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
A trio of staff from Hanover Scotland have raised almost £1400 after completing a 7.6-mile walk last month. The staff walked from Peebles to Innerleithen on September 26 to raise money for charity after their normal coffee fundraiser was cancelled due to COVID-19.
Hanover Scotland's chief executive Helen Murdoch is retiring after being with the organisation for 26 years, 14 as its CEO and 12 as director of housing and care services. In thanking Ms Murdoch for her work for the organisation for the past 26 years, Hanover Scotland’s chair describ
A Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association very sheltered development in Renfrewshire has held a party to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Montgomery Court opening. Carol Ross, very sheltered housing manager, and Stephen McCullough, care manager for Hanover, giving a speech to Montgomery Court reside
A major research report providing unprecedented insights into the growing needs of ethnic minority older people in Scotland was launched this week by national housing associations, Trust, Hanover (Scotland) and Bield.
Councillors from Stirling Council have approved a new £112 million housing investment plan to deliver nearly 1,000 affordable homes across the region. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for Stirling sets out the council’s affordable housing priorities for the next five years.
A new report conducted by Hanover Scotland has concluded that housing is an untapped resource which could help health and social care boards engage better with older people, delivering more effective services as a result. In the Connecting Communities report published today, the housing association