Eildon Housing Association

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New chairman Dave Alexander shaking hands with departing chairman Trevor Burrows The chairman of Eildon Housing Association has stepped down at its 45th AGM after four years at the helm of the association.

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(from left) Clare Ford, CEO of Quality Scotland, Deborah Taggart, Eildon’s HR manager, Jim Sanderson, Eildon’s business and performance manager & David Tanner, award ceremony host The Eildon Group has received the prestigious recognition of being given four stars through the European Foundat

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Eildon chairman Trevor Burrows (left) joins Councillor Rowley to cut the ribbon Councillor Mark Rowley, Scottish Border Council’s executive member for business and economic development, cut the ribbon to mark the official opening of Eildon Housing Association’s latest development at Roxburgh and

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A total of 41 homes in Galashiels and Innerleithen are to be sold to Eildon Housing to ensure they remain available for affordable rent. The 21 houses and flats at Chris Paterson Place in Galashiels, and 20 flats at James Hogg Court in Innerleithen were developed by Tweed Property Leasing and acquir

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Scottish Borders Council and Waverley Housing are launching a joint ‘masterplanning’ project in Upper Langlee in Galashiels this month. Particularly focusing on Beech Avenue, Hawthorn Road, Larch Grove and Laurel Grove, the aim of the project is to guide the preparation of a comprehensive and fu

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Monday afternoons at 2pm are proving to be a special time for the 3 and 4-year-old children at First Nursery in Peebles. Their routine for the last few months has been to don their hats and coats, and head across with their teachers in a crocodile formation to visit the tenants at Eildon-owned Dovec

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(from left) Scottish Borders Council leader, Councillor David Parker; executive member for social work and housing, Councillor Frances Renton, and Nile Istephan, chief executive of Eildon Housing Association at the former Earlston High School site which is proposed to be handed over to Eildon for af

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(from left) Back row: Sally Spence, Amanda Miller, Susan Turner, Tammy Connolly, Karen McDade, Cathie Brown, Willie Frew, Irene Wielbo.Front row: Lauren Upton, Carol Robertson, Hilary Scott, Claire Wilson (absent from photo) Twelve of Eildon Housing Association’s staff members are volunteering to

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