The chief executive, chair and board of Hanover Scotland has celebrated the organisation’s 40th anniversary. Over the 40 years since it was created, the housing association has been at the forefront of providing innovative care and housing to meet varying needs and supporting residents to expe
Hanover Scotland will this week address delegates from across the world at a conference in Spain showcasing its research which it hoped will provide a unique approach in the development and design of services to more closely meet the needs of its residents. In the organisation’s 40th year, Han
A Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association sheltered housing complex in Keith held a party to mark the retirement of its much-loved sheltered housing manager. Residents, staff and friends of Taylor Court got together to say goodbye to June Maver and held a special afternoon tea at the development.
Seven affordable housing providers across the Highlands are urging tenants claiming Universal Credit to update their claim this April 1 to ensure their entitlement covers their annual rent increase for the year ahead. Those who fail to do so will face a shortfall in their housing entitlement, p
Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association has repeated its call for local people in Moray to suggest names for its new social housing development in Elgin, having already received excellent suggestions from the community. The Association is building a development of 44 homes near the site of the old ho
A care at home service for older people in the Borders has received glowing results following a recent independent inspection. Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association operates the service which scored Grade 5 (very good) across the board in an inspection report published by the Care Inspectorate.
Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association is asking residents in and around Elgin to suggest the name of a new housing development for older people to ensure it reflects the history, culture and heritage of the local area. The development of 44 homes is being delivered at the site of the old hospital a
A Hanover (Scotland) sheltered housing complex in Elgin held a party to celebrate a major anniversary in the history of the site. Tenants and staff at West Park Court got together to enjoy a special buffet lunch to mark 25 years since the West Park Court development opened. They were joined for the
Residents at a Hanover (Scotland) sheltered housing complex in Inverurie are celebrating after their garden received a makeover following a £10,000 lottery grant and help from people in the local community. Tenants at Hanover Court were originally inspired to revitalise the development’s garden a
Bill Hood cuts the cake at the 20th anniversary party for Hanover Scotland’s Lochhead Court A party was organised for the residents at a Hanover (Scotland) sheltered housing complex in Stewarton to mark a major anniversary in the history of the site.
(from left) Mrs Christina Sedgwick, Laurie Dickson with baby Everleigh, Irmina Grabeusz with baby Jovante, Mrs Isobel Maxton, and Sarah Anderson with baby Freya, at the party at Hanover Scotland’s Chandlers Court A very sheltered housing development in Elgin is celebrating after three members of s
The Scottish Parliament’s local government and communities committee will meet today as it examines housing adaptations for disabled people, elderly and veterans.
(from left) Stephen Hay (clerk of works at Hanover Scotland), Mark Farey (director of asset management at Hanover Scotland), Tom Leggeat (managing director at Springfield Properties Group Partnerships), Councillor Graham Leadbitter and Councillor Louise Laing A new social housing development at Ston
Christina McKelvie MSP with Hanover Scotland resident Pat Gaffney.Photo Credit: Ewen Weatherspoon The Scottish Government minister for older people and equalities has officially opened a new 32 home social housing development in the North East of Scotland which offers a new model for better integrat
(from left) Iain Sutherland (bid director of Robertson Northern), Colin Wright (senior project manager at Robertson Northern), Stephen Hay (clerk of works at Hanover Scotland), Richard Lochhead MSP and Mike Martin (chair of Hanover Scotland) A new social housing development for older people at Spyni