Grampian Housing Association

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Councillors have named Grampian Housing Association and community group the Torry Development Trust as preferred bidders to regenerate a former primary school site in Aberdeen. First built in 1878, the granite Victoria Road school in Torry has been the subject of numerous development plans since it

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(from left) Roy Dryburgh from Scotia Homes, Kevin Stewart MSP and Craig Stirrat from Grampian Housing Association Grampian Housing Association is celebrating the completion of three developments of new affordable homes, increasing its portfolio of properties for social rent throughout the North-east

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Peter Kennedy, chair of Grampian Housing Association, presented with SFHA Mid-Market Rent Development of the Year 2018 award by Zhan McIntyre, policy lead at SFHA The winner of the first SFHA Mid-Market Rent Development of the Year, sponsored by Citylets, was revealed at the SFHA Annual Conference o

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Kind-hearted staff from Grampian Housing Association (GHA) have donated £200 and shopping essentials worth more than £130 as part of the organisation’s efforts to help local children and families in need this Christmas. Cash for presents has been donated to Cash for Kids’ Mission Christmas App

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A partnership of North East social landlords is holding a house party event tomorrow to allow all residents in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to speak to a host of organisations about a range of housing related issues. NETRALT (North East Tenants, Residents, Landlords Together), which includes Aberdeen

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James Valentine (left) receives his award from Neil Clapperton, chief executive of Grampian Housing Association A quantity surveying graduate of Robert Gordon University has been awarded an annual prize in memory of a former chairman of Grampian Housing Association.

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The housing proposal was designed by Halliday Fraser Munro Grampian Housing Association has revealed its “disappointment” after a decision by Aberdeen City Council blocked its plans to develop affordable homes designed to attract graduates to the area.

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Grampian Housing Association has unveiled plans to transform the site of a former Aberdeenshire school into affordable homes. The proposals to create 27 rented homes for families and individuals at the C-listed Old School site in Ballater will be unveiled to the public next month.

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