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(from left) Front: Robert Higgins, DGHP chairman and Marion Gracie, operations director with SERS. Back: April Devlin, quantity surveyor with DGHP; Hugh Carr, DGHP’s director of finance; Jane Urquhart, DGHP’s senior investment manager; Andrew Thompson, interim director of investment and regenera

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DGHP staff who received awards at the recent DGHP awards ceremony, along with managers, Board members, directors and DGHP’s chief executive Zoe Forster, vice chairman Bill Robertson and chairman Robert Higgins Staff from Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) have been congratulated for

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Customer advisors Kelly Trainor and Julie Drennan at DGHP’s Dumfries office with the cheque for £1650 Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) took part in Macmillan’s World Biggest Coffee Morning last week and raised a total of £1,650.

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Dumfries and Galloway Council has approved plans to build new affordable homes in Dumfries town centre. The housing will be developed on Queens Street by the Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) and will be the first of their kind in Scotland.

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Kevin Scarlett Eighteen housing associations in Scotland - including the Haymarket Group of associations - have agreed to take part in a sector scorecard pilot to benchmark a range of business health and efficiency measures.

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(from left) DGHP chairman David McMillan, from Stranraer; Rena Gardiner, from Moffat; Lesley Baird, chief executive of TPAS Scotland; Ronald Ritchie, from Lochmaben; Doreen Cowan, from the Lochans; Harry McGrath, student from Auchencairn who created a DGHP volunteer film; Pat McTaggart, of Kirkcudbr

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DGHP staff who received awards at the recent DGHP awards ceremony, along with managers, Board members, directors and DGHP’s chief executive Zoe Forster and chairman David McMillan (front centre) Staff from Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) have been congratulated for their hard work

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Dumfries & Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has been fined £8,000 for allowing renovations to take place that put residents at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Dumfries Sheriff Court heard that the housing association had allowed chimneys to be removed from properties on two separate occas

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DGHP’s community participation officer, Gordon Williamson, and DGHP tenant Dorothy Grant, receiving the gold award from TPAS Dumfries and Galloway Partnership (DGHP) has been recognised as one of the leaders in the country for tenant participation after it successfully achieved the gold standard o

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A group of housing associations are considering sharing greater information regarding their performance and value for money within their Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) reports to tenants each year. Formed in 2015, the ‘Haymarket Group’ of housing associations has been meeting to discuss how

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