Riverside Group

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Riverside has been named the top housing organisation in Britain for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality by LGBT rights charity Stonewall. The housing association, which owns and manages more than 75,000 properties across the UK, placed 12th in Stonewall’s 2022 Top 100 Employers Li

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Customers, partners and stakeholders of Irvine Housing Association will start to see new branding on all communications over the next few weeks as the association revealed it will be known as Riverside Scotland from the end of July. While everyday services and decisions about the busi

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The Riverside Group Limited has completed a £150 million private bond issuance with Pricoa Private Capital. The private placement is split into two deferred issuances, with the first £50m Series A note issuance to be closed in March 2021, with a maturity in 2041; and the second £10

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Housing organisations have been named among the best LGBT employers in the UK by lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity Stonewall. Home Group was placed 17th overall in the annual Top 100 LGBT-inclusive Employers list followed by Riverside Group – the second highest performing housing org

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A campaign which is sponsored by seventeen housing organisations in England and supported by the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has sought to challenge negative perceptions that impact upon social housing tenants and launched a new guide for people in the media. Fair Press for Tenants seeks to

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Irvine Housing Association is continuing to expand its Customer Service Centre (CSC) which launched in its Irvine head offi­ce almost two years ago. As well as recruiting more staff and tripling the number of advisors the 24 hour service started out with, existing staff have had opportunities to pr

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The Riverside Group has announced that 64 jobs are at risk of redundancy as it needs to make efficiency savings due to government cuts. The North West social housing provider, which owns 6,000 properties, needs to close a £30 million gap in its finances over the next three years.

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