The winning team from Rutherglen and Cambuslang Housing Association Ronnie Cunningham, Stuart Freeland and Charles Freeland Lintel Trust, part of the Link Group of subsidiaries, raised £7,165 at its 22nd annual golf fundraising event.
Irvine Housing Association has produced a special video Christmas card for 2015 which showcases what it has been up to this year.
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.
Developer Lovell is trialling a new tool which measures the economic impact of an affordable housing project on the local community. The Local Multiplier 3 (LM3) enables the company to see how much investment a housing scheme brings to an area by analysing where the project income is spent and re-sp
A team of British architects have been recognised by the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) after years of research into poor indoor air quality in modern homes. Dr Stirling Howieson, University of Strathclyde; Dr Tim Sharpe, Mackintosh Environmental Architecture Research Uni
Corsehill P5 poster winner Hollie with Kathryn Morrison Irvine Housing Association (IHA) has visited pupils at Abbey Primary and Corsehill Primary to deliver interactive sessions on careers advice and energy efficiency to the Kilwinning youngsters.
(from left) Lovell business development manager Sarah Freel presents the donation to PRYDE project manager Theresa Potter with Irvine Housing Association development officer Leanne Lynch Community group Pennyburn Regeneration Youth Development Enterprise (PRYDE) which runs The Playz community centre
Eydent, the alliance of Ayrshire Housing associations, is staging a major housing conference at the Gailes Hotel, Ayrshire on Wednesday 18 November 2015. With speakers such as Raymond Young and Alan Ferguson, both well known figures in housing, and a plethora of local speakers on topics such as heal
Irvine Housing Association held its AGM to celebrate the fruition of the promises it made to its communities when it joined Riverside in 2011. The event at the Gailes Hotel, Irvine, saw Alan West, chair of Irvine Housing Association, present the highlights of the year which included the launch of th
Michael Fullerton and Anne-Marie Carson receiving their prize Tenants who brought some colour to Irvine Housing Association’s streets this summer were awarded for their efforts in the Association’s annual In Bloom Garden Competition.
(l-r) Alan West, chair of IHA; Margaret Burgess MSP, minister for housing & welfare; Joan Gordon, IHA tenant; Max Steinberg, chair of The Riverside Group Over the last three years Irvine Housing Association (IHA) has attracted inward investment of £6.7 million to support the regeneration of the
The apprentices with Mary Taylor, SFHA chief executive (left) and housing minister Margaret Burgess. Housing minister Margaret Burgess marked the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week (May 18-22) by launching a national challenge for housing apprentices yesterday.
Margaret Burgess with representatives from Irvine Housing Association Scotland’s most vulnerable households will receive help to make their homes cheaper to heat following a £103 million investment to tackle fuel poverty.