Linthouse Housing Association

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Linthouse Housing Association is set to benefit from a suite of upgrades to its existing housing stock with two contracts now underway with CCG (Scotland) Ltd. The works include stock improvement which are being undertaken by CCG Asset Management and internal and external repairs and improvements by

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Mary Barbour A lasting memorial to political activist Mary Barbour will be unveiled in Govan on November 17 after a campaign group reached its fundraising target for the statue.

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Linthouse Housing Association (LHA) has commissioned an options appraisal to review its sheltered housing services. With the well-being of older residents at heart, LHA has appointed consultants to examine a range of options within its sheltered housing in the communities of Linthouse, Drumoyne and

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Linthouse Housing Association (LHA) took part in this year’s Glasgow Guarantee Jobs Fair event to promote careers in the sector and continue its search for two Modern Apprentices in housing. All of Glasgow’s secondary schools were represented at Tuesday’s event and, while Sir Alan Sugar does n

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‘The Mary Barbour Five’Five shortlisted sculptors with their maquettes in a search of the prize of making the historic statue which will remember Glaswegian social pioneer, campaigner and Rent Strike 1915 leader Mary Barbour.(From left) Andrew Brown, Mark Longworth, Kenny Mackay, Roddy McDowall

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‘The Mary Barbour Five’Five short-listed sculptors with their maquettes in a search of the prize of making the historic statue which will remember Glaswegian social pioneer, campaigner and Rent Strike 1915 leader Mary Barbour.l-R are Andrew Brown, Mark Longworth, Kenny Mackay, Roddy McDowall and

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Linthouse Housing Association's Chairperson Alec Leishman thanking GCC Ballie Fariha Thomas for unveiling the plaque Linthouse Housing Association has honoured the memory of housing pioneer Mary Barbour by unveiling a commemorative plaque on a property believed to be the site where, in 1915, the fir

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