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
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.
The Scottish Government has provided £200,000 to help communities in Govan deal with the coronavirus outbreak. Now delighted housing providers in the community say the money will be put to work helping people at grassroots level with particular emphasis on the vulnerable and isolated.
Govan Housing Association has revealed it will suspend its agreed rent increase in light of the current coronavirus circumstances but rent rises at two north east local authorities will go ahead as planned. The 3% increase in rent which was due to commence for Govan Housing Association tenants from
Govan Housing Association’s community inclusion team hosted a community cinema screening which offered local tenants and the wider community the opportunity to watch two of the latest films free of charge.
Scottish social landlords are facing calls for the removal of a potentially dangerous type of cladding from high-rise buildings after a government test which approved the use of the material in some circumstances was labelled "fundamentally flawed". Falkirk Council, Dundee City Council, Fife Council
Govan Housing Association recently hosted its annual event in order to celebrate the Christmas light switch on, attended by approximately 3,000 local residents. ‘Govan Loves Christmas’ headline act, Clyde 1’s George Bowie and Sparkos helped with the countdown to the big event which
A proposed partnership between Glasgow City Council and Govan Housing Association will aim to tackle the condition of pre-1919 housing in the Ibrox and Cessnock areas of the city. Glasgow has 76,000 pre-1919 homes - around 23% of the city's housing stock - and 70,000 of these are tenement flats