Shire Housing Association’s chairperson Janet Allan has stepped down from the role and also from the management Board due to personal commitments. Janet has led the management Board since 2014 and overseen the transformation of the Association.
Another successful year has been marked at Shire Housing Association with chairperson Janet Allan highlighting a number of new achievements at the Annual General Meeting. In her address to the meeting, Janet Allan outlined the continued transformation of the Association in meeting its business visio
Shire Housing Association has underlined its continued transformation and progress in delivering its business vision of ‘Great Homes, Great People, Vibrant Communities’ after securing a hat-trick of awards. The Association achieved Investors in People Silver Accreditation, was awarded Silver Acc
Shire Housing Association was ‘blown away’ by the fundraising efforts of local lad Mason Kidd. Kind-hearted 12 year-old Mason from Cumnock has raised an outstanding £10,000 for charity in memory of his brother Ross.
Staff members Diane Balfour and Dawn Blackhurst have been visiting local children to deliver their gifts Shire Housing Association has successfully applied to the Cash for Kids’ Christmas Grant Fund securing £725 to help 29 children living across East Ayrshire.
Shire Housing Association has continued to demonstrate its commitment to supporting local communities by donating waterproofs to a local primary school. Working in partnership with repairs contractor Mitie, the Association jointly purchased 31 sets of waterproof jackets and trousers to allow local s
Shire Housing Association’s staff, management board and contractors have donated over £450 worth of food to the Ayrshire East Foodbank. Association chairperson, Janet Allan, said: “I want to thank our Management Board, the Staff Team, and our contractors for their generosity in supporting many
Mary Thomson outside her revamped home Wheelchair-bound Mary Thomson used to have to rely on her partner to help her get in and out of her house but now she can easily manage by herself following some clever remodelling of her property.
(from left) Janet Allan, Yvonne Anderson, Reagan Kelly (seated), Lynn Miller, Maureen Miller and Jim Munro Eighteen year old Reagan Kelly wanted to work in an office as a youngster, but never thought she’d get to realise her ambition.
Raymond Young, Alan Ferguson, and David Bookbinder Eydent (the Alliance of Ayrshire Housing Associations) has organised its second major housing conference at the Gailes Hotel, Ayrshire on Wednesday 18 November 2015, and there are only a few places left at the event.