Partick Housing Association

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As part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations, Partick Housing Association (PHA) hosted the People of Partick Awards Dinner in the wonderful setting of Oran Mor in the west end of Glasgow. Local people were asked to nominate individuals or groups who make a real difference to the area. Often behind t

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A group formed through Partick Housing Association (PHA) staff and local residents who wanted to improve the local environment has held its latest Day of Action. The Partick & Thornwood Action Group were joined by local politicians and a representative from Hillhead Action Group for the day.

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As part of its 40th Anniversary celebrations, Partick Housing Association (PHA) sponsored a schools sports athletics festival for children from local Thornwood and Notre Dame Primary Schools. The event was organised by Sports Scotland Active Schools Glasgow.

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More than 70 tenants and stakeholders attended Partick Housing Association’s (PHA) Annual General Meeting in Partick Burgh Hall last week. Attendees had the opportunity to learn about PHA’s achievements over the past year, as well as looking forward to the organisation’s plans for the future.

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The Partick Community Growing Project held its second annual Open Day last month as part of the RSPB’s Glasgow Wildlife Garden Festival. In the days running up to the event on July 26th, the group were busy making preparations such as tidying the plots and communal areas, baking cakes for the tea

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Following the success of 2014’s Community Festival in Partick Burgh Hall, this year Partick Housing Association decided to take things outdoors to Mansfield Park where the event was held as part of the West End Festival with live music, come & try sessions and arts and crafts. Samba Caramba we

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PHA housing services director Lynne Donnelly, tenant Michelle Hynes and Carillion area operations manager Neil Whannell Partick Housing Association (PHA) has celebrated the allocation of its 200th modernised void property this month.

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Partick Housing Association is offering its customers the chance to take part in a workshop to help shape the future of Glasgow’s museums. Throughout May, research company icecream architecture is working with Glasgow museums to find out exactly what interests the people of the city. The research

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Employees from Partick Housing Association participated in the Glasgow Kiltwalk 2015 which took place on Sunday 12th April. The Kiltwalk is a charity which organises sponsored, kilted walks to raise funds for children’s charities across Scotland.

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Partick Harvie MSP at the community growing project Patrick Harvie MSP for Glasgow, and co-convenor of the Scottish Green Party paid a visit to Partick Housing Association after hearing about successes in housing and community development.

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The board of Partick Housing Association has announced the appointment of its new chief executive. Stewart MacKenzie moves to the association from Clyde Valley Housing Association where he was operations director. Stewart has over 30 years experience in Scottish housing and in the course of his care

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Partick Housing Association (PHA) opened its doors for the first time 40 years ago bringing affordable, quality housing to the local area. In 2015 PHA plans to celebrate its 40th birthday big style with events and activities throughout the year including a Community Festival, heritage walking tours

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