Ruchazie Housing Association is to continue to support its residents by helping cut the costs of fuel bills for their tenants after it received funding from the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) for two separate rounds of funding.
Scotland’s national chef Gary Maclean is backing a new campaign to help families struggling with rising fuel bills by providing tasty ways of keeping costs down. Masterchef: The Professionals champion Gary has teamed up with fuel poverty champions Energy Action Scotland (EAS) and Ruc
Ruchazie Housing Association, one of many small community-based housing associations in Glasgow, has supported its tenants throughout the year and continues to deliver crucial support in this second lockdown period. Since March last year, the Association and its community partners which include Glas
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has ended its statutory intervention at Ruchazie Housing Association following a series of improvements at the landlord. Ruchazie has been in statutory engagement since March 2018 when the Regulator used its statutory powers to appoint a manager and four members
The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has ended its appointment of a statutory manager at Ruchazie Housing Association after the association made significant improvements to its governance and financial health. The Regulator first used its statutory powers to safeguard the interests of tenants by app
The Scottish Housing Regulator has continued its statutory appointments at Ruchazie Housing Association and Fairfield Housing Co-operative. The Regulator first used its statutory powers in March 2018 to appoint a manager and four members to Ruchazie's governing body after it identified wid
The Scottish Housing Regulator has made a number of statutory appointments at Ruchazie Housing Association over the RSL’s failure to comply with the Regulatory Standards of Governance and Financial Management. The watchdog used its statutory powers to appoint a manager and four members to the Asso
EHRA chair Colin Cameron (left) with the poverty charter The Easterhouse Housing & Regeneration Alliance (EHRA) has launched a charter which commits its members to a range of poverty alleviation actions across greater Easterhouse.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has revealed that it will have medium engagement with Ruchazie Housing Association during the financial year 2016/17. Ruchazie is considering its future options because its director will be retiring and it is taking independent advice on a strategic options review.
Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety and Cube Chair Liz Ruine welcome new Cube tenant Andrina Dickson into her new home in Bankend Street, Ruchazie A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.
A group of eight small housing associations in the Greater Easterhouse area have commissioned a report which challenges the perception that you can only improve value for money by increasing in size. Easterhouse Housing and Regeneration Alliance (EHRA) asked the Scottish Housing Best Value Network (