River Clyde Homes

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Una Nicolson, depute head at Whinhill Primary, Albert Henderson, MBE vice-chair RCH board and Brenda Gibson, Broomhill project officer To underpin its £26 million regeneration plans for the Broomhill neighbourhood of Greenock, River Clyde Homes (RCH) has opened a project office in the area.

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River Clyde Homes’ Customer Senate has produced its first scrutiny report which looked at how the Inverclyde based housing association re-let some of its empty properties. Almost two years ago River Clyde Homes started a programme called ‘Count Me In’ to give customers a real say in developing

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River Clyde Homes is continuing its commitment to involve customers in the way it provides its services. Over the last two years it has transformed the way customers can get involved in improving the things that matter to them.

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River Clyde Homes and Inverclyde Council are together investing £2.5 million to improve the quality of customers’ homes and to enhance the environment of the John Street area of Greenock. The area is within easy reach of Greenock town centre and has a long been a popular; with a strong community.

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River Clyde Homes, in association with Greenock Morton Football Club, is offering free football at Broomhill 3G Football Pitch in Greenock (off Broomhill Street) on Friday evenings until the 1st of May. The football sessions, which are funded by Awards For All Scotland and are supported by the Inver

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