Milnbank Housing Association

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A celebration has been held at Milnbank Housing Association to mark depute director Linda Sichi’s 40 years of service. Linda Sichi being presented with her award from Allan Scott

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Milnbank Housing Association has completed an £8.5 million borrowing deal with GB Social Housing which, on completion of the bond, has achieved almost £10m in cash proceeds sought by the Association. GB Social Housing tapped its £2 billion bond programme with a £16.5m issue on November 14, fundi

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Milnbank Housing Association held another successful AGM with more than 100 members in attendance. Two new committee members were elected at the event ensuring the Association has a full committee for the year ahead.

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As part of its regular programme of learning exchanges, Cassiltoun Housing Association’s Regeneration and Stables Nursery team went out to visit staff, volunteers and projects in the Milbank area. The visit was led by Milbank Housing Association’s deputy director, Linda Sichi, who was an excelle

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The Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations (GWSF) has announced its new Board following its AGM last week. Adele Fraser (Linstone HA), Helen Moore (Reidvale HA) and Claire Taylor (Hillhead HA) continue on the Board after standing down, and are joined by new members Jim Brown (Wil

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Milnbank Housing Association depute director Lindi Sichi, Elaine Reed, Drew McPhail, Clydesdale Bank's Gordon Calvert and resident and board member Rose Tinney Milnbank Housing Association is embarking on a £3 million maintenance programme that will benefit thousands of tenants in Glasgow, after ag

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Award winner Nick Halls (left) with SHARE chair Paul McShane Milnbank Housing Association management committee member Nick Halls has been named as the SHARE Committee Learner of the Year for the second occasion.

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A group of 15 community-based housing associations in Glasgow are demanding that the Scottish Government carry out a root and branch review of its strategy for providing housing for sex offenders. The issues has been controversial since the current framework was established in 2007. The National Acc

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