To celebrate #InternationalWomensDay2023, Langstane Housing Association is recognising some of the women that work towards ensuring the association achieves its vision to ‘be the best we can be’.
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SHN editor Kieran Findlay finds out how the escalating energy crisis is affecting the sector and how associations are responding. Skyrocketing energy costs and inflation are directly impacting the operations of housing associations across Scotland with increased overheads forcing delays to maintenan
Langstane Housing Association is to work in partnership with three established local organisations in a bid to help communities and support their tenants through these challenging times including the cost of living and energy crisis. Langstane has partnered with Scarf to spearhead its efforts in dis
Langstane Housing Association has welcome GREC (Grampian Regional Equality Council) to share its office space at their main premises located on King Street, Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Youth Council held an event at the Foyer this week to launch its Youth Housing Survey Report. The report, based on the views of 595 young people from across Aberdeen, was compiled for young people by young people and will provide valuable information to professional services within the
Langstane Housing Association has been awarded £61,000 in funding to assist tenants struggling with spiralling energy costs in Aberdeen. The funds awarded will be used to uncap gas supplies, clear meters which are currently capped, fund help for tenants who are struggling with utility bil
Langstane Housing Association has appointed Mike Martin as its new chairperson. Mike joined Langstane’s board in January 2019 and brings with him a wealth of experience in social housing and the care sectors.
Langstane Housing Association chief executive Helen Gauld has revealed that the cost of living crisis has seen tenants request to have their gas heating turned off because they can’t afford the rising bills. The housing association, which has thousands of residents in Aberdeen, Aberdeensh
Langstane Housing Association turned 45 on Monday, 25 July 2022. The association did not become registered until 10 October 1977, but was founded in July 1977 with two employees and 250 homes.
Langstane Housing Association has launched its first electric pool car for employees to use, replacing the organisation’s current petrol vehicle.
Langstane Housing Association has launched its new website at www.langstane-ha.co.uk. Working with specialist housing association website designer, Kiswebs Ltd, this new site allows the Association to better engage with tenants and other customers, through digital means.
Following the closure of its offices in Aberdeen and Elgin in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Langstane Housing Association is pleased to announce that its doors are now re-opening to tenants and the general public. With effect from Wednesday 20th April, the association's Aberdeen office, b
Langstane Housing Association employees have nominated Kacey Seivwright’s fundraiser as their chosen charity to receive a Christmas donation in lieu of sending traditional cards.
The senior management team at Langstane Housing Association have added their congratulations to Scottish Housing News on our 20th anniversary this month.
Applications for council homes in Moray are being paused from March 18 while a new online service is introduced.