Horizon Housing Association

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Horizon Housing Association has been awarded a £92,500 grant for an 18 month research project into the allocation of adapted and accessibly designed social housing. The funding, allocated by the Disability Research into Independent Living and Learning (DRILL) programme as part of a £5 million proj

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Cabinet secretary for communities, social security and equalities, Angela Constance, has praised the work that Horizon Housing Association does to increase the supply of suitable homes for older and disabled people across Scotland. Ms Constance visited Horizon’s housing development in Fauldhouse,

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Link Group has been awarded an additional £40,715 to extend its Welfare Reform project until March 2017. The initiative is one of over 100 projects funded as part of the Scottish Legal Aid Board’s (SLAB) Making Advice Work (MAW) programme, which has gained an extra £6 million from the Scottish G

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Horizon Housing Association is working in partnership with Stirling University on a pilot study for new research into the allocation of adapted social housing to disabled people. The study, being carried out by Stirling University’s Faculty of Social Sciences, has been co-produced by a research te

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Care and Repair North Lanarkshire has reached a significant milestone after helping its 15,000th client. Providing practical help to home owners, the small repairs and handypersons service helps older and disabled people stay in their homes as long as possible. Over the past year the service carried

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Link Group Ltd has been awarded £548,000 as part of the latest Investing in Communities funding package from the Big Lottery. The funding will allow Link’s Tenant Transition Advice Service (TTAS) to deliver its Financial Inclusion service for a further three years from December 2015.

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