Hillcrest

46-60 of 383 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Hillcrest has been accredited as a real Living Wage employer with all of its employees now receiving a minimum hourly wage of £9.90. The real Living Wage is an independently calculated rate based on the cost of living and is paid voluntarily by employers. The rate is calculated annually by The

Clock icon 3 minutes

With household energy bills expected to rise even further in the autumn - to an average of £2,800 a year - Hillcrest's Energy Advice Team (HEAT) has offered some advice on how to cut the cost of energy bills.  Coupled with the news that the inflation rate on everyday shopping has hit its

Clock icon 5 minutes

A former resident of Dundee's Ellengowan Drive, which is currently undergoing a £20.5 million redevelopment, set foot again in the neighbourhood he grew up in 70 years ago to reminisce and see the site progress as it opens a new chapter in its illustrious history. As well as seeing how El

Clock icon 4 minutes

Ryan Fletcher, managing director at Cullross Ltd and senior director at jmarchitects, looks at developing new homes for the future and the important role that modern methods of construction, including off-site units, are playing. I have been in and around building sites since I was a boy and ha

Clock icon 3 minutes

Children’s charity Aberlour will receive a grant of more than £5.5 million over this parliamentary term to develop two Mother and Child Residential Recovery Houses, including one developed in partnership with Hillcrest. The houses will be designed to enable children of women with problem

Clock icon 5 minutes

The latest significant milestone in the regeneration of Sunnyside Estate has been achieved with the transfer of the first affordable units to Hillcrest Homes. Representatives from Sunnyside Estate and Hillcrest were joined by the Scottish Government to mark the occasion of the handover of the first

Clock icon 2 minutes

Councillors in Dundee have approved plans for two developments that will provide 121 new homes. A former industrial site on Ballindean Road in Douglas will host 43 houses and 24 flats, six fewer than initially intended during a public consultation last year to accommodate a SUDS

46-60 of 383 Articles