Grampian Housing Association

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Neil Clapperton, chief executive of Grampian Housing Association (left) and Kevin Stewart MSP Grampian Housing Association and its subsidiary Kirkgate Developments are celebrating the completion of its latest development of affordable homes, increasing the group’s portfolio of properties for rent

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Aberdeenshire Council has approved proposals to convert a derelict petrol station in Fraserburgh into 35 new homes. Grampian Housing Association unveiled proposals last year to demolish the remnants of the petrol station on Cross Street and build new affordable homes to help ease the council’s hou

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Kevin Scarlett Eighteen housing associations in Scotland - including the Haymarket Group of associations - have agreed to take part in a sector scorecard pilot to benchmark a range of business health and efficiency measures.

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(from left) Councillor Judy Hamilton, executive spokesperson for housing and building service at Fife Council; Catherine Coutts, Castlehill Housing Association; Katie Taylor, Grampian Housing Association and presenter Sean Batty North East tenants and housing professionals are celebrating after bein

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Councillors have deferred a decision on whether to approve plans to build more than 100 homes for NHS staff and teachers in Aberdeen. NHS Grampian lodged proposals with Aberdeen City Council late last year to create 110 homes on the former nurses’ accommodation complex at Foresterhill Court at Abe

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Grampian Housing Association has unveiled proposals to convert a derelict petrol station in Fraserburgh into new homes. Barbour’s Garage has been empty since a grocery shop run from the premises was forced to close down in January last year.

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Tenants of Grampian Housing Association are being given the opportunity to make free electricity while the sun shines. An initiative, in partnership with Edison Energy, has seen solar panels installed on more than 400 of the Association’s houses in areas of Aberdeen city and throughout Aberdeenshi

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The right of tenants to buy their council houses in Scotland will finally come to an end this week. The Right to Buy scheme will end at midnight on Sunday, marking the end of a two-year notice period after Scottish MPs voted to abolish it.

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Plans for a housing development which aims to attract key health workers to the north-east have been recommended for refusal by Aberdeen councillors. NHS Grampian lodged proposals with Aberdeen City Council late last year to create 110 homes on the former nurses’ accommodation complex at Foresterh

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Support worker David Waddell with a client (posed by model) A housing support project established by Grampian Housing Association and Tenants First Housing Co-operative is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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(from left) Alexander Macleod, housing manager (strategy) of Aberdeenshire Council, Barry Davidson, financial director, Barratt North Scotland, new tenant and her children, Neil Clapperton - chief executive of Grampian Housing Association, Nora Radcliffe - board member of Grampian Housing Associatio

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