Thenue Housing

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A mural produced for Thenue Housing Association depicting the mother of Glasgow’s patron saint is taking shape in the city’s East End. Mark Worst beside the mural with Eleanor Derbyshire, Thenue's head of property services

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A food hub operated in Castlemilk has excelled in its task in keeping one community fed on healthy food. Netherholm Community Food Hub has fulfilled a vital role thanks to a team of dedicated volunteers whose healthy food packages have kept Netherholm residents going.

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Thenue Housing has paid tribute to its longest-serving board member Charlotte Levy who has announced that she will be retiring from the Association. Charlotte Levy is standing down after a lifetime of service to her community and 24 years of unbroken dedication to Thenue and its tenants.

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A £60,000 cash boost for Thenue’s communities has been received from the Scottish Government. The housing association said it was “hugely grateful” for the money which it had secured from the government’s £20 million Supporting Communities Fund set up during the o

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Tributes have been paid to East End stalwart and devoted servant of the housing association movement Cathie Martin. Announcing her passing, Calton Area Association and Thenue Housing said they were deeply saddened by the loss of “our friend, committee member and East End stalwart Cathie&r

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Ten council-owned sites across Glasgow are to be sold to housing associations to ensure the delivery of affordable homes continues post lockdown. A council paper on the land disposal was approved by councillors at a meeting via teleconference last week.

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Tenants have been thrown a lifeline “like never before” thanks to the efforts of Thenue Housing. In common with other housing providers, it has taken unprecedented steps to ensure tenants and communities are not forgotten during the ongoing coronavirus emergency.

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The staff and boards of the local housing associations (Ardenglen, Craigdale, Cassiltoun, North View and Thenue) are proud to be part of Castlemilk Together, and working alongside the community to support our most vulnerable people at this challenging time.

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Thenue Housing has begun work on building more homes for Glasgow's East End just weeks after launching its most recent development. A total of 27 flats are being built at Landressy Place, Bridgeton on the site of a former care home.

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