Partick Housing Association and Hanover Scotland could be set for a major planning boost next week regarding their joint proposal to demolish a listed building and build new flats near the Forth and Clyde Canal at Anniesland.
An official sod-cutting ceremony has been carried out in Drymen, Stirlingshire to mark the start of one of Scotland’s first social housing developments to be built to Passivhaus standards as Cruden Building (West) builds 15 affordable and innovative new homes on behalf of Hanover (Scotland). T
Rounding up the Scottish Housing News COP26SHN feature showcasing the social housing sector’s efforts to combat climate change is Hanover Scotland’s development being built to Passivhaus standards in Drymen. With a portfolio including more than 5,000 properties, located in more than 200
Applicants for council and housing association properties in Aberdeenshire are being advised of a temporary pause to online applications as a new system prepares for launch. Currently, applications for accommodation are made via the Apply4Homes website, which handles applications for properties mana
Hanover Scotland is set to continue the development of up to 60 affordable homes per year throughout the country, following a new funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland. The non-profit, which has been operating for more than 40 years, is one of Scotland’s largest social landlords providin
Michael Martin, chair at Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association Ltd, and Iain Wallace, former chair of Arklet Housing Association, discuss the recent merger between the two organisations. There’s a widely held view that Scotland has too many Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) - and as a conseq
Hanover Scotland has appointed Angela Currie to the position of chief executive officer. Currently director of operations with Blackwood Homes & Care, Ms Currie had previously been managing director with Scotland’s Housing Network so she brings substantial relevant skills and experien