Eildon Housing Association

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There was a fantastic buzz of excitement around an Eildon extra care housing development last week when Cycling Without Age Scotland launched its first Trishaw ‘Galavanter’ for Galashiels. The new partnership with Energise Galashiels Trust was marked with a ribbon cutting ceremony a

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Eildon Housing Association has said it was very saddened to hear of the passing of Robert (Bob) Stewart MBE who gave much of his time to Eildon over the years. Formerly a clerk of works with the housing association he took on the role of committee member from 2005 to 2011 when he reti

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Eildon Housing Association has appointed Mr Brian Frater to its board. The Association's chair, Dave Alexander, said: “We are absolutely delighted to welcome Brian Frater on to the board. He joins us at a terrifically exciting time as we embark on the next five years of our strategy, continuin

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A project to help unemployed housing association tenants into work has been launched in the Borders. The initiative is the first of its kind between the Borders Housing Network (comprising of all four local housing associations) and social enterprise The Wise Group.

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Former chairman of Eildon Housing Association Bill Wilkie MBE officially opened the brand-new extra care development named after him, with a tree-planting ceremony last week. The impressive state-of-the-art development Wilkie Gardens provides 39 one and two-bedroom flats on what was the de

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The penultimate feature in our COP26SHN showcase sees the Borders Housing Network outline how the four Borders RSLs have come together with a new approach to tackle the issue of fuel poverty. A total of £450,000 in Scottish Government funding was awarded to the four Borders RSLs cons

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For today's COP26SHN instalment Eildon shares the first-hand experience of tenants after a year and a half of living in its ground-breaking Passivhaus development at St Boswells.

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Significantly more affordable homes could be delivered in 2021/22 than Scottish Borders Council’s annual target thanks to increased funding and the commitment of a range of local partners, including the region’s four registered social landlords, the local authority has revealed. Potentia

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Eildon Housing is to offer a personalised service for tenants living at Dovecot Court in Peebles after taking over from the current provider SB Cares (Scottish Borders Council) today. The locally-based Eildon team will offer a flexible service covering all aspects of tenancy management, social suppo

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