River Clyde Homes

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Residents of Seafield House and River Clyde Homes staff River Clyde Homes has been working in partnership with the Care Inspectorate on a new resource aimed at encouraging everyone who experiences care to keep moving to maintain their health and well-being.

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(from left) Housing officer Rhonda Whytock, Councillor John Crowther, residents Jimmy McLean and Suzy McKendrick and Councillor Tommy McVey River Clyde Homes tenants from Ravenscraig Court in Greenock have set up their own Residents and Tenants’ Organisation (RTO).

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River Clyde Homes’ Easter Morton Football Camp has proven to be a hit with all those who attended. The youngsters, who were all children of the Association’s customers, were treated to a week of football fun delivered by fully qualified SFA Morton Community coaches.

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Pictured: An image from the exhibition Inverclyde-based housing association River Clyde Homes has announced that the "Dark Side o' The Clyde" photographs that have been shown in high-rise flats in the Broomhill area of Greenock for the last three years are set to be exhibited at The Beacon Arts Cent

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River Clyde Homes has unveiled the details of its multi-million pound investment plans for housing in Inverclyde. Just over £17 million will be spent in the coming year to upgrade homes and make them more energy efficient, around £10.6m of which will be spent on major works to improve the housing

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River Clyde Homes has been awarded a Radio Clyde Cash for Kids Easter Holiday Grant of £1000 to support Easter Football Camps being run by Greenock Morton for its customers’ children. In its work with communities, the Inverclyde-based housing association recognised a gap for some fun during the E

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River Clyde Homes staff have handed over donations of food and a cheque to the Inverclyde Foodbank, one of the four charities they chose to support with fundraising efforts over the last year. Ardgowan Hospice, Alzheimer Scotland and the British Heart Foundation will also each receive a cheque for

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A River Clyde Homes tenant has been evicted from his home in Greenock after tampering with his electricity meter. Patrick Condon was evicted from his home in Gael Street on March 20 after his meter was removed by ScottishPower for energy theft.

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(from left) Lauren Newman, Heather McLaughlin, Tasmin Ross, Albert Henderson, Ryan Elder, Thomas Reid and Jamie Reilly River Clyde Homes’ commitment to the training and development of young people has been recognised with the award of the prestigious Investors in Young People (IIYP) Silver Accredi

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Kevin Scarlett Interest is growing across Scotland in the new sector scorecard pilot, with several new housing associations indicating that they will submit data in 2018.

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(from left) Connor McGinley Chameleon Architects; Councillor John Crowther; Gary Wilson River Clyde Homes; Councillor Tommy McVey; Gordon Lee, Cruden Building and Stephen Murray, River Clyde Homes 2018 is shaping up to be a record year of housing development for River Clyde Homes as the foundations

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River Clyde Homes teamed up with The Trust for a jobs fair in Port Glasgow which saw 142 people through the door in just two hours. The event was attended by a number of local employers as well as those providing training, apprenticeships and work experience, with around 70 people registering with c

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