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North Ayrshire Council has pledged to build an extra 250 council houses as part of an ambitious investment programme to create 1000 new homes within the next five years. The council’s cabinet has approved the bold proposal which aims to increase affordable housing provision as well as provide a sh

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(from left) Paul Hillard, managing director at Irvine Housing Association; Joan McTurk, community involvement officer at Irvine Housing Association; Nicola Thom, executive director (operations) at Irvine Housing Association; Paul McGregor, chair of scrutiny at Irvine Housing Association; Ilene Campb

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(from left) Ilene Campbell, TIS chief executive; Yvonne Baulk, head of physical environment at North Ayrshire Council; Tracey Wilson, tenant participation manager at North Ayrshire Council and Elaine Byrne, Scotland’s Housing Network director North Ayrshire Council has achieved a Gold accreditatio

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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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Three leading figures within the Scottish social housing sector who piloted the TIS in partnership with Scotland’s Housing Network, Scrutiny Approved Accreditation framework will share their experiences of the process at a free launch event in Glasgow this autumn. Hosted at the Blythswood Square H

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Raymond Young, Alan Ferguson, and David Bookbinder Eydent (the Alliance of Ayrshire Housing Associations) has organised its second major housing conference at the Gailes Hotel, Ayrshire on Wednesday 18 November 2015, and there are only a few places left at the event.

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