Thenue Housing

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Thenue Housing has launched a new digital App which will provide a fresh way of engaging with the Association. The totally free self-service App uses the latest software to offer a range of services previously unavailable on phones or tablets.

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Lord Provost Sadie Docherty cuts the first turf signalling the start of work. Looking on are members of the local community and others associated with the build Glasgow’s First Citizen has cut the first turf signalling the start of a £5 million investment in Castlemilk.

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Glasgow City Council has approved the disposal of 16 sites across the city to allow for the construction of approximately 750 new social homes. Areas to benefit from this decision include Baillieston, Barlanark, Bridgeton, Castlemilk, Cranhill, Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Kelvinbridge, Milton, Partick,

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Thenue Housing is to improve over 100 properties in the Calton district of Glasgow three years earlier than planned. The cladding work to insulate the homes and enhance their appearance is being carried out after the Association secured some of the cost in grants.

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The team from Thenue soon after winning their award Thenue Housing has celebrated winning another award – just months after becoming ‘Housing Association of the Year’.

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Glasgow Kelvin College and Thenue staff with some of the participants from the most recent course A trailblazing course developed by Thenue Housing Association and Glasgow Kelvin College to help the unemployed learn new skills and improve their job prospects has celebrated a new milestone.

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Thenue Housing will deliver on its pledge to provide much needed new housing in its communities, the Association’s AGM was told this week. Fresh from winning the accolade of Housing Association of the Year in the summer, the Association said new homes are on the way in the East End of the Glasgow

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Charlotte Levy (right), Eleanor Brown (left) and Anna Stuart MBE (centre) Veteran community campaigner and long-standing member of Thenue’s board of management Charlotte Levy has been named runner-up in the final of the Mary Barbour Award.

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A youngster having a ball at the event Families turned out in their hundreds to Thenue Housing Association’s annual Information and Fun Day with the emphasis firmly on enjoyment.

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The Scottish Government has given Glasgow City Council permission to compulsorily purchase 14 areas of land on the edge of Glasgow Green to pave the way for Thenue Housing Association to develop new homes. The majority of the sites on London Road, Monteith Row and Monteith Place have been cleared of

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