Frank Boyle has joined Linstone Housing as its new director of property and assets. Mr Boyle joins the Association from Milnbank Housing Association in Glasgow’s East End where he held the role of asset manager.
Linstone Housing chief executive, Adele Fraser, sends her congratulations to Scottish Housing News on our 20th anniversary this month. “Scottish Housing News remains a vital platform for news for anyone working in housing in Scotland. The daily bulletin is something all of us at Lins
Linstone Housing has received a fresh funding boost as it carries on the fight against coronavirus. Linstone, like so many other housing associations, has been at the forefront of the campaign to help its communities since the pandemic began.
Linstone Housing and demolition company Reigart are helping youngsters to get into the habit of reading books. Reigart has donated £500 to help widen the reach of Linstone's "Imagination Library" project.
Spring blooms are about to banish the lockdown winter blues for 60 tenants of Linstone Housing. Crocus bulbs handed out in the autumn are set to put a spring in their step when they flourish in a few short weeks.
Linstone Housing is celebrating a golden triumph with a glittering pat on the back from Investors in People Scotland. The Association has been awarded the coveted Investors in People (IIP) seal of approval in the form of the Gold Award for the first time.
Local residents of Sandyflats in Johnstone have given their local shop a makeover with a new mural of a flourishing tree thanks to support from Linstone Housing. The mural symbolises the strength of the Sandyflats community and reflects the 'can do' attitude of local people.
Linstone Housing is celebrating a fresh funding boost to help it carry on the fight against coronavirus. The housing association was awarded nearly £19,000 from the Communities Recovery Fund set by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO).
Linstone Housing has unveiled a new defibrillator to commemorate the life of a tenant who died in November 2018. Linstone and its local residents' association unveiled the new defibrillator at multi-storey flats Belmar and Ashbury Courts - close to where Robert Clement lived.
The Community Connectors project involving Linstone Housing has marked its fourth successful year. The initiative helps ensure good health and wellbeing in Renfrewshire and has made a huge difference to people’s lives as it brings together various organisations and all 29 GP practices in Renfr
Linstone Housing has announced it has completed distributing a cash amount of £264,500 to help Renfrewshire battle the coronavirus pandemic. Musical instrument library Music Broth is one of the recipients of funding. Image credit: Felix Slaven
Linstone Housing is doing all it can to help people cope with the coronavirus health emergency, its AGM has been told. Alongside other housing associations across the country, Linstone continues to combat the devastating effects of the pandemic on local lives. That was the positive message from Lins
A cash lifeline has kept the music playing for one brilliant Renfrewshire music group for young people thanks to emergency funding of £5,600 distributed on behalf of the Scottish Government by Linstone Housing. Loud “n” Proud, based in Paisley, has a superb reputation as one o
Residents in two Renfrewshire communities have earned huge praise from Linstone Housing for helping others. Local people living in Corseford and Spateston – both in Johnstone - swung into action and succeeded in obtaining emergency funding to turbo-charge their voluntary work.
Vital funding of £6,304 distributed by Linstone Housing on behalf of the Scottish Government has kept the music playing for Renfrewshire borrowers at Scotland’s 'musical instrument library'. Music Broth is a trailblazing Scottish charity whose inspirational work provides access to a