Partick Housing Association

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Partick Housing Association has gained planning permission to convert a former community facility into flats. Glasgow City Council planning officials have approved the plans to transform Merkin House in Purdon Street into 14 one and two-bedroom apartments.

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After securing £13 million in funding from Allia C&C, Partick Housing Association will build more than 140 new homes in the west end of Glasgow over the next five years. The Association has already considered a number of development locations, including a gap site at Laurel Street in Parti

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Partick Housing Association (PHA) has begun a new project to build 24 new flats for social rent. The Association is due to build the new affordable homes in the West End site, Laurel Street in Partick.

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A community vote into how Partick Housing Association was to distribute a grant to projects which will benefit people living in the local area has come to a close. In October, the Association was successful in securing a £20,000 grant from the Scottish Government’s Community Choices Fund; one of

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A partnership between Partick Housing Association and Annexe Communities has been successful in securing a grant of £20,000 from the Scottish Government’s Community Choices Fund. The Fund saw sixteen successful community organisations from across Scotland secure a share of £750,000 to deliver lo

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