Grampian Housing Association

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Moray Council has launched its search for a design team to create a vision for accessible, affordable and smart homes on the edge of Forres. Tendering has opened for the design and delivery plan for Phase 1 of its Dallas Dhu Masterplan: a comprehensive design package featuring site phasing, infrastr

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Aberdeen City Youth Council held an event at the Foyer this week to launch its Youth Housing Survey Report. The report, based on the views of 595 young people from across Aberdeen, was compiled for young people by young people and will provide valuable information to professional services within the

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A second phase of a heat network in the community of Torry was approved yesterday which will provide an additional almost 570 homes and a new school with lower-cost energy. The £10 million Torry Heat Network will supply heat for the three high rises at Morven Court, Brimmond Court, and Grampia

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Grampian Housing Association has completed the handover of its latest 37 energy-efficient homes for social rent in Forres. Set on the south side of the historic town, these new homes are part of a larger tenure-neutral private development by Springfield Properties and consists of 16 bungalows,

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The Grampian Group, which comprises Grampian Housing Association, Let’s Choose Leasing and TLC Housing Maintenance, has unveiled Craig Stirrat as its new chief executive officer. Craig, who has been Grampian Housing Association’s chief operating officer since 2018, will step up into

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Moray Council’s planning and regulatory services committee has approved planning applications for 48 homes in Hopeman and 25 affordable homes in Lhanbryde, with a further eight specialist supported housing units. The site to the west of Hopeman will include affordable housing and indications h

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The launch of new neighbourhood officer roles and use of customer experience feedback were among the initiatives announced at Grampian Housing Association’s recent annual general meeting. They form part of the Association’s journey of change to ensure services to tenants continue to be c

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Grampian Housing Association has announced that it is mourning the loss of its loved and popular colleague, Trish Kemsley (nee Fraser), who has sadly lost her fight with cancer after a battle bravely borne. Trish worked as a housing officer with Grampian for 20 years and her impact on all who came i

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More than 85% of Grampian Housing Association’s annual procurement spend in 2020/21 went to local suppliers and contractors in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire, its new annual procurement report has highlighted. Of the remaining spend, the most significant amounts were for nation

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Seven landlords across Scotland have come together with housing software solutions provider Housing Online Ltd to develop a new digital lettings service called These Homes. These Homes is a bespoke system designed to easily capture the needs and aspirations of all applicants who only have to registe

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Owners of a Scottish consultancy firm are urging employers to nurture the next generation of planners to avoid a crisis in the profession. Directors of Aurora Planning Ltd in Aberdeen, Maggie Bochel and Pippa Robertson, insist action must be taken now to prevent a skills shortage in the sector.

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