Glen Housing Association

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A revised agreement has been signed by Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance (FHAA) regarding the delivery of the Fife Affordable Housing Programme. Committing the partners to adopt a collaborative approach to work with private developers to deliver the Section 75 Agreement for

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A partnership of Fife-based housing associations has launched the Fife Voices Housing Advocacy Project, a collaborative initiative designed to provide additional support to vulnerable tenants, promote tenancy sustainment and prevent homelessness within Fife. The project has been largely funded throu

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Kingdom Housing Association has built six new homes in Glenrothes for social rent and handed them over to Fife Housing Association Alliance partner, Glen Housing Association. These new homes have been partly funded through a Scottish Government grant. An additional facility has been completed f

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Some of Fife’s finest were treated to a fun-filled afternoon last week as the Fife Housing Association Alliance hosted a free afternoon tea for their older tenants. In an effort to help tackle the loneliness and isolation often experienced by our senior citizens, tenants of Fife Housing Group, Kin

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The Aberlour Trust, in partnership with Glen Housing Association and Kingdom Housing Association, has announced its intention to apply in the near future for planning permission for a modest housing development in Glenrothes. Together with the two Fife-based housing associations, the Trust wishes to

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Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing Association and Cllr Judy Hamilton, convener of community and housing services committee A formal agreement between Fife Council and the Fife Housing Association Alliance has been renewed for the next five years, allowing the partnership to continue to de

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Staff from the Fife Housing Association Alliance have taken part in a joint event aimed at helping tenants and customers who are struggling to meet their household bills on small incomes. Employees from housing associations Fife, Glen, Kingdom and Ore Valley attending the joint continued professiona

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A group of Fife primary pupils donned hard hats and hi-visibility vests to learn about construction and see new homes completed by Kingdom Housing Association near their school in Leven. The visit to the building site by pupils at St Agatha’s Primary school was linked to project work the children

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Bob Watt An architect who made a key contribution to the regeneration of Levenmouth is to be commemorated with a street named after him in Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development at Methil Brae, which Kingdom is developing for Glen Housing Association.

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Fife Alliance members during their visit to social enterprise Furniture Plus Fife Housing Association Alliance, the collaborative partnership between the four Fife based Associations (Fife, Glen, Kingdom & Ore Valley), has devised an in-house CPD training programme for staff to increase their kn

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Two Fife housing associations are working in partnership to deliver badly needed new affordable homes for the older and disabled people in Methil. Twenty-three homes will be developed and built by Kingdom Housing Association and will then be transferred into the ownership of Glen Housing Association

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Triodos Bank is targeting further lending to social housing providers after taking its lending commitments to the sector to £250 million. In the last year Triodos Bank has arranged lending facilities totalling more than £25m to seven different housing association customers across the UK, making it

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