Glen Oaks tenant Alleashia Smyth is given the key of the door by housing minister Kevin Stewart Families in Arden in Glasgow’s south side have been given a £6.4 million housing boost with the building of 48 new homes.
Kevin Scarlett Eighteen housing associations in Scotland - including the Haymarket Group of associations - have agreed to take part in a sector scorecard pilot to benchmark a range of business health and efficiency measures.
Staff and tenants working together during the conference Glen Oaks Housing Association has hailed the turnout for its Residents Conference as “excellent” with over 80 tenants attending the event at the Crookston Hotel.
Elaine McShane, Glen Oaks chairperson accepting CSE Award from Harry Nicol from CSE, alongside Alasdair McKee, Glen Oaks chief executive and Laura Strang, corporate services officer Glen Oaks Housing Association has been awarded the prestigious Customer Service Excellence Standard.
A group of housing associations are considering sharing greater information regarding their performance and value for money within their Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) reports to tenants each year. Formed in 2015, the ‘Haymarket Group’ of housing associations has been meeting to discuss how
Excellent attendance at Glen Oaks Housing Association’s 25th AGM Tenant scrutiny was given the spotlight at Glen Oaks Housing Association’s 25th AGM. Eleanor Stewart, a member of the Association’s Service Improvement Group, gave an overview of the Group’s work so far and how their scrutiny a
Tenants of Glen Oaks Housing Association have praised the work it does in a recent survey. In a snapshot of tenant opinion, the Association scored high marks across a number of areas on which people were asked their views.
Overall winner Mr Rundell receives his winning shield from Alasdair McKee The power of flowers has been helping to transform homes across three Glasgow communities as Glen Oaks Housing Association celebrated another triumphant year for its keenly-contested Annual Garden and Balcony Competition.
Glen Oaks Housing Association is, with great sadness, advising friends of Pat McGinlay MBE of the sudden and unexpected death of Pat’s grandson Gerard aged just 24. Gerard, the only grandson of Pat who is currently vice chairperson of Glen Oaks, died on October 8.
Glen Oaks senior project officer Louise McNicol (left) and project officer Lynne-anne Ferguson with plans for the new homes Families in Glasgow’s Arden are in line for a £6.4 million housing boost after a major new development was announced by Glen Oaks Housing Association.
Elaine McShane hands over the cheque to Michael Aries of HIV Scotland Glen Oaks Housing Association has become the first housing association in Scotland to deliver a vital cash boost to an HIV charity.
Say it with flowers……. Amy, one of the people to benefit from the scheme, (left) with her supervisor Lynn in the florists shop Teenagers in Glasgow have been given a new jobs boost after Glen Oaks Housing Association revealed it is to continue its successful partnership with a charity to offer w