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(from left) Ainan Groat, housing services team leader, Lee McEwan, housing trainee and Susanne Connell, housing officer Muirhouse Housing Association (MHA) has been named ‘Employer of the Year’ as part of the Port of Leith TOiL (Training Opportunities in Lothian) programme at a ceremony at Edinb

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Port of Leith Housing Association’s (PoLHA) team of volunteers lent a hand at the Older Adults event at Meadowbank Sports Centre, hosted by Edinburgh Leisure’s Ageing Well project in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council and Pilmeny Development Project. Following on from the success of

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Keith Anderson, chief executive of Port of Leith Housing Association (blue suit) and Clare Halliday, business and community initiatives manager at Quay Community Improvements, join members of staff at Quay Community Improvements (from left) Charles Blues, Arkaduisz Chudak, Artur Lisieki, Patryk Kowa

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Caitlin McCorry and Neil Stewart at the AGM At its 40th Annual General Meeting last week, Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has confirmed the appointed of its chair, vice chair and two new board members.

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Port of Leith Housing Association has been recognised by the Living Wage Foundation as an Accredited Living Wage Employer. The Association committed to setting its basic starting salary level at the national Living Wage standard two years ago, which now sees all its employees over the age of 25 earn

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has secured a new £35 million private funding facility to support its plans to build over 480 homes for social and mid-market rent in Leith and North Edinburgh by 2020. The deal, which is one of the first of its kind, combines a revolving credit facility (R

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(from left) May Vanhagen, Michelle Vanhagen, Bertha Glancy, John Ross Two of Port of Leith Housing Association’s (PoLHA) sheltered housing complexes have raised over £2,000 at their summer fayres.

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has been awarded two Crystal Marks on behalf of the Plain English Campaign for its Customer Engagement and Antisocial Behaviour leaflets. The Crystal Mark is the organisation’s approval for the clarity of a document and the only internationally recognised

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St Nicholas Court Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and its subsidiary company Persevere Developments Ltd is offering more people the opportunity to live in Leith as it gets set to work on building more new affordable homes this year.

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Tenants in Leith who were facing eviction after a charitable trust put their homes up for sale have been given a reprieve. In October last year around 200 tenants in Lorne Street were given four months statutory notice to quit and find alternative rented accommodation after the Agnes Hunter Trust de

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has unveiled plans to launch a new social enterprise within its group. Set up as a Community Interest Company (CIC), Quay Community Improvements will launch with stair cleaning services in late 2016.

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