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
Partick Housing Association
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.
Some of Partick’s finest were treated to a fun-filled afternoon as Partick Housing Association (PHA) hosted a free Christmas Afternoon Tea Dance for over 60s. The event was held to help tackle loneliness and isolation affecting elderly people over the festive period.
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
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
Partick Housing Association is well underway building 60 new affordable homes on the site of the former St Peter’s Primary School. The school closed its doors in 2013, when it merged with nearby Notre Dame Primary School, and for over 100 years was an important institution in Partick that shaped t
Throughout the school summer holidays, Partick Housing Association delivered a free Football Feast programme of children’s football training with lunch included. Sessions were held weekly and were available for children aged 8 to 11.
Staff at Partick Housing Association have raised around £1,200 for charity by dressing down every Friday. In return for a donation in the charity box, staff can chose a more relaxed dress code rather than the normal business dress.
Simon Community Scotland’s tenancy support team, Tracey Blair, Shona Redmond, Margaret Graham and Heather Montgomery Homeless charity Simon Community Scotland has been appointed to provide a tenancy support service on behalf of four housing associations.
Around 160 children from local schools took part in a fun run which is part of an ongoing programme of sports activities sponsored by Partick Housing Association. The sponsorship will be used by Active Schools Glasgow to fund extra-curricular activity in the form of sports clubs in each of the schoo
A group of Partick Housing Association employees have raised money for charity by walking thirteen miles from Clydebank to Balloch as part of the Glasgow Kiltwalk 2018. The group, made up of eleven members of staff, called themselves Calum’s Cheeky Chicks in tribute to the charity they were raisin
Attendees of the taster session Partick Housing Association has teamed up with construction firm City Building to offer a taster session for its Apprenticeship 2018 programme.
Living Rent organised a protest at the block in October Partick Housing Association has denied claims by Living Rent that the tenants’ union won a promise of “massive rent reductions” in one of the Association’s block of flats.
Partick Housing Association has made a charitable donation of £300 to support Glasgow City Mission in providing a shelter to rough sleepers in the city. The Glasgow Winter Night Shelter is a project managed by Glasgow City Mission in partnership with charities, organisations and housing association
Partick Housing Association has received approval from Glasgow City Council to proceed with the demolition and site clearance of the former care home at 32 Laurel Street. The Association, which plans to build new flats on the site, has appointed Reigart Contracts Ltd to undertake the demolition work