Glasgow’s George Square was an array of colour on February 10 as ng homes joined in the celebration of the Chinese New Year. Also known as the Spring Festival, the event saw colourful dragons, pandas, dancers and a Scottish Pipe Band light up a special night in the city centre.
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Queens Cross Housing Association has now secured £40 million funding from M&G Investments for ambitious plans to transform the Hamiltonhill area of Glasgow into a new urban ‘suburb’. The Association is to build 300 affordable homes for rent on the site just north of the city ce
Glasgow City Council has approved planning permission in principle for a Queens Cross Housing Association-driven project for a new 600 home development in the north of the city. Outline planning permission has been granted to transform the Hamiltonhill area into a 21st Century suburb close to the ci
Two more young people have joined the ranks at Queens Cross Housing Association. Seventeen-year-old Sean Hanley and Anthony Goodall have joined the handyperson team on a ten-week training placement.
Three multi-storey blocks at Cedar Court are reaching the end of a major upgrade programme Last year Queens Cross Housing Association invested an average of nearly £2,000 in each of its 4,300 homes in northwest Glasgow.
Bronwyn Wyper, winner of the community award in the Young People’s Outstanding Service to the Community category Helping other young people improve their lives through her own experiences of growing up in care has earned Bronwyn Wyper a top community accolade from Queens Cross Housing Association.
Christina McKelvie MSP (left) meets Queens Cross tenant Margaret Dalzell at a Health & Wellbeing workshop, part of the Association’s activities programme Queens Cross Housing Association’s new Older People’s Service (OPS) is helping reduce pressure on more costly health and social care ser
Repairs manager Jim Williams with Liam Boyle (left) and Lee Campbell (right) who recently started their four-year apprenticeships at Queens Cross Housing Association Two more young people have kick-started their career thanks to Queens Cross Housing Association.
The awards recognise community champions who have gone above and beyond to improve the community and services The search to find north west Glasgow’s local heroes has been narrowed as Queens Cross Housing Association revealed the finalists for its Pride of Queens Cross Awards 2018.
The Gala Day takes place at the Firhill Complex in Maryhill. Image: Peter Devlin Queens Cross Housing Association’s Gala Day is returning to north-west Glasgow this weekend.
A protest held against Secro's lock change programme in Glasgow Housing provider Serco has said it will “pause” issuing lock-change orders to tenants refused asylum in the UK ahead of a court challenge following pressure from campaigners, charities and housing associations.
Cycling Without Age’s Christine Bell takes Queens Cross tenants Flora McLees (left) and Linda Donnelly for a trike around the area An international initiative to help get older people back the in the saddle is coming to Glasgow.
Pictured (l-r): Tenant Frances Young and Margaret Milne, Queens Cross’s Retirement Service Supervisor at the launch of the new Older People’s Service Queens Cross Housing Association has launched a new Older People’s Service to support tenants over 60 who need some extra help to live independe
Queens Cross picking up the prize at the award ceremony in London Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) is celebrating after picking up first prize in front of over 1,000 guests at the CIH UK Housing Awards.
Queens Cross Business Administration MAs Taylor McPhail and Gary Miller will soon be joined by more apprentices