Sanctuary Group

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Green-fingered visitors to a centre for disabled residents in Renfrewshire are now able to access its gardens after a renovation made the grounds wheelchair-friendly. Uneven ground at the Disability Resource Centre in Paisley’s Love Street made it hard for service users to enjoy the outside sp

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Sanctuary has been given planning permission to build 118 affordable homes in Aberdeen. Sanctuary Homes will create 72 flats and 46 houses for social rent on the site of the former fire station in North Anderson Drive.

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Sanctuary is celebrating after its regeneration of Glasgow’s Anderston received further recognition as Homes for Scotland’s affordable housing development of the year. The £60 million project beat five other outstanding developments to the honour at an awards ceremony in Edinburgh.

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A documentary which included claims of poor repair standards by Sanctuary Group was an “inaccurate” reflection of its services, according to the landlord’s chief executive. Craig Moule said the Dispatches documentary titled ‘The New Landlords from Hell’, which aired thi

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Cumbernauld’s last two tower blocks are being reduced to rubble, making space for more than 130 new homes. The demolition of Stuart House and Elliot House in Burns Road by high-reach excavator marks the end of more than 50 years of high-rise living in the town.

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Sanctuary Group has added its weight to the growing number of social landlords which have announced they will phase out fixed term tenancies, after consulting with residents. The housing association has nearly 9,000 tenants currently on fixed term arrangements and from 1 April 2019, they will be off

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Every home built for sale on the land where St Mirren FC once played has been handed over to local families. Property developer Sanctuary Homes was inundated with people keen to buy 29 affordable houses in Paisley’s Love Street, Saints Street, North Bank, Cairter’s Corner and Abercromby

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Sanctuary Group has appointed Ed Lunt as its new group finance director. Ed, who is a Chartered Accountant, joins from Warwick-based Alliance Medical Limited, where he is currently the UK finance director.

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The first phase of Sanctuary's Donside Village was completed in 2016 Sanctuary Scotland has vowed to resubmit proposals to develop new flats in Aberdeen after taking the decision to withdraw its initial application after an appraisal of the housing market in the city.

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