Eildon topped another great year by welcoming three new members on to its board of management. For the first time in the organisation's history, its 47th AGM was held virtually, with Eibhlin McHugh, Paul Gilbert and Gary Brown welcomed on board.
The four registered social landlords operating in the Scottish Borders, also known as the Borders Housing Network, got together to support Scottish Housing Day and have produced a short animated video.
Eildon Housing Association is sad to learn of the passing of former board member Myra Turnbull MBE. Myra served with distinction on the board of the Association for nearly a quarter of a century. This volunteering effort underlined her commitment to public service to her community, for which she was
Eildon Housing Association has appointed Hart Builders to deliver a multi-million-pound affordable housing development at Huddersfield Street in Galashiels. Due to begin in July, the £5.7 million development will see 34 new homes built in a five-storey building, designed to reflect the histori
Eildon Housing has secured more than £11 million of affordable housing grant thanks to its ongoing partnership working with the Scottish Government’s More Homes Division and Scottish Borders Council. 22 homes at Tweedbridge Court in Peebles
Eildon Housing Association is celebrating after it was shortlisted in two categories in the Scottish Home Awards 2020. The Association’s Station Court development in Peebles has been nominated for the Affordable Housing Development of the Year (Small, Social Rent) while Eildon is also in the r
Tenants moving into newly finished homes at Eildon’s Springfield Place development in St Boswells are set to benefit from dramatically cheaper fuel bills. The Passivhaus development at Springfield Place, St Boswells
Eildon Housing’s plans to deliver more green homes in the Borders moved another step closer this week. The first of three Passivhaus homes at Springfield Place in St Boswells will complete in March and a further ten-home development at Westruther has secured planning permission.
Borders College and Eildon Housing Association have formalised a partnership in recognition of their similar objective of working for the greater good of the region’s population and communities. Nile Istephan, CEO Eildon Housing Association, with Angela Cox, CEO Borders College
The Scottish Borders Chamber of Commerce has recognised Eildon Housing Association with two top awards at its Business Excellence Awards. (from left) Deborah Taggart, Amy Simpson receiving an award from Margaret Simpson, Alison Lowrie and Jim Sanderson