Pic caption: Michael Melton (left) and Rian Taylor Two of Scottish Borders Housing Association's (SBHA) brightest young people received recognition at the recent Chartered Institute of Housing Excellence Awards.
The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for excellence in housing were announced at a special awards dinner at Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh.
A new £19 million housing development in Wester Hailes has been shortlisted in the ‘Excellence in Development for Affordable Housing’ category at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Excellence Awards. The Places for People Scotland development constructed by Lovell comprises of 1
(from left) Paul Wheelhouse MSP, BHA chief executive Helen Forsyth and Nicholas Gubbins, CEO of Community Energy Scotland The innovative new community wind farm developed by Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) and its partners Community Energy Scotland (CES) has been named as a finalist in two pr
With just a week left to apply for the CIH Scotland Excellence Awards, the organisation thought it was a good time to ask: why should you apply? Let’s get the obvious one out of the way: celebrating and recognising excellence in our sector is really important. Identifying what we do well, and shar
CIH Scotland is looking for exemplary individuals and initiatives that deserve to be recognised and celebrated as its 2017 Excellence Awards opens for nominations. There are sixteen categories to choose from, which each reflect the vital work that housing organisations continue to deliver on a daily
Event host Arlene Stuart of Radio Forth (far left) and Ronnie Hayton from award sponsor Click Networks (far right) with the housing team receiving the award (from left) Councillor Barry McCulloch, convener of housing; Lynda Stevenson, service delivery manager; Gillian Whitehead, area manager; Margar
Hallam House A supported housing development for people with disabilities in the Dumfries & Galloway village of Beeswing has scooped a top national housing award from the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland.
Link Housing Association's Tenant Scrutiny Panel was recognised at the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland Excellence Awards last week by winning the ‘Excellence in Scrutiny’ award. The accolade, sponsored by the Scottish Government, was awarded to the Tenant Scrutiny Panel for the work it h
Host Arlene Stuart from Radio Forth with Frank Sweeney, chief executive of Cunninghame Housing Association being presented the Exceptional Contribution by a CIH Member Award by Esther Wilson, vice-chair of CIH Scotland Cunninghame Housing Association chief executive, Frank Sweeney, has won CIH Scotl
The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for excellence in housing were announced on Friday night at an awards dinner sponsored by Utilita at Double Tree by Hilton in Glasgow. The Team of the Year Award was awarded to North Lanarkshire Council for its Syrian resettlement project, while Campaign of
Linstone Housing Association has been shortlisted for the third year in a row for three awards at this year’s Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland Excellence Awards. The awards aim to showcase exemplary individuals and initiatives that deserve to be recognised, and the team at Linstone is delig