Eildon Housing Association

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Eildon Housing Association’s efforts to promote inclusive growth, address housing need and invest in Borders’ communities has been recognised with two new build developments being shortlisted as finalists at the Scottish Home Awards 2019 for the ‘Housing Development of the Year (so

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An exciting mural project has been taking shape on the fence that surrounds the vacant site of the former Tweedbridge Court. Eildon Housing Association and Hart Builders Ltd have been working in partnership with the Peebles youth led organisation Tweeddale Youth Action, and local artists Ross Macrae

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Eildon Housing Association was delighted to give support to the newly opened Men’s Shed in Kelso by donating four personal computers and cupboards which had become excess to the organisation’s requirements. The Kelso Men's Shed already has 63 members and still counting - is open 3 days e

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This week tenants begin moving in to brand new Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) homes in Galashiels, just in time for Christmas. Work has been completed on the new £1.8 million SBHA housing development at Rose Court in Langlee, which was handed over by Hart Builders and agents Eildon Hou

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Eildon Housing Association has submitted an application to build 69 homes on the outskirts of Galashiels. Working with Collective Architecture, the Association plans to deliver a mix of bungalows, colony-style homes and flats inspired by rural farm steadings just south of Coopersknowe Crescent.

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Clive Feeney (director of SPA), Julie Williams (community benefit officer at Wheatley Group), Mark Beaumont (Cyclist and SPA Awards host) More than 200 representatives from the Scottish public sector gathered to celebrate procurement excellence within the housing sector at the first ever Scottish Pr

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Eildon Housing Association has been awarded up to £1.8 million to enable the development of 39 extra care homes in Galashiels after its projected bill was increased by the discovery of asbestos on the site. Eildon Housing is currently seeking planning consent for the new development at Langhaugh, h

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(from left) Kevin Scott, Eildon Housing Association; Gill Henry, Hart Builders; Alison Lowrie, community benefits project officer; presenter Mark Beaumont and David Robinson Eildon Housing Association Eildon Housing Association in partnership with Hart Builders have been recognised at the first ever

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