Guidance and advice offered by the board of Queens Cross Housing Association is "innovative and effective", according to a leading industry accreditation scheme. The Queens Cross board has been recognised for its positive approach taken in developing its board by Remarkable, the business consultancy
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An £80 million investment in quality homes forms a cornerstone of Queens Cross Housing Association’s new plan to make the area a better place to live and work over the next five years.
Groundwork has started in preparation for the first phase of housebuilding at Hamiltonhill for Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA).
Glasgow housing associations are being invited to join the city's Housing First revolution which is providing homes for people with long term, complex issues.
Eleven housing association projects have received funding from the Scottish Government’s £1.5 million Homelessness Prevention Fund to support projects that contribute to reducing child poverty and preventing homelessness.
Queens Cross Housing Association has teamed up with Scottish Autism to help the charity improve the quality of life of autistic people living in north Glasgow. The Association has converted a former care home in Springbank Street into new supported accommodation and a Day Opportunity.
Queens Cross Housing Association has received a further £15,000 of funding from the Scottish Government's Wellbeing Fund to help more young people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Queens Cross Housing Association is considering making changes to its letting policy which will give housing applicants more control when applying for properties.
A new at-home creative programme developed by Glasgow Sculpture Studios (GSS) and Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) is making art accessible for all during lockdown. ‘Paper Puppets’ – Image courtesy of Sally Hackett
Two Glasgow housing associations have teamed up to deliver a new social housing development in one of the west end’s most desirable neighbourhoods. The new development will complement the existing historic buildings in Burnbank Gardens
Concept designs of the transformation of the Woodside area in Glasgow have been unveiled with the launch of a new website.
Queens Cross Housing Association will continue to deliver healthy meals and food packages to residents after it secured over £23,000 in fresh funding from the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities programme.
A generous donation of 60 bottles of hand sanitiser from a whisky distiller will help keep Queens Cross Housing Association staff safe and community services running during the COVID crisis.
Queens Cross Housing Association tenants with children under 5 can receive a free book every month after the Association joined Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. The project is a free book gifting programme designed to inspire a love of reading for children.
Queens Cross Housing Association has hailed the work of its handyperson service team during the coronavirus pandemic.