Grampian Housing Association

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A collective of tenants, residents, registered social landlords and local authorities in the North East celebrated the launch of a strategy and action plan over lunch with social housing tenants, residents, staff and partners.

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A second round of the Plugged-In Households Grant Fund has now opened, allowing more social housing providers, third sector and community organisations the chance to procure the services of electric vehicle car clubs. £500,000 is available for social housing providers and third sector organisa

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Eight housing associations are to share a £510,000 investment from the Scottish Government towards electric hire car clubs to allow people to rent low-emission vehicles. The Plugged-in Households Grant Fund will support the associations to procure the services of car clubs.

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Neil Clapperton, CEO of Grampian Housing Association, reflects on the collapse of Our Power, the housing association-backed energy provider. Our Power was an amazing creature, a utility with a heart, an energy supplier that cared for those on the margins, households in fuel poverty. It was the brain

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Fresh plans by Grampian Housing Association to deliver affordable homes on the site of a former Deeside school have been lodged. The Association purchased this site with the desire to rejuvenate the C-listed Old School site in Ballater and provide 24 much-needed affordable homes.

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Grampian Housing Association has won an appeal to build affordable houses on the site of a Victorian school in a Royal Deeside community. The application to build 26 affordable houses at the C-listed Old School site in Ballater was initially rejected amid concerns over a lack of amenities and road s

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An event to find and explore practical ways to reduce waste, increase wealth and improve the quality of lives is being held in Aberdeen next month with the support of Grampian Housing Association. The Less Waste, More Wealth event aims to bring together the knowledge, skills and energy which is scat

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Neil Clapperton, Peter Kennedy and Craig Stirrat of Grampian Housing Association recieving the Eco Hero Award from sponsor Terri Vogt, project manager, Circular North East Grampian Housing Association is celebrating its win of the Eco Hero award in the Northern Star Business Awards in recognition of

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