River Clyde Homes

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River Clyde Homes and The Trust will be running a jobs fair in Port Glasgow next week, following the success of the Broomhill jobs fair last August. Highlighting employment and training opportunities in Inverclyde, the fair will provide Port Glasgow residents with information and support on getting

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River Clyde Homes hosted a Christmas lunch for Broomhill customers on last week at the Broomhill Community Hub to help integrate the area’s new residents. Residents enjoyed some food and a natter with neighbours. Prizes were won in a raffle including a Marks and Spencer Christmas Hamper worth £70

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River Clyde Homes has successfully applied to the Radio Clyde Cash for Kids Christmas Grant for children living in Broomhill. Cash for Kids welcomes applications from families in financial hardship with children under the age of 16. The aim of the fund is to assist families who are in need of suppor

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(from left) Back: Stevie McLachlan, Janet Dunlop (Stewart House Warden), Jillian Moffat. Front: Jimmy Grant, Kathy McDade. River Clyde Homes’ Sheltered Housing Service has received its most positive report following a recent unannounced visit from the Care Inspectorate.

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River Clyde Homes has been declared ‘complaints accredited’ following an external independent assessment by HouseMark Scotland. HouseMark’s complaints accreditation scheme was launched in 2012 and is designed to help landlords to achieve improved customer satisfaction by providing a robust cri

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Customers of River Clyde Homes were given a festive treat last week with winter parties taking place in both Greenock and Port Glasgow. Over 300 customers, aged over 75, and those living in sheltered housing complexes, enjoyed the tea parties, organised the Inverclyde-based housing association, whil

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Greenock-based arts charity RIG Arts has scooped a major national award for its Broomhill Project with housing association River Clyde Homes. The cultural activities to support a three-year £26 million regeneration project to transform a Greenock community comprising more than 600 homes won the Cre

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River Clyde Homes has teamed up with Inverclyde Council to launch a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to rent or buy a home in the Inverclyde area. Free and simple to use, Your Housing Options Inverclyde provides information, advice and support for house hunters. This includes contact details for est

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A ceremonial cutting of the first ‘sod’ of turf marked the beginning of a multi-million pound development of almost 100 new homes in the Slaemuir area of Port Glasgow. River Clyde Homes plans to build the homes in the coming years and the first phase of 28 new homes began last week.

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Plans to build more than 140 homes in Greenock have been revealed by River Clyde Homes. The £19 million project will be developed at a vacant site at the entrance to James Watt Dock. A total of 144 new homes will be built in the area of a two year period.

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