Renfrewshire Council is to embark on a major new social housing retrofit programme that will see up to 3,500 local authority dwellings renovated to either Enerphit or the AECB Retrofit Standard over the next four years.
A new development of 39 modern council homes in Johnstone is now almost complete - with the first tenants expected to move in over the next few months. The new development at Auchengreoch Road in Spateston will include a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses, and one and two-bed cottage flats.
Renfrewshire Council’s director of finance and resources, Alan Russell, has been appointed as the council’s new chief executive and will take up post at the end of November. A national recruitment process began after current chief executive Sandra Black announced her retirement in A
A financial plan setting out how more than 1,000 new affordable homes will be built in Renfrewshire by 2027 has been given the go-ahead by councillors. Members of Renfrewshire Council’s Communities Housing and Planning Board this week approved the area’s latest Strategic Housing Investme
Renfrewshire Council chief executive Sandra Black has announced her retirement. Sandra Black has worked in public service for almost 40 years and has been responsible for leading the council's emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She has also played a key role in the establishment
Plans to build a major housing development at the University of the West of Scotland’s (UWS) Thornly Park campus in Paisley have been rejected by Renfrewshire Council. UWS, in partnership with Miller Homes, applied for permission to knock down the sports pitches, student accommodation, and Rob
Renfrewshire councillors have given the go-ahead for residents to be asked their views on an ambitious and far-reaching ten-year £100 million transformation of council housing. Renfrewshire Council last year agreed to invest the sum in a housing-led regeneration and renewal programme to delive
Renfrewshire Council has announced it will invest £112.98 million in council housing over the next three years and will implement a council tax freeze. The council's Housing Capital Investment Plan will invest money £20.40m in 2021/22, £42.83m in 2022/23 and £49.75m in 2023/2
A new standard for 'zero carbon' social housing, a quarter of a million-pound investment in electric vehicles and the restoration of peatlands are to be among the first projects launched as part of Renfrewshire Council's £1 million investment to tackle climate change.