Scottish Borders Housing Association

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Scottish Borders Council and Waverley Housing are launching a joint ‘masterplanning’ project in Upper Langlee in Galashiels this month. Particularly focusing on Beech Avenue, Hawthorn Road, Larch Grove and Laurel Grove, the aim of the project is to guide the preparation of a comprehensive and fu

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Pic caption: Michael Melton (left) and Rian Taylor Two of Scottish Borders Housing Association's (SBHA) brightest young people received recognition at the recent Chartered Institute of Housing Excellence Awards.

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(from left) SBHA CEO Julia Mulloy, home investment co-ordinator Drew Moore, Christine Grahame MSP, Paul Wheelhouse MSP and Kenny Lynn, director at contractor James Swinton and Co. MSPs Christine Grahame and Paul Wheelhouse paid a visit to a Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) project in Skir

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Bradley, Lainee and Freja Holden-Rushworth enjoying the sun with stilt-walkers at the Borders Book Festival Scottish Borders Housing Association proudly sponsored the Family Book Festival at the Baillie Gifford Borders Book Festival in Melrose.

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Esh Border Construction has completed work on a key social housing project for Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA), delivering 60 vital new homes to communities in Hawick as part of a wider regeneration programme. The Livingston-based company has successfully delivered 28 high quality homes

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University of Stirling students at Stonefield with (3rd from right) CEO Julia Mulloy, development officer Keith Goodfellow (2nd from right) and project assistant Michael Melton (right) A group of students from the University of Stirling visited Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) headquarter

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Kevin Scarlett Eighteen housing associations in Scotland - including the Haymarket Group of associations - have agreed to take part in a sector scorecard pilot to benchmark a range of business health and efficiency measures.

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Scottish Borders Council has been awarded £225,000 from the Scottish Government to help improve the energy efficiency of social housing in the area. The funding is part of a £9 million allocation announced for councils and housing associations across the country.

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