Maryhill Housing

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Maryhill Housing is due to commence two new conversion projects at its retirement housing complexes later this week. Developed in conjunction with Glasgow City Council, Armour Construction Consultants, Cormack Gracie Architects and Contract Building Services (CBS), the projects will result in the cr

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Maryhill Housing has been awarded £94,000 of ‘Supporting Communities’ funding from the Scottish Government. Together with North United Communities (NUC), Maryhill Housing will be dividing this money amongst local organisations which are providing COVID-19 response services.

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More than 20 new could be built on the site of a former nursing home under newly lodged plans from Maryhill Housing Association. The Association wants to build 22 homes on the land at Rothes Drive where Ferguson Anderson House, a nursing home for the elderly, stood until it was demolished in 2018.

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Three blocks of Glasgow flats have become some of the most technologically-advanced in Scotland following the completion of a public-private sector collaborative project undertaken by partners including Maryhill Housing. The 20-storey Glenavon Road tower blocks, which contain 360 homes, have been fi

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Paul Nelis considers the value of having young people take control in their communities… why not! Maryhill Housing Association and YOMO took the bold step to enable young people to lead the PB process for Ruchill and Maryhill. The participatory budgeting (PB) event attracted lots of peop

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Maryhill Housing has completed a £35.5 million funding renegotiation with its existing lender Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). The announcement comes after the Association carried out a full review of its loan financing arrangements in 2018.

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Maryhill Housing Association's proposals for the flats - image credit Elder and Cannon Architects Maryhill Housing Association has submitted a planning application for 65 flats.

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Communities will benefit from a share of £1.75 million to increase the numbers of people involved in making decisions about investment in their local areas. In 2017/18 the Community Choices Fund helped over 70,000 people vote for the things that matter to them in their community.

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