Osprey Housing

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Osprey Housing Group has recently boosted Moray's housing stock with the addition of ten new homes in the heart of Elgin. The Osprey Housing development in the town’s Alba Place comprises four one-bed cottage apartments and six three-bed villas in a terrace design emulating nearby former mill

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Residents of Bucksburn can now access an electric car club vehicle thanks to Osprey Housing Group. The car — a fully-electric MG ZS family SUV plus a charge point — is located at the registered social landlord’s Cloverleaf Grange development was officially unveiled earlier this wee

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Social landlord Osprey Housing Group has appointed two new board members who together bring a range of additional professional experience and expertise to the team. Claire Crawford is an associate director in the Scottish development team at leading estate agency Savills where her role involves work

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Daniel Thompson is to replace Stacy Angus at Osprey Housing Group’s new director of housing following her appointment as the north east social landlord’s chief executive. Daniel joins Osprey — which currently owns and manages more than 1,800 properties across Aberdeenshire, Aberdee

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Former Osprey Housing Group chief executive Glenn Adcook took centre stage when colleagues, friends, and family came together to celebrate his retirement. Glenn stepped down as CEO of the social landlord at the end of November, drawing to a close a distinguished career in the housing sector that spa

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Osprey Housing has developed a new relationship working together with a local housebuilder for the first time to create six ‘tenure blind’ homes as part of a new south Aberdeenshire development. The properties form part of Fotheringham Homes’ Parklands estate in the village of Mary

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The philanthropic legacy of Dr Mary Esslemont, one of Aberdeen’s most distinguished daughters, has been celebrated with the planting of a tree in the grounds of her former home in the city’s West End. Shortly before her death in 1984, Dr Esslemont had worked with Soroptimist Internationa

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Osprey Housing has announced that Stacy Angus, the Association's current director of housing services, will take up the role of chief executive officer. Ms Angus will succeed Glenn Adcook who is retiring after nearly 11 years with the organisation, the last four as CEO.

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Osprey Housing is marking Scottish Housing Day by launching a new initiative to encourage tenants, staff, and the wider community to stop and think before always buying new. Osprey sustainability officer Jane McWhirr, who is leading the campaign, said: "This year’s Scottish Housing Day has 'ho

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Osprey Housing Group has built on the unexpected positives that have flowed from the Covid-19 pandemic to create a new role of tenancy sustainment officer. Like all Scottish social landlords, Osprey has had to rethink how to stay in touch with tenants and address the complex issues created by t

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Osprey Housing is working with Moray-based housebuilder Tulloch of Cummingston to develop 76 new homes as part of a major project in Lossiemouth. The initial phase of this venture represents a £2.85 million undertaking for Osprey — the group’s largest new-build project yet —

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Osprey Housing Group chief executive Glenn Adcook is set to retire after nearly 50 years working in the housing sector. Glenn, who joined the north east social landlord in 2011, becoming CEO in 2017, will step down by the end of the year.

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Osprey Housing is freezing rents for tenants across the north-east until next year, then capping rents for at least another two years. The freeze comes as Osprey Housing and Osprey Housing Moray become a single entity today in a move poised to deliver a range of streamlined benefits for tenants and

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