community benefit which formed part of its contract. After a successful procurement process, the contractor secured the contract to carry out CHA’s electrical testing programme throughout its
Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has again achieved the prestigious Investors in Young People Gold Accreditation (IIYP), the only people management standard that focuses on an employer’s recruitment and retention of young people. This award represents a true commitment to the training and d
Staff at Clydebank Housing Association donned their Christmas jumpers last week to raise £100 for charity. The staff decided to donate the funds to the Christmas Appeal in aid of local group Y-Sort-It, to buy Christmas gifts for local children and young people. The Association’s man
Eleven housing association projects have received funding from the Scottish Government’s £1.5 million Homelessness Prevention Fund to support projects that contribute to reducing child poverty and preventing homelessness.
Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has revealed some of the hard work it undertook alongside its regular services to address some of the negative effects of the pandemic in the community. In May 2020, CHA was awarded £52,900 from the Scottish Government’s Wellbeing Fund to deliver food
Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has been awarded £52,900 from the Scottish Government Wellbeing Fund to enhance the services they have been providing to residents during the coronavirus pandemic. The award has allowed for the delivery of three-day food parcels for individuals and families,
Clydebank Housing Association and Elderpark Housing have announced the appointment of TC Young as new legal advisors. (from left) Kirsty Nairn and Lauren Little of TC Young, Sharon Keenan of Clydebank, Alison Brynes of TC Young and Gary Dalziel of Elderpark
In a bid to further increase the provision of new affordable homes West Dunbartonshire Council has formed a new partnership with local housing associations and is to consider the introduction of alternative tenures at a development in Clydebank East.