Govanhill Housing Association
Up to 350 homes in the Govanhill area of Glasgow are to be upgraded and made available for social renting thanks to a funding package that could total over £34 million.
Published 17 February 2017
Over 80 Govanhill Housing Association properties in Glasgow are set to receive new windows.
Published 30 January 2017
Plans have been submitted for a new housing development on the site of a modernist church in Glasgow on behalf of Govanhill Housing Association.
Published 10 January 2017
A successful pilot project to allow homes in Govanhill to be acquired and brought into the social rented sector has been awarded a further £2.5 million of funding.
Published 13 October 2016
Govanhill Community Development Trust, part of Govanhill Housing Association, has been awarded £478,565 to help Roma and Slovakian communities in Govanhill.
Published 23 September 2016
Govanhill Housing Association has reached a milestone in its programme of purchasing homes for social rent.
Published 22 September 2016
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon marked the beginning of a £5.5 million development that will provide affordable homes at a derelict site in Govanhill.
Published 12 September 2016
Govanhill Housing Association CEO Anne Lear has been announced as one of seven members appointed to the new Scottish Land Fund (SLF) committee.
Published 24 March 2016
Glasgow City Council has become the first council in Scotland to be granted powers to designate an Enhanced Enforcement Area (EEA) in an effort to clamp down on rogue landlords.
Published 22 September 2015
A derelict site in Govanhill is to be transformed into affordable homes in a scheme put forward by Govanhill Housing Association.
Published 10 September 2015
Govanhill Housing Association has taken the next steps in its £9.3 million plans to buy and repair poor quality private housing in Glasgow.
Published 17 August 2015
Waste ground in Glasgow’s Govanhill has been transformed into a green space for local people.
Published 24 July 2015
The worsening condition of many tenements is a blight on local communities and in some areas feels like a return to the 60s and 70s, a new report out today has warned.
Published 24 April 2015