Tollcross Housing Association staff came together to have a bit of fun and to raise funds for Cash for Kids. There were lots of baubles, bells and tinsel and the well-deserving winner, Danella, pulled it out of the bag with her combination of all of these and lights in her hair too.
Members of staff, committee and tenants of Tollcross Housing Association remain in shock at losing two of its close colleagues and friends recently. Linda Miller (65) passed away on Tuesday, 27th September 2022 and Karen Ritchie (56) shortly afterwards on Monday, 24th October 2022.
Tollcross Housing Association has been granted planning permission to deliver 43 new homes near Tollcross Road. The vacant brownfield site, in Altyre Street, south of Trainard Avenue, was most recently used as an overflow car park for the 2014 Commonwealth Games after three-storey residential f
It is with great sadness that West of Scotland Housing Association and Tollcross Housing Association mark the passing of dedicated volunteer, Clare Newton. A message from the Associations read: "Clare made a significant contribution to the social housing sector in Scotland and will be remembered for
A total of 34 local and community controlled housing associations (CCHAs) across the Glasgow area have accessed £200,000 from the Scottish Government's Addressing Future Needs (AFN) fund to help tackle the impact of Covid on their communities.
A housing association that refused to consent to the assignation of a social rented sector tenancy has failed in its appeal against the grant of decree ordering it to allow the tenant to assign the tenancy.
Tollcross Housing Association's long-standing management committee member Clare Newton has resigned for personal reasons. Ms Newton has been a volunteer committee member with the association since 2010. The association has grown during this time and she has been a constant member of the staffing sub
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has announced an 18 strong shortlist for its 2020 awards with a Tollcross Housing Association development among the hopefuls. The £8.38 million Dunira Street Housing project in Glasgow was designed on behalf of the Association by Elder &
A total of 34 formerly homeless people have moved into their new homes after the closure of hostels in Glasgow. Paul Gallacher is among those who have been found settled mainstream tenancies under Glasgow's Housing First initiative.
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has named Tollcross Housing Association’s new offices on a shortlist for its celebrated RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. A longlist of the 10 winners of this year’s RIAS Awards was whittled down to seven projects
Tollcross Housing Association’s new offices and a Highland Housing Alliance development in Inverness have been named among the very best of current Scottish architecture. The projects were recognised in Edinburgh last night as the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) announced
Tollcross Housing Association’s new offices and an Inverness housing development are among the 19 architectural gems included in a shortlist of Scotland’s best new buildings. The projects were unveiled as the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) announced the shortlist fo