Elderpark Housing Association

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Elderpark Housing is leading the way with a new survey approach which is proving a huge success in understanding the needs of its tenants. The Association has been working with Glasgow-based Target Applications Ltd - creators of trail-blazing 'CX-Feedback' software. The application provide

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The Scottish Government heard yesterday how Govan has put its people first as it tackles the coronavirus health emergency. Housing associations and community groups were working flat out to ensure isolated and vulnerable members of the community received a helping hand like never before.

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The Scottish Government has provided £200,000 to help communities in Govan deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Now delighted housing providers in the community say the money will be put to work helping people at grassroots level with particular emphasis on the vulnerable and isolated.

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Elderpark Housing and the charity Aberlour have joined forces to deliver food and shopping to vulnerable and isolated members of the local community in Govan. It has been such a success that meals are being prepared and delivered by volunteers with 150 being delivered in a single day.

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The historic Elderpark Library in Govan is to benefit from a huge funding boost from the Scottish Government with the assistance of Glasgow City Council. It will get a new lease of life and a much-needed refurbishment to equip it as a learning and community hub while continuing its 117-year history

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Elderpark Housing and Linthouse Housing Association held a hugely successful Burns Supper which brought the community together to celebrate the Bard. It was the eighth year the supper was laid on for tenants and the first time Linthouse and Elderpark organised it jointly.

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Two long-serving members of staff at Elderpark Housing are celebrating their 40 years of service with the Association. Marie Lubanski and Terry Frew began work as young housing professionals within days of each other in 1980.

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Construction and manufacturing business CCG (Scotland) Ltd has welcomed the progress made by four new apprentices in support of a major development in Govan. 19-year-old Jack Mulvey started a plumbing apprenticeship with the Glasgow-based firm in August as part of the conversion of the former Hills

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Clydebank Housing Association and Elderpark Housing have announced the appointment of TC Young as new legal advisors. (from left) Kirsty Nairn and  Lauren Little of TC Young, Sharon Keenan of Clydebank, Alison Brynes of TC Young and Gary Dalziel of Elderpark

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