Eildon Housing Association

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Scottish Borders Council has approved the next steps that have been recommended for the development of a new care village facility for Hawick. Agreement was given at the council meeting held on 26 January for a full business case to be progressed, based on the preferred option that a new build care

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Cruden Building Scotland has offered its support to the local community in Earlston, Scottish Borders, by rejuvenating a well-respected war memorial in the town centre. Working collaboratively with Eildon Housing Association and Earlston Community Council, Cruden successfully refurbished the metal r

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Cruden Homes has revealed proposals to deliver 76 homes for social rent, on the site of the former Howdenburn Primary School on Lothian Road in Jedburgh. The school, which was built in 1970, was closed in 2020, with pupils transferring to Jedburgh Grammar Campus at Hartrigge Park.

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The four Borders-based Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) that make up the Borders Housing Network have signed a joint pledge to take decisive action against domestic abuse. The chief executives of Berwickshire, Eildon, Scottish Borders, and Waverley met on 21 November to restate their commitme

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Tenants at Eildon Housing’s Extra Care development, Wilkie Gardens in Galashiels, witnessed the ‘big reveal’ of a beautiful mosaic map situated at the entrance to their building. Created by local artist Joy Parker of WASP Studios, Selkirk, and part-funded by a community benefits pr

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Past and current generations of teachers and pupils were invited by Eildon Housing Association to the site of the old Kelso High School to see first-hand how the building is being transformed into 36 extra care elderly apartments. To be known ‘Poynder Apartments, the celebrated art d

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The Eildon Group has announced the appointment of experienced retired housing professional Cathie Fancy as its new chair. Cathie takes up the role from Dave Alexander who stepped down after nine years on the Eildon board.

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Past and current generations of Kelso High School pupils and staff were invited along by Eildon Housing to visit the site of the old school to see first-hand the transformation that is taking place at the historic site. The old school building is being transformed into a state-of-the-art extra care

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Eildon Housing Associations held its 49th Annual General Meeting in Selkirk last week in an event that also marked the retirement of Scottish housing stalwart Dave Alexander. Mr Alexander had been Eildon’s chair for four years, and a board member for nine years.

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An official sod cutting ceremony has been carried out in Earlston to mark the start of a £12.5 million new affordable housing development. Cruden Building, part of the Cruden Group, is building 64 energy-efficient new homes on behalf of Eildon Housing Association. This development contributes

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Work to deliver new apartments for Eildon Housing Association at the historic site of the former High School in Kelso has been gathering pace thanks to local contractor M&J Ballantyne. Newly named Poynder Apartments following discussion with Kelso Community Council, the development will offer a

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Eildon Housing Association’s development Elm Court in Hawick has undergone a complete transformation since works formally began in July 2020. Bell Contracts was appointed to undertake extensive works following a competitive procurement exercise through Public Contracts Scotland. This project i

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