Copperworks Housing Association

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Copperworks Housing Association is very sad to announce that the Association’s chairperson, Jim Laing, passed away on Sunday 3rd October 2021. Jim had been a member of the management committee since 2008 and had served many years as vice chair and the past 3 years as chair.

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A two-year programme of planned maintenance has commenced this June on behalf of Spire View and Copperworks Housing Association with over 150 properties set to benefit from kitchen and boiler replacements. CCG Asset Management, a member of the CCG Group, will be responsible for the delivery of the p

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Spire View Housing Association has welcomed a £63,040 funding package from the National Lottery to help support its Royston Coronavirus Response project. The Association said the funding will be “absolutely vital” to support vulnerable residents at Spire View, in Royston.

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Copperworks Housing Association has celebrated another significant milestone in the regeneration of its local community. Following several years of hard work and determination Copperworks, with the support of local residents and the Royston Strategy Group, finally acquired a large area of derelict l

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Copperworks Housing Association (CHA) is to breathe new life into an area of Glasgow thanks to a cash injection from the Scottish Land Fund. The Association has been awarded £419,000 to develop the urban landscape of Royston, a district in the north of the city.

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The latest step in the regeneration of a Glasgow community took place yesterday when a block of flats was demolished to make way for new homes. A 25-storey multi-storey at Rosemount Street, Roystonhill, in the north of the city was brought down in a controlled explosive demolition.

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