River Clyde Homes

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Housing officer Lee Barros and Greenock tenant Julie Bell River Clyde Homes has taken a significant step forward in delivering modern services to its customers with the launch of mobile tablets for front-line staff.

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River Clyde Homes is launching its Retirement Housing initiative to celebrate Scottish Housing Day on Thursday 21 September. Retirement Housing provides an enhanced housing management service to older people who require assistance to live independently, ultimately, enabling elderly residents to feel

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A fifteenth floor flat in a multi-storey in the Broomhill area of Greenock is, for the third time, hosting an exhibition by acclaimed cult photography project, The Dark Side o’ The Clyde as part of Inverclyde’s Doors Open Day events. The exhibitions, which have attracted upwards of 200 visitors

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Cutting the ribbon (from left) Charles Young, chief executive of Greenock Medical Aid Society; Ian Halliday, Bagatelle Care Home resident/past chairman of Greenock Medical Aid Society and Agnes Little, Bagatelle Court manager Tenants and staff at an Inverclyde care home formally open a new patio gar

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In the Broomhill area of Greenock, the £26 million regeneration programme is about more than just bricks and mortar. As part of the community development and support programme, River Clyde Homes has organised a jobs fair on Saturday 26 August that aims to help local residents get back into training

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A new initiative launched by River Clyde Homes to help people set up home in Inverclyde is already making a difference. Open to those looking for their first home with the housing association, the pilot project offers a helping hand by providing a choice of white goods or floor coverings in selected

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River Clyde Homes are offering free children’s activities in Inverclyde this July with hula-hooping events in Greenock, Port Glasgow and Gourock. Tenants and factored owners are being offered a ninety minute hulahooping session with a trainer, with a free snack for the children taking part. Parent

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River Clyde Homes (RCH) has established a new team to drive forward continued improvements in the quality and performance of its group services directorate. The move follows a major organisational restructure and redesign of the way its services are delivered.

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River Clyde Homes has set up its own grounds maintenance team, to improve its services and save rent payers’ money while boosting local employment and training opportunities. The works were previously carried out by external contractors but following customer feedback and in recognition of the man

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Inverclyde-based housing association River Clyde Homes has launched a campaign to remind customers of the importance of paying their rent. The introduction of Universal Credit has resulted in a single monthly payment for people in or out of work that is paid directly into their bank accounts.

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A woman has been evicted from her property in lower Port Glasgow after being found guilty of the possession of unlawful drugs with the intention of supplying, from her home, those drugs to other persons. Anne Parker was evicted from the property in Kelburn Terrace on Tuesday 18 April 2017. Ms Parker

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Greenock charity RIG Arts has kicked off its two year long arts and regeneration project ‘Up The Broomy!’ with the help of singer-songwriter James Grant and visual artist Aideen Doran. ‘Up The Broomy!’ is an ambitious publicly engaged arts project based in the Broomhill area of Greenock and

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