Port Of Leith Housing Association

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has secured an internationally recognised excellence award from the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM). EFQM’s Recognised for Excellence status enables organisations to evaluate and demonstrate efforts to improve performance against a ra

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Derelict brownfield land in Leith is set to be transformed into two new housing developments thanks to Barratt Homes. The housebuilder has started construction of 212 homes on Baltic Street and plans for a 115 home development on South Fort Street are well underway. Named Merchant Quay and Heron Ban

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) and its subsidiary Persevere Developments Ltd (PDL) are marking Scottish Housing Day 2021 by celebrating the opening of 104 affordable homes on Edinburgh’s waterfront. The properties at Heron Place, Heron View, Heron Lane and Hesperus Crossway are situ

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has been recognised as a UK leader for equalities and diversity in the workplace, ranking 63rd in the latest Top 100 Inclusive Workplaces Index published by the National Centre for Diversity. Providing homes and a range of support services to more than 4,000

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) has spoken of its pride of being one of 17 north Edinburgh charities, community groups, schools and other organisations to join forces to support people most likely to be hit hardest by coronavirus and associated restrictions this winter in a new collaborati

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Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) is marking Scottish Housing Day by celebrating the opening of 51 homes at Shrubhill following staggered sign-ups to allow for socially distanced moves during the COVID-19 pandemic. Built on the site of Edinburgh’s former tram depot, the one to three-be

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A new partnership has paved the way for Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA) to lease a two-bedroom property to Steps to Hope, a charity which supports people experiencing homelessness and addiction. The lease will give Steps to Hope service users who, having achieved sobriety, are ready f

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After 11 years leading Port of Leith Housing Association (PoLHA), chief executive Keith Anderson will begin his retirement tomorrow. Keith said: “I feel very fortunate and proud to have enjoyed a highly rewarding career in housing spanning four decades. During my time at Port of Leith Housing

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