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.
The busy AGM at Maryhill Maryhill Housing is to deliver one hundred new homes as the Association presses ahead with its biggest housebuilding programme in years, members were told at its Annual General Meeting.
Maryhill Housing Association has joined the growing list of Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) frustrating the planned evictions of over 300 asylum seekers in Glasgow by telling Serco that it cannot change its locks without consent. The Home Office contractor had issued lock-change orders to tenants
Shiskine residents Babs Jackson (left) and Helen Donald with the new iPads Maryhill Housing has delivered a wi-fi boost to residents at a retirement housing complex in yet another helping hand for the community.
The voting gets underway at Maryhill Burgh Halls Community organisations across Maryhill and Ruchill are in the money to the tune of almost £20,000 thanks to a Community Fund organised by Maryhill Housing.
Youngsters from St Cuthbert’s and Highpark primaries get ready for some healthy eating with Stevie and Emma from ENGIE Schoolchildren in Glasgow got a massive boost this week after healthy eating was put firmly on the menu.
Maryhill staff members (from left) James Ledger, Marie Little, Cheryl Cunningham and Christopher Duff with the food collected by the entire team Staff at Maryhill Housing have delivered the perfect early Christmas present to families in need with a bumper food bank boost.
Award winners Sadie Gordon (centre left) and Lorain MacKinnon (centre right) were joined by chief executives of Maryhill and Queens Cross housing associations Bryony Willett (far right) and Shona Stephen (far left) to celebrate their success Four of Glasgow’s female housing leaders gathered to cel