Link Group Ltd has recently completed the £2.5 million comprehensive refurbishment of properties at Buccleuch Street, Glasgow.
Artist’s impression of the new homes at Mollins Gate, Moodiesburn Link Group Ltd and developer Lovell have announced a £6 million project to create 55 high-quality affordable and open market homes in Moodiesburn, North Lanarkshire.
Maureen Middleton Link staff said goodbye to Maureen Middleton last week as she stepped down as director of housing services, 43 years after she first started at Link.
Link has created an ‘Apprentice Showcase’ film to celebrate its commitment to providing a range of apprenticeship opportunities to young people. The film features some of Link’s apprentices, highlighting the work they do for the organisation and the skills they have gained through their appren
As part of its commitment to improve communication with customers, Link Group Ltd has launched a brand new live chat facility on its website. ‘LinkChat’ is an online instant-messaging system, allowing customers to type out questions and concerns, and then receive real-time advice and information
Link chairman Roy Stirrat & Councillor Cammy Day Link's new affordable housing development at Balmwell Terrace has been officially opened by the City of Edinburgh Council’s vice convener for health, social care and housing, Councillor Cammy Day.
A seven-week rugby based employability course held in the Falkirk area has been deemed a resounding success. Run by Link Group Ltd, in partnership with The School of Hard Knocks and ng homes, the course saw 14 unemployed men and women, over 18 years of age from the Falkirk area, taking part in a pro
Donal Henretty Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has been appointed to advise the Scottish Government’s pilot Help to Adapt scheme following a competitive tender.
Cabinet secretary Alex Neil with Help to Adapt client Mrs Mathew An initiative which helps older people live independently at home for longer has been given support by cabinet secretary for social justice, communities and pensioners’ rights, Alex Neil.
Link chair Roy Stirrat (left) with Cllr Gerry Goldie at the Hazel Road development Two new affordable housing developments in Falkirk have been officially opened by Falkirk Council’s convener for housing, Councillor Gerry Goldie.
Housing association representatives with housing leader Councillor Cammy Day, health, social care and housing convener, Councillor Ricky Henderson, the City of Edinburgh Council chief executive Andrew Kerr, council leader Councillor Andrew Burns and deputy leader Councillor Sandy Howat Edinburgh is
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.
Housing campaigners gift-wrapped a full-size affordable home in a bid to raise awareness of the plight of homeless children in Scotland this Christmas. According to charity Shelter Scotland, almost 5,000 children across the country will wake up homeless on Christmas Day – representing a 15 per cen
Cllr Danny Devlin (left) and Link Group chair Roy Stirrat Link's new affordable housing development at Hillfield Brae has been officially opened by East Renfrewshire Council’s convener for housing and maintenance services, Councillor Danny Devlin.
Linkscape has won the ‘Best Practice in Developing Communities’ award at the recent Tenant Participation Advisory Service (TPAS) Scotland awards. Linkscape was set up in April 2015 to encourage tenants, owners and staff to work together to make, and sustain, environmental improvements in two Lin