Riverside Scotland

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Riverside Scotland has secured nearly £4 million for its customers by helping them obtain benefits and grants they are entitled to. The registered social housing provider launched a free Money Advice Service in 2012 to make sure customers were getting the money they were due.

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Homes4D&G, a common housing register partnership in Dumfries and Galloway, has launched a customer consultation to gather thoughts on how it allocates homes and communicates with its users. Partners include Dumfries & Galloway Council, DGHP, Home Group, Riverside Scotland and Cunninghame Hou

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Riverside Scotland has launched a comprehensive customer survey to measure the overall customer experience and the quality of service delivery by the organisation. The Big Conversation survey has been sent out to all Riverside Scotland households, giving customers the opportunity to feedback on the

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Riverside Scotland has announced the appointment of two new repairs contractors and another grounds maintenance contractor following successful tender exercises. Bell Group has been appointed to carry out all reactive repairs to customers’ homes and empty properties, as well as undertakin

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Riverside Scotland has handed over the second phase of its modular housing development at Dundonald with a further nine of the 63 homes allocated to waiting list applicants. The ground-breaking £9.8 million project, with support from the Scottish Government, is being delivered by Riverside Sco

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Continuing our COP26SHN showcase of the social housing sector's efforts to help tackle the climate crisis, interim managing director Morag Hutchinson details Riverside Scotland's current modular build project. We are facing a double crisis: climate change and a critical shortage of afforda

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Riverside Scotland has welcomed the new chair of its board as Jim Strang was officially appointed at the organisation’s AGM.   Mr Strang – who has more than 40 years’ experience within the housing sector – has replaced current chair Duncan McEachran whose five-year maxim

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Riverside Scotland has made a strong commitment to providing homes for veterans at risk of homelessness in its two newest social housing developments. The organisation – formerly known as Irvine Housing Association – is allocating more than 10% of its new homes to support veteran househo

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Tenants due to move into Scotland’s largest social modular housing development in South Ayrshire have been given a tour of the development factory thanks to Riverside Scotland. The project is being delivered by Riverside Scotland and Connect Modular, a division of The Wee House Company in

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