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Dundee City Council has approved plans to build 163 homes on the site of two former multis in the city’s Hilltown area. The development by Robertson Partnership Homes, on behalf of the council and Hillcrest Housing Association, will see 123 flats and 40 houses built on land where the Bucklemaker a

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Plans to build more than 150 homes on the site of two former Dundee multis have been recommended for approval. Councillors on Dundee City Council’s development management committee will discuss a proposal to build 163 residential units on land where the Bucklemaker and Butterburn Court blocks stoo

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Dean Noble It’s with sadness that Hillcrest Housing Association has announced that Dean Noble, a valued and much-respected committee member, passed away unexpectedly on 21st December 2016.

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Developers are ready to press ahead with the first phase of a 1,500-home project in Oudenarde near Perth, 20 years on from when it was first mooted. Perthshire developer GS Brown Construction has teamed up with Taylor Wimpey to submit an initial planning application for 159 two, three and four bedro

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Festive cheer and Christmas magic filled Broughty Ferry’s Scout Hall this week when adults supported with learning disabilities met Santa for the first time. The staff from the Dundee-based charity Gowrie Care devised the inclusive grotto after a person they support asked to go and see Santa but,

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After 12 months of planning by a staff working group with input from tenants, Hillcrest Housing Association went live with its mobile working solution last month. As part of this improvement, Hillcrest’s housing and maintenance officers in Angus and Edinburgh have been issued tablets to enable the

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Angus Council has started a five-week consultation about changes it is proposing for its Common Housing Allocation Policy. The consultation is being carried out between now and January 11 along with housing partners Hillcrest Housing Association, Caledonia Housing Association and Blackwood Homes.

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Hart Builders, Dundee City Council, Hillcrest Housing Association, The Wise Group and Job Centre Plus join the eight candidates at the ‘end of course’ celebration event held at the Alexander Street development in Dundee’s Hilltown. The candidates are (from left to right): Thomas Malley, Jordan

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(left to right) Georgia Boswell, tenant participation officer at Hillcrest Housing Association; Ilene Campbell, chief executive at TIS; Steve Kell, head of housing at Hillcrest Housing Association; Joy Watson, tenant services manager at Hillcrest Housing Association Hillcrest Housing Association has

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A dapper Oor Wullie was on hand to welcome the care and support teams and staff from across Scotland who attended a glamorous awards ceremony to Dundee last week. Now in its third year, the Gowrie Care Accolades brought together 50 members of staff from across all areas of Gowrie Care’s operation

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart was in Dundee yesterday to see progress on an affordable housing development in the Hilltown area of the city. Dundee City Council and Hillcrest Housing Association have formed a partnership to build 81 social rented houses on land south/east of Alexander Street where

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Plans have been submitted for up to 166 new homes on the site of the former Derby Street multis in Dundee. Brought forward by Collective Architecture and Robertson Partnership Homes, the scheme aims to recreate the street patterns of the Victorian era with the creation of two blocks of accommodation

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(from left) Ilene Campbell, TIS chief executive; Yvonne Baulk, head of physical environment at North Ayrshire Council; Tracey Wilson, tenant participation manager at North Ayrshire Council and Elaine Byrne, Scotland’s Housing Network director North Ayrshire Council has achieved a Gold accreditatio

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The team at Tayside MS Therapy Centre, and the people who benefit from the service, have spoken of their delight at the efforts of four Dundee businesses who cooked up a new kitchen for the centre earlier this month. Tayside MS Therapy Centre is a self-help, self-funding group of people affected by

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Three leading figures within the Scottish social housing sector who piloted the TIS in partnership with Scotland’s Housing Network, Scrutiny Approved Accreditation framework will share their experiences of the process at a free launch event in Glasgow this autumn. Hosted at the Blythswood Square H

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