Thenue Housing

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Thenue Housing has said a fond farewell to its former chief executive Charles Turner who has retired after 17 years. Charles Turner left Thenue this week after two events to mark his retiral – one with the board of management and the second with staff.

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Thenue Housing has announced funeral details for its much-loved former chair and board member Charlotte Levy. It will take place at Bridgeton St Francis-in-the-East Church of Scotland, 26 Queen Mary St, Glasgow G40 3BB at 12:30pm on Friday 8 April.

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Thenue Housing has announced the passing of one of its stalwarts and long-standing former board member Charlotte Levy. Charlotte, a well known and highly respected face in the voluntary housing movement in Scotland, was first elected to Thenue’s board of management in September 1996.

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Thenue Housing has stepped up its efforts to help tenants tackle the increasing costs of fuel bills. Having secured funding from the Scottish Government’s Social Funding Housing Fuel Support Scheme administered by the SFHA, Thenue has provided thermal curtains, draught excluders and energy top

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Thenue Housing has appointed Gary Naylor, currently Thenue's head of community housing, as its new chief executive officer. Mr Naylor will take up his new position in the spring and succeeds Charles Turner who is retiring.

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Thenue Housing has been granted planning permission to develop a current gap site between two 100-year-old category ‘C’ listed sandstone tenements in Bridgeton. A five-storey building with 10 one-bedroom flats for elderly tenants will be built at 44 Dalmarnock Road.

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Thenue Housing has gained applied for planning permission to develop 18 terraced houses and cottage flats at the site of a former school in north east Glasgow Under plans designed by Coltart Earley, the land formerly occupied by Littlehill Primary School on Craighead Avenue will provide a mix of one

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Thenue Housing can progress its plans for 45 homes for social rent after Glasgow City Council agreed to sell a former community centre site to the Association. Members of the council's contracts and property committee approved the off-market disposal of land to Thenue last week for an exp

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Glasgow City Council is being asked to approve off-market disposal of land to Thenue Housing Association for the delivery of 45 homes for social rent. The Association hopes to develop land at Lily Street and Connal Street, beside Springfield Road, which was previously occupied by Dalm

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