Keith Anderson and Ash Denham MSP The largest development of affordable homes for social and mid-market rent in the Portobello area in over a decade was officially opened by Ash Denham SNP MSP for Edinburgh Eastern, and minister for community safety, last week.
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.
Quay Community Initiatives, along with Changeworks, has transformed a former Barratt show flat in Lochend using second-hand furniture and soft furnishings as part of the Zero Waste Leith project.
An ambitious 94 affordable homes project, which is creating a new community at Edinburgh’s Leith Fort, has been named as affordable development of the year at this year’s Homes for Scotland awards. The £11.5 million housing project, which has been developed through a partnership and is co-owned
Aerial view of The Engine Yard on Leith Walk, Edinburgh New images show the extent the £75 million Engine Yard development will transform a 4.5 acre neglected brownfield site on Leith Walk, providing much needed housing in a new community close to Edinburgh city centre.
Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and the City of Edinburgh Council have been shortlisted for a Scottish Home Award for the new development at Leith Fort. The ambitious development, including 94 affordable homes, is in the running to clinch the large affordable housing development of the yea
An £11.5 million project to build 94 affordable homes at Edinburgh's Leith Fort has been shortlisted for a trio of awards.
Quay Community Improvements, a social enterprise set up by Port of Leith Housing Association in 2016, has secured a three-year contract to deliver cleaning services for West Granton Housing Co-operative. Clare Halliday, business & communities initiatives manager at Quay Community Improvements, s
The streets of Leith were transformed into outdoor art galleries this month as the Window Wanderland concept visited the area for the first time. The event was organised by Port of Leith Housing Association’s (PoLHA) subsidiary company Quay Community Improvements (Quay) which enabled community gro
A new initiative which transforms everyday streets into outdoor art galleries is coming to the streets of Leith for the first time this month, giving the community the chance to show off their creative talents. Organised by Port of Leith Housing Association’s (PoLHA) subsidiary company, Quay Commu
Keith Anderson Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) is on course to create 500 homes in Leith and North Edinburgh by 2020 and a total of 846 homes over the next five years thanks to an investment of £110 million.
Isobel and Davina French at the book launch A Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) sheltered housing tenant has shared memories of her father working as a whaler in a book about this long-lost industry.
It is with great sadness that Port of Leith Housing Association shares the news that the funeral of Board member Robert MacPherson will take place on Wednesday 10 January at Mortonhall Crematorium at 10am. Keith Anderson, chief executive at Port of Leith Housing Association, said: “I feel very pri
Port of Leith Housing Association has been awarded Gold by Investors in People (IIP) under its new framework for business improvement through people in the UK. Achieving the Gold Accreditation puts PoLHA in the top 7% of all IIP Accredited organisations for exceptional leading, supporting and managi
How the homes will look from Ocean Terminal Long-running plans have been approved to revitalise disused land opposite Leith’s Ocean Terminal with 388 new homes.