CIH has issued a good practice note which highlights some examples from across the UK of how housing organisations are supporting homeschooling.
Govan Housing Association
Families in Govan have been given a winter warmer with news of a £200,000 energy boost for the community. The cash sum is to be used to employ energy advisors to help people slash their fuel bills.
Many staff at Govan Housing Association have volunteered to work on Christmas day delivering meals to those most in need.
New affordable homes are to be developed at Water Row in Govan after Glasgow City Council approved the off-market disposal of land to Govan Housing Association.
The Social Housing Resilience Group (SHRG) met last week and discussed what could be learned from how Berwickshire Housing Association and Govan Housing Association have been working with their communities during the coronavirus outbreak. Facilitated by the Supporting Communities Fund, the work
Govan Housing Association is leading the way in helping deliver a digital future for one Glasgow community. The Association is spearheading an unprecedented community effort to equip people with digital skills and even lend them devices to get online.
Community groups in Govan have revealed a bumper cash boost of £200,000 from the Scottish Government to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. The boost has meant Govan's funding to fight the virus has doubled to reach £400,000.
More community groups in Govan have been given a cash lifeline of £100,000 to help deal with the coronavirus crisis. The funding brings the amount of money handed out to £200,000 within the last two months as the community copes with the pandemic.
Housing associations have welcomed news of a huge donation to help keep a future Govan landmark afloat.
Govan Housing Association’s proposal for a residential-led mixed-use regeneration of land at Water Row has been awarded planning permission in principle.
Govan Housing Association has been distributing devices and data to tenants and community organisations to help close the digital divide in Scotland.
Govan’s own orchestra known as The Glasgow Barons has been running hugely-popular music sessions to entertain shoppers and passers-by at Govan Cross each Wednesday.
Organisations working hard to help the Govan community fight coronavirus have now received a total of £100,000 to turbo-charge their efforts to deliver assistance to local people. The funding from the Scottish Government has handed out by the recently-set up COVID-19 Temporary Emergency Fundin
Lemon curd is firmly on the menu thanks to 94-year-old jam maker and Linthouse Housing Association tenant May Pollock who has been curing her lockdown boredom by making preserves.
The Scottish Government heard yesterday how Govan has put its people first as it tackles the coronavirus health emergency. Housing associations and community groups were working flat out to ensure isolated and vulnerable members of the community received a helping hand like never before.