In the lead-up to Scottish Housing Day on Wednesday, September 13, Larkfield’s maintenance assistant Rebecca Turner shares why her job motivates her and what attracted her to the housing sector. What motivates you about your job?
The Inverclyde Common Housing Register (ICHR), a partnership between Cloch, Oak Tree, Larkfield, Link and Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association, has now let 1,000 properties in Inverclyde through their digital choice based lettings website. The ICHR was established in 2012 and moved to a full
Eleven housing association projects have received funding from the Scottish Government’s £1.5 million Homelessness Prevention Fund to support projects that contribute to reducing child poverty and preventing homelessness.
Landlords on the Inverclyde Common Housing Register (ICHR) can start to advertise their available properties again as the coronavirus lockdown measures have been eased in Scotland. Due to the pandemic, the ICHR landlords Cloch, Oak Tree, Larkfield, Link and Sanctuary have been unable to carry
Future Skills Inverclyde has launched a brand new budgeting service for residents of Inverclyde called Total Money Makeover which looks at practical ways to save money. The advice given is tailored to individual needs, regardless of income. The scheme can also benefit Universal Credit claimants who
Sean Duffy, chief executive of Wise Group Inverclyde residents are set to benefit in the ongoing fight to eradicate fuel poverty after one of Scotland’s biggest social enterprises won two key contracts to deliver vital services for three of the region’s main housing associations.
Link Group Ltd, in partnership with Oak Tree Housing Association, has confirmed its plans to build 198 high-quality, energy efficient homes on the site of the former Ravenscraig Hospital in Greenock. The £24 million development will include a mix of terraced houses and cottage flats for social rent
Larkfield Housing Association held a tenant open day last week, celebrating 20 years as a landlord, and ten years as a subsidiary of Link Group. The open day provided an opportunity for staff and Committee members to celebrate and engage with tenants and community stakeholders.
Larkfield Housing Association is celebrating its 20th anniversary as a landlord. In February 1997, Larkfield acquired 565 homes following a successful transfer from Scottish Homes. It now owns and manages a stock of 391 properties and provides management services to an additional 566 owners locally.
(from left) Councillor James McColgan, Link CEO Craig Sanderson and Provost Robert Moran Link Group Ltd’s new affordable housing development at Lower Mary Street, Port Glasgow has been officially opened by Inverclyde Council’s vice convener for education and communities, Councillor James McColga