Shettleston Housing Association

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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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Tony Teasedale Shettleston Housing Association has appointed current Rural Stirling Housing Association director Tony Teasdale as its new chief executive.

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Shettleston Housing Association residents are to benefit from a number of home repair projects set to be delivered over the coming months. The project team is currently working to prepare for the works which are scheduled for autumn/winter 2017 and spring 2018.

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Shettleston Housing Association’s recently-completed development at Fernan Gardens continues to impress judging panels from the nation’s housing design awards. Following-on from being awarded a Commendation by the Glasgow Institute of Architects, the development, which brought £3.6 million much

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Mollins Gate, Moodieburn – shortlisted for Affordable Housing Development of the Year Partnership housing provider Lovell has high hopes for this year’s 10th annual Scottish Home Awards with no fewer than three of its developments featuring on the awards shortlist.

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Chris Cunningham Following his re-election to Glasgow City Council last week, Chris Cunningham has given notice to Shettleston Housing Association of his intention to leave the Association in the autumn of this year.

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Last year’s winner Barry Jarvis, vice-chairman of Osprey Housing, receiving his award from Cat Harvey EVH has announced the launch of its annual prestigious management committee member award, the Helen McGregor Award 2017, sponsored by Shettleston Housing Association.

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Shettleston Housing Association has brought a suitably Christmassy end to its 40th Anniversary year by inviting none other than Santa to occupy one of its interview booths for the week. Transformed into a magical grotto by some very creative Shettleston staff, the booth is the setting for cosy chats

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Landa Rolland from the Big Lottery Fund Scotland recalls the moment when they surprised the Shettleston Community Growing Project in Glasgow with the news that their application for £127, 986 was successful. It was a dreich Thursday morning in Glasgow’s east end when Big Lottery Fund Scotland pro

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(from left) Chris Cunningham (director), Kevin Stewart (minister for local government and housing) and Gillian Johnston (chair) Shettleston Housing Association welcomed Kevin Stewart, minister for local government and housing, residents and many other guests to the official opening of its latest new

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As part of the 40th Anniversary celebrations, director Chris Cunningham and chair Gillian Johnston (centre) thanked Nan Sangster for her 30 years of membership on the Management Committee, from 1985 to 2015 Over 150 people gathered at West Brewery in Glasgow Green last week to celebrate the 40th ann

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Shettleston Housing Association has submitted this new mural at the gable end wall at 577 Shettleston Road to our Public Art feature. Completed in July 2014, the eye-catching artwork is the result of a collaboration between the Association and third year pupils at Eastbank Academy, who worked with a

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Stewart Milne Homes employees (from left) Mark Lawson, Chris Patterson, Shawn Pixton and Ross Sutherland mark the launch of the RUBY campaign as part of the company’s 40th anniversary celebrations Communal outdoor spaces and facilities in Glasgow and Bridge of Allan are in the running for a makeov

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