Parkhead Housing Association’s new CEO Aileen McGuire has taken an innovative approach to tenant engagement with the launch of monthly drop-in sessions. The community-controlled housing association has a housing stock exceeding 1,700 units in the east end of Glasgow varying from pre-1919
A total of 34 local and community controlled housing associations (CCHAs) across the Glasgow area have accessed £200,000 from the Scottish Government's Addressing Future Needs (AFN) fund to help tackle the impact of Covid on their communities.
Parkhead Housing Association (PHA) has taken the decision not to apply a rent increase this coming financial year. At its meeting in December, the board unanimously decided that tenants will not be subject to a rent increase on 1st April 2021.
Parkhead Housing Association has appointed Aileen Maguire as its new chief executive. Ms Maguire brings impressive experience and has been director of corporate services at the association for the last 12 years and has been acting interim CEO over recent months following the retirement of former chi
Parkhead Housing Association is to commission a full and independent investigation after a previous review highlighted a range of breaches in a number of its policies. In April this tear, Parkhead commissioned an independent investigation to undertake a review of the process of recruitment and appoi
More than 250 housing organisations have signed up to the Chartered Institute of Housing’s Make a Stand campaign to tackle domestic abuse just five months after it was launched. The landmark coincides with CIH president Alison Inman, who initiated the campaign as part of her presidential appea
A protest held against Secro's lock change programme in Glasgow Housing provider Serco has said it will “pause” issuing lock-change orders to tenants refused asylum in the UK ahead of a court challenge following pressure from campaigners, charities and housing associations.
Parkhead Housing Association has launched the call for nominations for the 2018 Mary Barbour Award. Now in its third year, the Award was created to pay homage to Mary Barbour and to celebrate local women following in her footsteps.