River Clyde Homes

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A group of housing associations are considering sharing greater information regarding their performance and value for money within their Annual Return on the Charter (ARC) reports to tenants each year. Formed in 2015, the ‘Haymarket Group’ of housing associations has been meeting to discuss how

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Inverclyde-based housing association River Clyde Homes has issued its first ever report on performance, value for money and affordability. The report differs from previous performance related publications issued as part of its Annual Report on the Scottish Social Housing Charter (ARC), as this is th

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Albert Henderson At Tuesday’s Annual General Meeting of River Clyde Homes, the membership of the Inverclyde-based housing association heard confirmation of plans for another low rent increase for 2017.

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Scotland’s social landlords could do more to prevent fire, gas and carbon monoxide (CO) fatalities and injuries, a new report has concluded. The practical health and safety guide published, jointly by HouseMark Scotland and River Clyde Homes, found that while social landlords have a good record in

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River Clyde Homes is once again giving the public a chance to see behind the normally closed door of a tower block apartment. A pop-up exhibition by cult photography project Dark Side o’ The Clyde will take place at 95 Whinhill Court in the Broomhill area of Greenock on the 10th and 11th of Septem

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River Clyde Homes has entered into a partnership with Pollok Credit Union (PCU) to ensure that its customers have the best opportunities to prevent them falling into financial hardship. PCU is the only credit union account operating with social landlords in Scotland that allows Universal Credit to b

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(from left) Andrew Hurrell, Marion Wilson and Joyce Stephens River Clyde Homes’ Customer Senate has undertaken an investigation into its Aids and Adaptations process and has made 13 recommendations that aim to improve the service for customers and streamline the system for staff.

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A developer has announced the start on site of a new affordable housing development in Port Glasgow. Working alongside River Clyde Homes, Cullross said the site preparation works have begun to allow the 41 home development at Bay Street to start very soon.

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(from left) Chris Murray (CCG Scotland); Sandra McLeod (River Clyde Homes); Margaret Burgess; Marilyn Thompson and Albert Henderson MBE River Clyde Homes (RCH) has completed its latest development of new homes in Inverclyde.

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A tenant’s sense of ‘wellbeing’ may have a dramatic effect on satisfaction with their landlord, according to John Wickenden, data analysis manager at HouseMark. John was speaking about a new pattern observed between overall ‘Star’ satisfaction and wellbeing questions at HouseMark Scotland

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Pupils at Whinhill Primary School River Clyde Homes is creating a selection of show flats at its £26 million Broomhill regeneration project in Greenock that will be available for prospective tenants to view in the coming months.

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An exhibition of stunning photographs by the locally acclaimed Dark Side o’ The Clyde project, that has over 3000 followers on Facebook, has opened at the River Clyde Homes Broomhill Project Office at 1 Broomhill Way, Greenock. The 10 pictures, in noir-inspired black and white, were a great succes

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Inverclyde based housing association River Clyde Homes has developed three local editions of its customer magazine, Up Close. The quarterly magazine is distributed to over 6000 homes and in response to recent customer feedback the association has given over the four centre pages of each edition of t

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