Partick Housing Association

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Partick Housing Association’s new build development at Broomhill Gate has been shortlisted in the Affordable Housing Development of the Year category for the prestigious Herald Property Awards 2017. The mixed development on a brownfield site, designed by MAST Architects, consists of 14 three-bedro

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Partick Housing Association’s £7.7 million housing development at Broomhill Gate has been enhanced with the addition of a wall mural. The mural is situated at a freeplay park area within the development, which officially opened towards the end of 2016.

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A new pilot project is set to reduce the amount of applications social housing applicants have to fill out in the Glasgow area. Eventually encompassing all housing organisations in the city, the Glasgow Housing Register (GHR) has initially started as a pilot in the north west of Glasgow with 13 hous

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(from left) Nina Sutherland, relationship manager Clydesdale Bank; Les Milne, chairman Partick Housing Association; Elaine Reed, head of social housing, Clydesdale Bank and Eamonn Hughes, financial director, Partick Housing Association Partick Housing Association is to provide over 100 new homes in

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An assessment into how Partick Housing Association (PHA) has performed is proof of its commitment to continuous improvement and providing value for money to its customers, the Association has said. The Annual Performance Report 2015-2016 is the third year that PHA has assessed its performance agains

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The official opening of Partick Housing Association’s new £6.5 million housing development at Broomhill Gate has been carried out by Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council. This 46 unit development in Glasgow’s West End includes 14 three-bedroom social rented town houses, 18

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New Cycle Pods have been installed in the Partick area of Glasgow thanks to Partick Housing Association (PHA). Several staff members at PHA cycle to work, however they’ve been encountering problems with finding a secure place to store bikes through the day. Space is at a premium in Partick and Hea

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Partick Housing Association attracted over 350 visitors to Mansfield Park for this year's Partick Community Festival. With the sunshine splitting the skies for the most part, people were entertained by a diverse programme of musicians and dancers.

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A community garden set up by Partick Housing Association has ended a busy couple of weeks by being nominated for an award. On May 21, Sandy Road Community Garden held its first Open Day, inviting the public into the garden to explore the space and get involved with a variety of activities. In hostin

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Partick & Thornwood Action Group (PTAG) hosted their first family event with generous support from Partick Housing Association (PHA), Keep Scotland Beautiful, Glasgow City Council’s new Environmental Task Force and the local Morrisons supermarket. On a day of glorious sunshine, the ‘Picnic &

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Partick Housing Association has submitted plans to transform a former Glasgow school into 60 new flats. Designed by Collective Architecture, the £8 million redevelopment of the former St Peter’s School on Chancellor Street will provide a mix of 1-3 bed homes for social and mid-market rent as well

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Partick Housing Association’s newly formed community group Partick & Thornwood Action Group (PTAG) held their latest Day of Action on Easter Sunday, 27th March.

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Partick Housing Association staff and board showed their generosity this festive season by donating food and useful household items to the North West Area Foodbank. Presents and decorations were also added to the collection as well as a cash donation of £175 to bring some Christmas cheer to familie

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Partick Housing Association has produced a commemorative publication as part of its 40th Anniversary Celebrations. Through interviews with tenants, current and former employees and board members, the publication outlines how Glasgow’s built heritage was preserved by housing associations. There are

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