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LinkLiving Ltd has successfully secured grant funding from the Department for Work and Pensions to run eight employability courses during 2017. Awarded from the Flexible Support Fund, the money will be used to provide 13 weeks’ employability support to 80 unemployed people aged 25 and over in both

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(from left) Graham Dickson, managing director at Westpoint Construction, Cllr Tommy Williams, and Craig Sanderson, Link Group chief executive Link Group Ltd’s new ‘retirement living’ development at Abbey Place, Paisley has been officially opened by Renfrewshire Council’s convener of housing

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Craig Sanderson, Link Group chief executive, (left) and Councillor David McBride, West Dunbartonshire Council's convener of housing and communities Link Group Ltd has begun the £3.4 million construction of 30 new homes for social rent which will be completed by August 2017.

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Link Group has completed its second recent housing development in Paisley. The homes at Thrushcraigs were officially opened by Renfrewshire Council’s convener of housing and community safety, Councillor Tommy Williams.

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A bid to make nearly 800 affordable homes available to rent over the next five years is being launched by Falkirk Council this month. Around £35 million of funding is being sought from Scottish Government in a consortium bid led by the local authority on behalf of itself and other social landlords

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(from left) Stuart Anderson (electrician), Rab Stevenson (operations manager), Vince Anderson (electrician), Jennifer McPhail (repairs supervisor), Garry Kerr (trade supervisor), Colin Culross (director of development and asset management) Link Group’s in house repairs and maintenance service Link

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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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Glasgow based energy consultancy company Carbon Futures has been awarded a framework agreement with Link Group to provide energy consultancy services for new-build housing developments over the next four years with an estimated worth in excess of £2 million. The framework will mainly cover the prov

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The Link group of housing associations and social enterprises has been reaccredited as an Investor in Diversity by the National Centre for Diversity. The award is a national equality and diversity accreditation that recognises excellence in this area. Link received the accreditation following an ass

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Link Housing Association Ltd recently visited tenants across Scotland as part of its first ‘Link on Tour’ event. The aim of the tour was to meet tenants to tell them about the variety of projects and services Link has to offer.

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Employees from Link’s Housing Services team spent a day carrying out painting, glossing, sanding and other tasks to help transform a sheltered housing communal lounge area in Cambuslang. Residents at Peel Court had requested a ‘50s theme for their communal area, so Link staff got to work with co

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A tenant group helped set up by Link Housing Association has been awarded £10,000 as part of the latest funding package from Awards for All. Growing Beardmore’s ‘Getting diggy with it’ project received the funds to help establish a community garden for residents of Beardmore (Dalmuir) and the

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Plans have been submitted for a development of 550 new homes in Glasgow’s East End. Link Group’s proposal is for a mixture of homes for social rent, mid market rent, shared equity and sale at Dalmarnock Riverside.

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Homeowners across most of Central Scotland are being encouraged to make alterations to their homes to ensure it continues to meet future needs, as Inverclyde, West Dunbartonshire and Clackmannanshire join 12 other local authorities in supporting the Scottish Government’s Help to Adapt scheme. Help

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