Glen Oaks Housing Association

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Hundreds of people from across the housing association movement said farewell to much-loved colleague Alasdair McKee yesterday. The funeral of Alasdair took place in Clydebank as friends and colleagues of Alasdair turned out in force to say goodbye.

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The family of Alasdair McKee have paid tribute to his life and work as a response to the outpouring of affection and sorrow following his death. They have taken the opportunity to say thank you for the many messages of condolences received by the family – every one of which has been read and d

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Tributes have poured in for Glen Oaks Housing Association's late CEO, Alasdair McKee, who passed away last week. In an outpouring of sorrow and sympathy from across the sector, colleagues and friends have spoken of the devastating loss of Alasdair’s death.

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Glen Oaks Housing Association is deeply distressed to confirm the death of its chief executive Alasdair McKee. Alasdair was the only CEO to lead Glen Oaks since the housing association was created in 1991.

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Glen Oaks Housing Association has appointed Kirsty Wilson as its new housing services director. Ms Wilson took up the role on June 1 and succeeds long-serving predecessor Jean Murray who has retired.

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Alasdair McKee has been named as the new chair of Positive Action in Housing, the housing and homelessness charity which works to ensure equal access to housing for people from BME and refugee communities across Scotland.  Mr McKee is the chief executive of Glen Oaks Housing Associati

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Alasdair McKee, chief executive of Glen Oaks Housing Association, adds his name to the list of high profile names in the sector to congratulate Scottish Housing News on our 20th anniversary. “Congratulations to Scottish Housing News on reaching this impressive milestone. Twenty years

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Glen Oaks Housing Association has gained planning approval to build 30 houses and cottage flats for the Arden area of Glasgow. The properties on a vacant 2.5-acre grassed site in Kilmuir Crescent would be built by AS Homes (Scotland) in conjunction with the Association.

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