Queens Cross Housing Association
Queen's Cross Housing Association is to spend £13 million to carry out major internal and external improvements to 314 of its properties.
Published 11 November 2015
Three Glasgow housing associations are working together to write a new Charter for Challenging Poverty.
Published 23 October 2015
Over 300 difficult to heat high rise homes in the North West of Glasgow will soon benefit from major internal and external improvements thanks to a £13 million investment from Queens Cross Housing Association and its newly appointed contractor of choice Keepmoat.
Published 21 October 2015
Queens Cross Housing Association has pledged its support to Hate Crime Awareness Week this week.
Published 16 October 2015
Queens Cross Housing Association’s human resources team were recognised at a top awards ceremony in London last week.
Published 9 October 2015
A new initiative promoting engagement with the Chinese community in a north Glasgow neighbourhood has been launched by Queens Cross Housing Association.
Published 7 October 2015
Queens Cross Housing Association has launched an innovative ambassadors programme for former board members who have shown outstanding dedication to the Association to continue making a difference in the community.
Published 23 September 2015
An emergency meeting is being held in Glasgow tomorrow for Scottish housing associations to agree a practical and immediate response to the refugee crisis in Europe.
Published 7 September 2015
A new service has been launched to help people throughout Glasgow improve their financial skills.
Published 6 August 2015
A construction company has admitted to breaching health and safety laws after a worker was crushed to death by a steel frame at a Queens Cross Housing Association building site in Glasgow.
Published 9 June 2015
Queens Cross Housing Association held a celebration of housing support across generations at the Glasgow Science Centre this week.
Published 1 May 2015
Queens Cross Housing Association has launched a history project with a difference at an event at Glasgow’s historic Mitchell Library.
Published 31 March 2015