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.
Pictured (l-r): Ilene Campbell, TIS Chief Executive; Marilyn Clewes, Chair of Queens Cross Housing Association Board; Shona Stephen, Queens Cross Housing Association Chief Executive; Elaine Byrne, Scotland’s Housing Network Managing Director Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) has achieved a S
The Tenants Information Service (TIS) has announced the shortlist for the TIS National Excellence Awards: Inspire to Achieve, after receiving an impressive response and high quality nominations across all nine award categories Held in association with the Scottish Government, the event recognises an
(from left) Young Queens Cross residents Charmaine Campbell, TK Maskume, Jordana Bashir, and James Mitchell help launch the new £10,000 Community Chest fund A new £10,000 fund has been set up to help lift young people in north west Glasgow out of poverty.
FizzGig performed ‘The Great British Cake Off’ for more than 300 Queens Cross children Queens Cross Housing Association in North Glasgow provided over 300 local children with some festive cheer by putting on four free pantomime shows.
Queens Cross Housing Association’s chief executive, Shona Stephen, reflects on the links between housing and health. Medical professionals have been making links between the impact housing has on health since Victorian times.
Award winners Sadie Gordon (centre left) and Lorain MacKinnon (centre right) were joined by chief executives of Maryhill and Queens Cross housing associations Bryony Willett (far right) and Shona Stephen (far left) to celebrate their success Four of Glasgow’s female housing leaders gathered to cel