Easthall Park Housing Co-Operative

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative will remain as an independent organisation following a strategic review of its business. The outcome of the review, which included an independent Strategic Options Appraisal by Arneil Johnston consultants, was for Easthall Park to ‘Stay Independent&

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Applicants can now apply online to the Greater Easterhouse Common Housing Register (GECHR). Calvay Housing Association, Easthall Park Housing Co-operative, Gardeen Housing Association and Lochfield Park Housing Association have worked in partnership with Kiswebs, the housing sector specialist web an

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has looked back over the 28 years of service of director John McMorrow as he announced his resignation to take up the post as chief executive of Melville Housing Association. John joined Easthall Park back in 1992 and was one of the very first e

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has been shortlisted in the category of Employer of the Year: Platinum two-49 award with Investors in People 2020. The Investors in People standard explores practices and outcomes within an organisation under three performance headings: leading, supporting and

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The management committee at Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has approved a rent increase of 3.3% following a consultation with tenants. Scheduled to take effect from March 28, the rent increase was determined as the necessary amount to ensure the Co-operative can continue to invest and improve in

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has been awarded Scotland’s Employer of the Year Award for a not for profit/public sector employer at a prestigious awards ceremony last week. Judges for the Business Insider Scotland’s Best Employer Awards said the Co-operative “leads by example as an employ

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has been selected as a finalist for Platinum Employer of the Year 2017 (2 – 49 staff category) meaning it is viewed as one of the top ten organisations in the UK to have achieved the Investors in People (IIP) Platinum Award. To identify Easthall Park’s position

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The management committee of Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has approved a rent increase of 2% with effect from March 28. The community controlled organisation determined that the rent increase was necessary to ensure it can continue to invest and improve in its stock, repay the private finance b

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has become the first Community Based Housing Organisation in Scotland to achieve the unique platinum Investor in People award. The Investors in People standard explores practices and outcomes within an organisation under three performance headings: leading, support

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Easthall Park Housing Co-operative has been working hard behind the scenes in an attempt to help make this Christmas a magical one for their residents. Like many communities across Scotland, Easthall and Kildermorie display high levels of multiple deprivations and, with the increasing threat of in

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