A proposal to transform Granton Waterfront into a new coastal town with 3,500 new homes has been published by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Link Group has appointed Nick Pollard from Kingdom as its new group finance director. Currently director of finance and digital at Kingdom Group, Mr Pollard will take up his new role in April 2020 where he will be responsible for Link’s financial affairs, raising funding for its development pr
Link Group and Inverclyde Council have refuted calls for a social housing development on the former Ravenscraig Hospital site to be halted over claims that the land is contaminated.
Informal discussions around a potential future partnership between Link Group and Blackwood Homes and Care have begun this week. Senior staff from the two organisations met for talks centered on options for future collaboration.
Horizon Housing Association has appointed Bob McDougall as chairperson of its board of management and Lorna Cameron as its chief executive. Mr McDougall replaces Frances Wood, who announced she was stepping down at Horizon’s AGM in September.
More than 1,800 additional social housing homes are planned to be provided across the Falkirk Council area over the next five years following a bid put forward to Scottish Government.
Lintel Trust has been shortlisted in the Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2019/20 for its partnership with the Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) to deliver its Community Benefit Fund.
Kingdom Housing Association held its AGM on Monday evening and celebrated the success of the association during its 40th anniversary year. Kingdom Housing Association tenants, members and guests gathered at Carnegie Conference Centre in Dunfermline for the AGM.
Leading figures in the Scottish social housing sector gathered in Dunblane last week for the 18th National Housing Conference, organised by law firm Harper Macleod. In response to the event's theme of 'Breaking New Ground', around 100 delegates representing organisations from Shetland to the Borders
Link Group has secured a £50 million boost to its development programme with 20-year funding thanks to the support of Newbridge Advisors.
Representatives from Link and JR Construction (Scotland) Limited welcomed Councillor Gordon Hughes, Falkirk Council’s spokesperson for housing, to a sod cutting event at Link’s Williamson Street development in Falkirk last week. The event marked the start of construction of 36 affordable
Yaman Tawakalna, who works with Link’s Private Sector Leasing (PSL) service, has been shortlisted for a Housing Heroes award it was announced last week. Yaman is one of a select few to be in with the chance of taking home the Inspirational Colleague of the Year award.
Link Group’s development in Dunbeg has benefited from £8 million of funding delivered by Allia Impact Finance through a Scottish Charitable Bond. The loan will be used to partially fund Dunbeg Phase 3, which will deliver 300 properties with 261 for social rent and 39 for Shared Equity.
Oak Tree Housing Association has announced plans for the development of more than 200 new homes across four locations in Greenock. The developments represent an investment of £33 million, including £18m funding from the Scottish Government.
Link Group has ranked 25th in the National Centre for Diversity’s UK Top 100 Index 2019, an improvement of 21 places from last year. The Top 100 Index is determined by the results of surveys of staff and customers completed by organisations that have embarked on an accredit