Govan households have been given financial aid to deal with staggering energy costs to the tune of £350,000 over the past 18 months. The community's three housing associations – Linthouse, Govan and Elderpark – joined forces to launch the Govan Energy Advice Project.
Two retired lollipop ladies have returned to the former school where they spent years getting kids safely across the road. Mary Livingstone (76) and Anne Harley (68) were back on patrol to see the former Drumoyne Primary in Govan turned into new homes for rent by Linthouse Housing Association.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has opened Glasgow’s latest housing development of 49 affordable homes in a multi-million pound boost for Govan. The stylish £10.2 million development at Cromdale Square by Linthouse Housing Association offers much-needed homes for affordable social rent.
The University of Glasgow was praised this week for sharing its multi-million vision to supplement the ongoing growth of Govan as a thriving place for living and working. Community groups – including local housing providers Linthouse, Govan and Elderpark – were told of the University&rsq
Govan's three housing associations have welcomed news that an iconic Clyde steamer berthed on their doorstep will sail once again. HRH Princess Anne this month revealed that TS Queen Mary will return to service – decades after it last sailed the Clyde.
Families in Glasgow’s Govan have been given a winter warmer with the launch of a £40,000 voucher scheme to combat soaring fuel bills. Three housing associations in Govan – Linthouse, Govan and Elderpark have come together to create the Govan Energy Advice Project.
New high quality homes for rent are coming to Govan in a £10.2m housing boost from Linthouse Housing Association. The Association revealed this week that it has begun work on brand new properties at the former Drumoyne Primary School in Shieldhall Road having purchased the land from Glasgow Ci
Community groups in Govan have revealed a bumper cash boost of £200,000 from the Scottish Government to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. The boost has meant Govan's funding to fight the virus has doubled to reach £400,000.
More community groups in Govan have been given a cash lifeline of £100,000 to help deal with the coronavirus crisis. The funding brings the amount of money handed out to £200,000 within the last two months as the community copes with the pandemic.