Scottish Borders Housing Association

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) is undertaking a significant consultation in the Croft Street Area of Galashiels. Streets included in the consultation are Croft Street – Huddersfield Street Area (Hill Street, Greenbank Street & Galabank Street).

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A project to help unemployed housing association tenants into work has been launched in the Borders. The initiative is the first of its kind between the Borders Housing Network (comprising of all four local housing associations) and social enterprise The Wise Group.

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) and Scottish Borders Tenants Organisation (SBTO) along with partners are hoping to spread a bit of cheer this Christmas with a £1,350 donation to the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal. Supporting the Mission Christmas appeal to ensure that no lo

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) is installing flood gates at its properties at high risk of flooding in the Borders. The first to be fitted are at homes in Newcastleton, where flooding caused misery for residents in February 2020, with many homes left uninhabitable. SBHA worked alongside

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The penultimate feature in our COP26SHN showcase sees the Borders Housing Network outline how the four Borders RSLs have come together with a new approach to tackle the issue of fuel poverty. A total of £450,000 in Scottish Government funding was awarded to the four Borders RSLs cons

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has secured a £58 million facility from Royal Bank of Scotland to support investment in current homes and the delivery of 300 new homes over the next seven years. SBHA owns and manages more than 5,600 homes across the Scottish Borders, from Skirling

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Significantly more affordable homes could be delivered in 2021/22 than Scottish Borders Council’s annual target thanks to increased funding and the commitment of a range of local partners, including the region’s four registered social landlords, the local authority has revealed. Potentia

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Crosbie Homes, the new build housing arm of Morris & Spottiswood, has delivered high-quality social housing in Oxton and Pathhead after entering into its first new-build contracts with both Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) and Midlothian Council.

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has distributed 190 iPads and Chromebooks to tenants to help tackle digital exclusion and over the past year. The initiative, which was undertaken via the Connecting Scotland programme, aimed to provide tenants with the means to ge

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As part of its commitment to keeping people safe in their homes and communities, Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has launched a new Health and Safety Handbook for Tenants.

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Scottish Borders Housing Association has presented The Food Train with a donation of £500. The Food Train provides a range of vital services to older people living in Scotland, with local volunteers providing weekly deliveries of fresh groceries to older people experiencing difficulties doing

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) is hoping to spread a bit of cheer this Christmas, with a donation to the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal. (from left) Dizzy White, charity manager, Cash for Kids; Barry Wood, financial support worker, SBHA; Tommy Williamson, neighbou

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