River Clyde Homes

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Staff at River Clyde Homes will once again be volunteering in Inverclyde neighbourhoods for the benefit of local communities. Now in its second year, the housing association’s Working In Neighbourhoods (WIN) initiative offers staff the opportunity to give 14 hours of their working time to the bene

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River Clyde Homes board member Ronnie Ahlfeld and Jenny Speck of the Broomhill Tenant and Residents’ Association River Clyde Homes is to take part in the Doors Open Day celebrations across Scotland during September for the first time.

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(from left) Lynn Wassell, chair of River Clyde Homes’ board, John Galt House residents Ken Quinn, Margaret Hamill and Jimmy Grant with Jane Wallace manager, ExtraCare at RCH River Clyde Homes’ sheltered housing service has received its most positive report ever following a recent unannounced vis

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River Clyde Homes is to spend over £2 million a month to upgrade homes across the Inverclyde area over the coming year. The record investment comes as the based housing association aims to complete a nine year programme to bring its properties to the Scottish Housing Quality Standard (SHQS). Just o

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A new independent energy supply company, the first in the UK operating on a non-profit distributing basis, plans to be selling heat and power to tenants in 200,000 homes across Scotland by 2020. Our Power Energy, a subsidiary of Our Power Community Benefit Society, has been founded by 35 member orga

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Volunteers and staff from Parklea Branching Out receiving a cheque from CCG. Also pictured is Heather Dowds, River Clyde Homes’ neighbourhood planning development officer Contractors CCG, who are building new homes for River Clyde Homes in Port Glasgow, have donated a rotary cutter to a local comm

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River Clyde Homes is inviting people to get in the summer mood by joining it for a free family fun day in Greenock on Saturday 20 June. Last year’s event attracted over 700 people, many of whom gave valuable feedback on the way the association provides its services.

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Over 20 volunteers descended on Kelburn in Port Glasgow recently with litter pickers, garden tools and plenty of enthusiasm to lend a hand as part of a community-led clean-up campaign. The project, organised by the Kelburn Action Group, was supported by employees from affordable housing contractor W

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Margaret Rowe and her dog Glen Over 80 Port Glasgow homes are enjoying being connected to the gas network for the first time and are already benefitting from cheaper fuel bills and more efficient heating.

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(from left) Alan Duncan, River Clyde Homes’ board member; Nicole with Jay and Kristopher; Albert Henderson OBE, River Clyde Homes’ board member A Port Glasgow family has moved into their new River Clyde Homes property after 10 months of watching it being built from the window of their old house.

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(left to right) Nicola Gemmell, River Clyde Homes’ organisational development senior officer, joiner apprentices Chris Gray and Jordan Smyth, Kyle Copeland, IT modern apprentice and Chris McEleny, chairperson of the River Clyde Homes personnel committee River Clyde Homes celebrated Scottish Appren

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(left to right) Stuart McMillan MSP, Carol Aitken of Scottish Gas and far right Willie Croft of River Clyde Homes, with residents Stuart McMillan MSP has praised a £9 million scheme to make 500 homes more energy efficient in Greenock.

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