Residents Andy Fairbairn and Anne Murdock A celebratory lunch was organised for the residents of a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing complex in Fife to mark a major anniversary in the history of the site.
Alex Green The resident of a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing development in Stonehaven and one of Scotland’s greatest exponents of the tin whistler has been inducted into the prestigious Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame, alongside notable names including Billy Connolly and Gaelic singer-
(from left) Back row: Claycot Park residents Bill White, Helen Farrell, May Coutts, Mary Aitchison, Joan Gordon, Liz Mouat and Robert Mouat. Front row: Glyemuir Primary School nursery pupils Jayden, Evie, Olivia, Eve, Rosie, Sophie, Sadie, Finlay, Ari and Struan A six-week pilot project is aiming to
Linkwood View, the new specialist facility in Elgin built by Springfield Properties, has been awarded Social Housing Development of the Year by Premier Guarantee. In partnership with Hanover Housing Association, Springfield built the 30 apartment specialist care facility, specifically for the elderl
An example of the free electric candles being made available to residents Hanover Scotland has launched a new campaign in partnership with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) to reduce the number of fires caused by candles in its developments.
Residents from housing association sites across East-Central Scotland have come together for their 3rd annual dance and social event in Whitburn.
Linkwood View residents with children from Magic Roundabout The first retirees to move into a brand new housing complex for older people in Elgin received an extra special warm welcome when children from the local after school club visited for the afternoon.
Mr Albert Aichison and Mrs Patty Bolland, two of Hanover Court’s longest term residents, cut the celebratory cake A celebratory lunch was organised for the residents of a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing complex in Tarves to mark a major anniversary in the history of the site.
Phil Salina’s garden at Hanover Scotland’s Baillie Court in Motherwell A 74 year old pensioner who transformed a small disused patio area at his North Lanarkshire sheltered housing complex into an impressive garden producing everything from potatoes and leeks to tomatoes and strawberries is cele
Linkwood View Hanover Scotland has taken delivery of a new development for older people in Moray, which has been purpose built to provide innovative, high quality services, including dementia, wheel chair adapted and Extra Care facilities.
Resident Ada Caldwell with the First Minister in the 'sensory room' at Varis Court First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was given an official tour yesterday of one of Hanover Scotland’s brand new housing developments for older people in Moray that uses pioneering design and research to bring health care
One of Tony Husband's illustrations in the ‘Getting Involved’ document For the last year, staff, customers and representatives from the Board of Hanover Scotland have been working on a strategy to enable more innovative, meaningful and fun ways of engaging with residents and service users.
Tenants Margaret Cameron and Madge Fairclough enjoy meeting the owls It was a ‘hoot’ of an afternoon when residents at a Hanover Scotland very sheltered housing development in Forres were treated to a visit from some very special feathered friends.
Helen Murdoch (chief executive, Hanover Scotland) & Mark Farey (director of asset management, Hanover Scotland) with Jackson Carlaw MSP and residents from Waterford Court. Photo credit: Alan McCredie Jackson Carlaw MSP has officially opened Hanover Scotland’s brand new £1.6 million amenity ho
Residents (Mary McGhee, Mildred Campbell and Marie Mair) with Kenneth Gibson MSP, Janice McDonald (sheltered housing manager, Hanover Scotland) and Roberta Bianchini (assistant to Mr Gibson). Photo credit: Alan McCredie. Kenneth Gibson MSP met with residents of a Hanover Scotland sheltered housing d