Hillhead Housing Association

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Hillhead Housing Association’s Welfare Rights Service have been granted £18,800 from Cash for Kids to support children of low income families of Hillhead & Caledonia Housing Associations in the Hillhead/Harestanes area of Kirkintilloch. Cash for Kids was chosen as a key partner of th

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Hillhead Housing Association has welcomed two new appointments as it looked to strengthen and widen the range of skills and experience across its management committee. Peter O’Connell is an experienced senior business leader with board experience, with a proven track record of leading the

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CALA Homes (West) has lodged a planning application with East Dunbartonshire Council to construct a new high-quality residential-led development at Fauldhead, near Bishopbriggs. The proposals would deliver 256 new homes, including 67 much needed affordable homes, and create a vibrant new community

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Kieran Tait is one of two staff members at Hillhead Housing Association working in the office whilst it remains closed. Here he shares how he has worked to keep vital systems going, help tenants with rents & repairs, and to support the rest of the staff who are all working from home. Tuesday 26

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Hillhead Housing Association (HHA) has celebrated the opening of its latest new build development in Kirkintilloch. (from left) David Scott, Barratt Homes MD; Claire Taylor, Hillhead Housing Association chairperson; Holly Muldoon, Hillhead Housing Association tenant; housing minister Kevin Stewart M

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Residents have received an additional £5 million in annual financial gains thanks to the welfare rights service at Hillhead Housing Association. The service, which started in August 2005, reached this milestone this month with more than £5m having been generated for residents in Hillhead

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Hillhead Housing Association housing manager Elspeth Sharkey has handed in her keys to a successful and long career in housing that has spanned 40 years. Elspeth’s housing career began in March 1979 when she took up a post of house lettings assistant in Glasgow District Council, at that time t

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Hillhead Housing Association has successfully gained National Standards accreditation for the provision of Information and Advice for our welfare rights service. The Scottish Legal Aid Board conducted a review of the Association on behalf of the Scottish Government as part of the accreditation/reacc

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Hillhead Housing Association has been successful in obtaining funding towards a new canal side cycle path in East Dunbartonshire. The Forth and Clyde Canal Project aims to provide high quality, sustainable, walking and cycling facilities along the canal side of the Forth and Clyde canal, in the town

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Simon Community Scotland’s tenancy support team, Tracey Blair, Shona Redmond, Margaret Graham and Heather Montgomery Homeless charity Simon Community Scotland has been appointed to provide a tenancy support service on behalf of four housing associations.

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CCG is to undertake the repair and upgrade of two properties on behalf of Hillhead Housing Association. The properties, located in the Hillhead area of Kirkintilloch, were damaged extensively by fire and will have major repairs, including the installation of new kitchens and bathrooms, heating and r

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SHARE’s AGM was held last month however there was a lot more going on that just the usual business. The organisation welcomed three new committee members Michael Hesketh from Paragon Housing Association, Lisa Scott from Hillhead Housing Association 2000 and Jim Berrington from ng homes.

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Hillhead Housing Association has been awarded funding to develop a cycle route along the south bank of the Forth and Clyde Canal in Kirkintilloch. A total of 44 organisations including local authorities, housing associations, National Parks and Community Trusts are set to share funding of more than

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