Hanover Scotland

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Hanover Scotland Housing Association’s efforts to ensure it has family-friendly policies have been recognised after it reached the final of Family Friendly Working Scotland’s (FFWS) Top Employers For Working Families awards. Hanover offers a range of flexible, family-friendly policies and benefi

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Hanover Scotland has successfully achieved Investors in Diversity Stage 2 re-accreditation. The IiD standard is given to organisations that demonstrate cultural improvements around openness, understanding and acceptance of all people it works with. It aims to transform practices and behaviours by pr

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Hanover Scotland has secured a £40 million funding facility in an innovative agreement which is the first of its kind in the social housing sector. The transaction, which combines a five-year, £20m revolving credit facility and private placement, was arranged by Bank of Scotland, with whom Hanover

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Morris Court Hanover’s Morris Court in Dalry has been awarded a clean sweep of five stars in every area after its recent inspection by the Care Inspectorate.

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The delegation along with staff from West Lothian Council and Hanover A delegation of civil servants from Varde in south west Denmark were guests at Colinshiel Court in Armadale.

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L to R – Hanover board member Derek Fothergrill, chief executive Helen Murdoch and John Scott MSP John Scott MSP helped cut the first sod at a new development which will provide 28 high quality amenity and general needs homes for rent in Ayr.

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Dealing with change, positive thinking and informative discussions on Hanover’s re-structure were the hot agenda topics at the housing association’s hugely successful staff conferences, which took place across Scotland in June. Staff from the organisation’s housing developments and offices wer

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