A beneficiary of a River Clyde Homes initiative that offers incentives to help people get started in their new homes in Inverclyde has agreed to share his story. Through Make Yourself a Home, properties are available now in Port Glasgow and Greenock that include a choice of options around white good
Plans to build more than 220 flats and houses on the site of the former St Stephen’s High School in Port Glasgow have been approved. River Clyde Homes is developing the site between Kilmacolm Road and Southfield Avenue.
The Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland (TPAS Scotland) has awarded River Clyde Homes with gold accreditation for Excellence in Tenant Participation. Validated by an independent panel of tenant participation experts, the award recognises excellence in involving all River Clyde Homes
Tenants of River Clyde Homes have been evicted for anti-social behaviour and a conviction for drug dealing. The housing association enforced the orders and recovered the tenancies after it obtained orders from Greenock Sheriff Court.
Customers of River Clyde Homes were given a festive treat this year with the third annual winter parties taking place in both Greenock and Port Glasgow. Over 250 older customers and those in sheltered housing complexes enjoyed the tea parties, organised by the Inverclyde-based housing association wh
(from left) Minister Kevin Stewart, resident Anne Deighan, Cruden managing director Allan Callaghan, chair of RCH Board, Jillian Moffat and local MSP for Greenock and Inverclyde, Stuart McMillan MSP Kevin Stewart, minister for local government, housing and planning, visited Slaemuir in Port Glasgow
Future Skills Inverclyde has launched a brand new budgeting service for residents of Inverclyde called Total Money Makeover which looks at practical ways to save money. The advice given is tailored to individual needs, regardless of income. The scheme can also benefit Universal Credit claimants who
Jillian Moffat, chair of the Board, in CCTV control room joined on screen, in real time, by Police Scotland, Community Wardens, customers and RCH staff River Clyde Homes has launched a new 24 hour CCTV monitoring service as part of its ambitious Safe at Home Strategy.
More than 270 River Clyde Homes customers are enjoying cheaper energy having switched to not-for-profit energy supplier Our Power. River Clyde Homes is a partner in the new energy supply company that aims to cut millions of pounds from bills in some of Scotland's most disadvantaged communities.