Sanctuary Group

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Sanctuary Scotland has been selected as the preferred transfer partner for Thistle Housing Association following a competitive bidding process.  Based in the Toryglen area of Glasgow, Thistle has 947 social rent homes and 786 factored owners. In August 2018, the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR)

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Sanctuary is to present its plans for the continued regeneration of Paisley’s West End. The housing provider is looking to build around 22 units for social rent on the Sutherland Street site. The mix will include 2-bedroom flats and 2 & 3-bedroom houses. 

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Sanctuary Homes has submitted an application seeking to amend its plans for the old Victoria Infirmary site in Glasgow. Glasgow City Council had previously granted planning permission to create 413 new flats, plus offices and retail units, on the site.

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Renfrewshire Council and its housing association partners are on target to deliver more than 1,000 affordable homes by 2021, according to the latest Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) report. The report highlights more than 300 affordable homes have been built since 2016 at developments in Lin

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Sanctuary Group has announced that two Andrew Manning-Cox and Arvinda Gohil have been appointed to its group board. Andrew Manning-Cox, who was co-opted to the board last year, has been appointed as the new group chair, while Arvinda Gohil joins as a non-executive member.

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Sanctuary Scotland have released a video showcasing their support for Scottish Housing Day, which takes place tomorrow. The video below touches on the positive influence which Sanctuary Scotland has had on thousands of residents and other community members since its creation in 1996.

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Sanctuary Scotland has given funding to Glasgow's Nitshill Noble Art gym. Since 2012, Sanctuary Scotland has helped the founder of the gym, Kris McAdam, secure a lease, replace windows and paid for two spin bikes.

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A gardening space on one of Renfrewshire’s busiest roads is helping to tackle social isolation in Paisley. People’s awareness of the West End Growing Grounds Association (WEGGA) charity has surged after it switched its location to Underwood Road.

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A “magnificent” £6.2 million housing project is set to spark the regeneration of the West End of Paisley. Sanctuary Homes has transformed the site of Wellmeadow Street’s former Co-Op supermarket with 39 affordable properties, 24 flats and 15 houses for social rent.

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Housing provider Sanctuary Homes is on site in Portsoy to build 44 much-needed new affordable properties. (from left) Cllr Anne Stirling, Cllr John Cox, Pat Cahill, Cllr Glen Reynolds and Neil Donald

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Housing provider Sanctuary is on site in Inverclyde building 96 much-needed homes for social rent. Forty four flats in Greenock will complement 52 homes in Port Glasgow, a mix of houses, flats and cottage flats.

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