Lynn McCulloch Arklet Housing Association has announced the appointment of Lynn McCulloch as interim director.
Hanover Scotland chief executive, Helen Murdoch, writes about how our ageing population and complex care needs require a new housing funding model. For over a decade, governments have begun to react and plan for a much older population. In Scotland, the number of people aged over 75 is estimated to
(from left) Angela Constance MSP, Connie Lillie (housing officer (East) at Hanover Scotland), Janet Meier (development manager at Hanover Court) and Mark Farey (director of asset management at Hanover Scotland) Angela Constance MSP met with residents and staff of a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing
A local housing provider and one of the UK’s largest independent construction and infrastructure firms will work together to bring Elgin residents much-needed quality and affordable social housing. Founded in Elgin in 1966, Robertson will begin construction of 44 new homes this month in conjun
Residents at Hanover Scotland’s Hanover Court development in Dunfermline celebrate 25 years since the development opened A party was organised for the residents at a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing complex in Dunfermline to mark a major anniversary in the history of the site.
Janice McDonald, Hanover Scotland, and Calum Murray, CCG, show John Scott MSP the site for 22 new affordable homes at Cuthbert Gardens in Ayr A new social housing development in Ayr being delivered by Hanover Scotland Housing Association and CCG (Scotland) Ltd has been welcomed by the local MSP as h
Four residents from a Hanover Scotland development in Tarves have contributed to a local tapestry project which depicts the community, past and present. Margaret Sheridan, Jessie Simpson, Margot Britton and Nellie Rae, all residents at Hanover Court in Tarves, took part in the project which has been
Leith Fort Developments by Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and Hanover Scotland Housing Association have been praised at this year’s Saltire Housing Design Awards.
Phil Salina in his garden at Hanover Scotland’s Baillie Court development in Motherwell A 75-year-old man who transformed a small disused patio area at his North Lanarkshire sheltered housing complex into a garden has been awarded funding from Gardening for Disabled Trust.
(from left) Sharon McLean (Baillie Court’s development manager), Scott Crawford (Braidhurst High School), Melissa Rodger (Braidhurst High School), Mrs Cathy Ferrier (longest Baillie Court resident), Samantha Keenan (Braidhurst High School and granddaughter of Cathy) and Mrs Betty Wallace (Baillie
Arklet and Hanover (Scotland) Housing Associations have agreed to enter into detailed discussions about a potential formal partnership between the two organisations. Leading up to this, Arklet had undertaken a strategic options review which resulted in an invitation to housing organisations to explo
Helen Murdoch After the launch of an initiative which aims to give a new voice for Scotland’s ethnic minority older people, Hanover Scotland chief executive, Helen Murdoch, give her views on the Scottish Ethnic Minority Older People Forum.
Launch of the Scottish Ethnic Minority Older Peoples Forum in The Burns Room at the Scottish Parliament A new Forum has been created to engage with, encourage and support ethnic minority older people to become effective leaders and advocates for themselves, their families and their communities.
Hanover Court social group with the cheque for £2,000 from Lintel Group A social group made up of residents from a Hanover Scotland housing development for older people in Dunfermline has been awarded £2,000 by Lintel Trust to support an exciting programme of events aimed at combating social isola
(from left) Colin Campbell (site manager, Keepmoat Homes), George Laing (clerk of works, Hanover Scotland), Mark Farey (director of asset management, Hanover Scotland), Cllr Philip Saxton (housing & customer services portfolio holder, South Ayrshire Council), Jim Kennedy (architectural manager,