Eildon Housing Association

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Sustainable housing can alleviate fuel poverty, therefore, the higher upfront costs should not rule out the use of energy-efficient materials, argues Scotframe’s Malcolm Thomson. Hands up if you’ve heard about the urgent need for new homes? Chances are most of the business community have

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Albyn Group subsidiaries Highland Residential and Albyn Housing Society have won two prized awards at The Herald Property Awards. Held at Glasgow’s Doubletree by Hilton Hotel on September 26, the awards were given for their commitment to delivering affordable housing in the Highlands.

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Eildon Housing Association has paid tribute to two of its longest-serving board members and former chairmen prior to its AGM last week. Bill Wilkie MBE joined Eildon Housing Association back in its infancy in 1978. He was appointed as vice-chair in 1980 and went on to become chairman and remained in

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Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for the former Kelso high school, to be converted into homes for the elderly and affordable housing. Planners wish to convert one of the town's more recognisable landmarks into a facility holding 34 extra care apartments for older people. Develop

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Eildon Housing Association is celebrating the impressive achievement of reaching the Gold standard through the internationally recognised Investors in People framework. The Association was assessed as having reached the Gold level for both the overall framework and also as an ‘Investors in You

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Eildon Housing Association has pledged to unveil alternative proposals to develop new affordable homes at Tweedbridge Court in Peebles after its initial plans were rejected by the Scottish Government. The Association had acquired and demolished vacant buildings at the site and submitted plans to Sco

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Housing associations in the Borders region are among a number of organisations to lend support for a local Men’s Shed. The growing Men’s Shed movement in the Borders offers men (and women) the opportunity to come together, pursue hobbies and share skills and experience.

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Eildon Housing Association has spoken of its “delight” after its latest development at High Street/Chapel Street in Selkirk was recognised as the Best Small Affordable Housing Development of the Year at the recent Scottish Home Awards.

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