Students from University College Cork (UCC) visited ng homes and community partners at Saracen House, Possilpark earlier this week as part of a study visit to Glasgow. The visit, the first since 2020, sees students from UCC visit organisations active in social work and community development, gaining
Fourteen students are celebrating having successfully completed Activate, a popular and widely recognised community development course, on its return following the Covid-19 pandemic.
ng homes has received funding from Glasgow City Council's ‘Go Cycle Glasgow’ Fund to support new cycling projects planned for 2023.
ng homes continues to work closely with the community, housing staff and community partners to help those in need with pre-loved good quality furniture and furnishings.
The popular Community Networking Breakfast programme, which takes place monthly at ng homes' Saracen House office in Possilpark, is continuing to build local partnerships.
An initiative to encourage youngsters in north Glasgow to take more exercise and physical activity has been awarded £12,500 by Allied Vehicles Charitable Trust. The trust is donating the funding to On Our Marks, which aims to improve health and wellbeing in the area.
Allied Vehicles helped Possilpark-based Possobilities to save Christmas from the Grinch this year, at an event held this week.
This week Christmas came early to Springburn in Glasgow, as the McDermott Group and M-Four presented over 100 gifts to the children and residents at ng homes’ Balgrayhill multi-storey flats. Recently, tenants in the Balgrayhill multi-storey flats benefited from a newly installed district heati
Two North Glasgow-based organisations have joined forces to ensure a local school benefited from a donation of much needed furniture. Scottish Housing Associations Resources for Education (SHARE) and ng homes worked together to make the donation of furniture to Saracen Primary School in the nor
John Devine, former deputy CEO (regeneration) at ng homes, is to take on the role of CEO this month as Robert Tamburrini retires after 28 years of service. Mr Devine initially joined ng homes in 2009 as head of business development and recently was deputy CEO (regeneration) of ng homes’ invest
Glasgow Lord Provost, Philip Braat, recently visited North Glasgow to meet with some amazing businesses, groups and volunteers to say ‘Thank You’ for supporting the community throughout the pandemic. Margaret Fraser, head of regeneration at ng homes, coordinated the visit and arranged fo
Barclays has awarded ng homes £100,000 to support the North Glasgow community through the pandemic. ng homes were chosen by a selection committee from Barclays for the meaningful work they are doing in supporting the immediate needs of people in communities, including low income families, thos
ECD Architects has been appointed to join ng homes’ framework for the next four years. Based in North Glasgow, ng homes provides approximately 5500 high quality homes for people in the region and is a responsible and progressive community organisation.
Glasgow-based company NIXON has been appointed to join ng homes’ framework for the next four years. Following a competitive tender, NIXON will provide quantity surveying, structural and civil engineering and architectural services as part of the Association’s framewor
ng homes has teamed up with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), Police Scotland and local community organisations to provide and deliver afternoon teas to elderly residents and those who are shielding in the North Glasgow community.