River Clyde Homes

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Staff at the River Clyde Homes Group (RCH) are continuing their good work to support the Inverclyde community during the current coronavirus crisis. Angela Docherty, community support officer, recently submitted a couple of successful grant funding bids to Cash for Kids. This was to help famili

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The River Clyde Homes Group (RCH Group) has chosen its current group resources director, Richard Turnock, as its new chief executive. The announcement comes after a highly competitive recruitment process, which attracted many strong candidates from both within and outside the UK social housing secto

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Volunteers from across the River Clyde Homes Group have been out on the frontline helping society’s most vulnerable as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continue to rise. Staff from across the organisation have been working closely with Inverclyde Council to deliver essential food

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River Clyde Homes Group has ensured its old furniture has been reused following its recent move to new offices in Greenock. The new offices were already furnished, meaning that a large amount of furniture and fittings from the previous building was surplus to requirement and facing an uncertain

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Work experience pupils from Inverclyde Academy in Greenock showed an impressive range of skills last week as they spent time with Home Fix Scotland (HFS) staff. The initiative is part of the HFS commitment to helping develop skills and experience of young people in the Inverclyde area. The training

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Kevin Scarlett, the chief executive of the River Clyde Homes Group, is to leave his post after seven years at the helm. Mr Scarlett is moving on in April to take up a new senior strategic housing role in England.

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River Clyde Homes has obtained two eviction orders from Greenock Sheriff Court to evict tenants for anti-social behaviour. Due to a conviction for drug dealing, the Sheriff granted an order to terminate the tenancy a resident in Belville Street. In addition, an order was obtained to evict another te

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Kids at two Inverclyde schools are set to get their hands dirty after Home Fix Scotland, the subsidiary company of River Clyde Homes, designed, donated and installed a mud kitchen at Ardgowan and Kings Oak Primary School. Built to inspire fun and promote the benefits of working together, the latest

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River Clyde Homes has relaunched its campaign ‘Before it’s spent, pay your rent’ to remind people of the risks associated with rent arrears and to prevent people struggling with their finances for the rest of the year.

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EVH has announced Jenny Speck from River Clyde Homes as the winner of this year’s Helen McGregor Award. The award, which this year was sponsored by Rutherglen & Cambuslang Housing Association, was presented to the Jenny at EVH’s Annual Conference at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews.

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