Thenue Housing

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Taking up their posts are (from left) Lynne, Claire and Sharon Thenue Housing has announced three key appointments to its staff team.

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Some of the Urban Green team from Thenue and Impact Arts A community eco-project which has helped people cut their fuel bills and be more environmentally-aware has been hailed as a huge success following the year long initiative.

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A woman who owned a property within a block of flats which was demolished ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games has taken Thenue Housing Association to court over the cost of fuel bills. Margaret Jaconelli and her family were the last remaining occupants in the Ardenlea Street tenement flat in Dalmar

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An innovative free course designed to help unemployed people living in the east end of Glasgow learn new skills to help them get back into employment came to an end last week, with those taking part attending a celebration event. ‘Learning Works’ is a pioneering employability course joint funded

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Thenue Housing is currently consulting tenants on what its rents should be from April 1. The association is proposing that rents increase by 1.7 per cent with the exception of semi-detached houses, where rents will remain frozen for one more year.

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