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(from left) ng homes chairperson John Fury, Teresa McNally, ng homes CEO Robert Tamburrini, his depute Ann Marie Devlin, Chrissie Allan and the Lord Provost of Glasgow Councillor Sadie Docherty A ceremony has been held to mark the opening of a conference centre named after the man who led the transf

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Nicola Sturgeon, Patrick McGrath SHA director and Dorothy Murray SHA management committee chairperson First minister Nicola Sturgeon joined past and present residents of a Glasgow housing estate yesterday to celebrate the demolition of problem deck access housing.

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Govanhill Housing Association has taken the next steps in its £9.3 million plans to buy and repair poor quality private housing in Glasgow. Last week, the Association sent around 600 letters to all property owners in a target area of four tenement blocks in south-west Govanhill. The letters include

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Glasgow City Council’s executive committee has approved a new and unique partnership mortgage guarantee scheme between the local authority and Glasgow Credit Union. The two-year pilot scheme will offer those prospective home owners who could afford to pay a mortgage, but have insufficient means of

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A new scheme is to be launched which will allow people in Glasgow who cannot afford a deposit to buy their home. Local councillors are expected to give the green light to a new partnership with Glasgow Credit Union this week.

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Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.

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A new service has been launched to help people throughout Glasgow improve their financial skills. Funded by a £1 million grant from the Big Lottery for three years, Epic 360 comes at a time when many people are under increasing financial pressures as a result of welfare reform and the recent introd

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The developer behind plans to turn a former pub into a homeless hostel has insisted it will carry on with the project after Glasgow City Council revealed it would not refer people to the service. It is understood Dundas Heritable Ltd was hoping the local authority would provide placements at the pro

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A Glasgow pub once owned by Celtic legend Billy McNeill could be turned into a homeless hostel. An application to transform McNeill’s into supported accommodation for nine people has been submitted to Glasgow City Council.

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Around 75 flats could be built at the site of a fire-ravaged college in the West End of Glasgow, according to reports. New plans for the homes, at the former Balshagray campus, on Broomhill Drive, are set to go before Glasgow City Council by the end of this month.

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Cllr Soryia Siddique Glasgow City Council will ask the Scottish Government to designate four blocks in Govanhill as part of an Enhanced Enforcement Area (EEA) in an effort to clamp down on rogue landlords.

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More than £13.2 million in council tax payments went unpaid to Glasgow City Council in the 2014/15 financial year, according to new figures. Meanwhile, the local authority's collection rate for the tax reached an all-time high.

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