Shettleston Housing Association

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The future of the A-listed Mansion House, the Scottish baronial masterpiece in Tollcross Park in Glasgow, has been secured by its sale to a local property company. Developer Spectrum Properties, which operates all over Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirlingshire, has paid an undisclosed sum to save the bui

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Construction work is now underway on a new 44-home development for Shettleston Housing Association. Paisley based construction firm The JR Group has commenced site preparation and construction works on the former St Mark’s school site on the edge of Tollcross Park. Work is expected to be compl

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Shettleston Housing Association has welcomed a £45 million funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland to refinance existing loans and enable completion of its new build development programme within the area. Providing quality affordable homes and services for the communities of Shettleston, G

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Shettleston Housing Association’s Cunningham House development was named Best Affordable Housing Development (urban) in the UK-wide Inside Housing Awards. This small, ambitious project saw off strong competition from six quality affordable housing projects across the country to lift the award

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Shettleston Housing Association’s church conversion and Passivhaus development has been shortlisted in two categories in the national Inside Housing Awards. Old Carntyne Church, in the east end of Glasgow, was transformed from a semi-derelict building into one of Scotland’s most energy-e

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The development at Cunningham House, which is Glasgow’s first Passivhaus development for social rent, was formally opened on Friday 30th of August. The development has seen the creation of 19 new homes for older people. The project combines the construction of a modern five-storey Passivhaus t

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The appointment of a new director of property services at Shettleston Housing Association (SHA) marks the conclusion of a senior staff restructure which has been taking place at the Association since the start of the year. On November 12, Colette McKenna becomes part of SHA’s new executive managem

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Seven new committee members have been elected at a well-attended AGM held by Shettleston Housing Association (SHA). Chairperson Gillian Johnstone delivered a report on a successful year’s work before handing over to CEO Tony Teasdale, attending his first AGM since joining the Association last Octo

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Shettleston Housing Association (SHA) has submitted a planning application for 40 new homes on the former site of St Mark's Primary School on Muiryfauld Drive. The development would involve a mix of cottage flats, semi-detached homes, townhouses and flats designed by architects Anderson Bell Christi

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