Trust Housing Association

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Trust Housing Association has retained their 'Leaders in Diversity' accreditation from the National Centre for Diversity. Founded in 2005, the National Centre for Diversity is an organisation promoting equality, diversity and inclusion.Rhona McLeod, Trust's CEO, said: "We have been leading the housi

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Trust Housing Association is celebrating after being shortlisted for the Platinum Employer of the Year prize in the Investors in People (IIP) Awards 2022. The IIP Awards celebrate the very best organisations and individuals from around the world across various organisational, people, wellbeing and l

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Trust Housing Association has appointed Dr Norval Bryson as its new chair at its AGM earlier this month in addition to three new board members. Mr Bryson, who joined the board at last year's AGM, is a qualified actuary with a wealth of expertise from a career in senior roles, latterly as finance dir

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A funding vehicle of The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC) has raised £107 million for three housing associations including Edinburgh-based Trust Housing following a temporary pause on the bond markets due to the Ukraine crisis.

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Trust Housing Association has moved a step closer to completing its new leadership team with the appointment of Calum Boag as head of assets & sustainability. Trust recently launched its bold three-year strategy - The Time is Now - and new operating model. To support the delivery, the

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Trust Housing Association has achieved the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) Platinum accreditation. For nearly 30 years Investors in People has been recognised internationally as a leading people accreditation. The Platinum award is a fantastic achievement for Trust, demonstrating its commitmen

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Trust Housing Association is reshaping its leadership team to deliver its bold new three-year business strategy, The Time is Now, and operating model. The Association said its reshaped team is an exciting blend of internal talent and new recruits to the business. The change brings together extensive

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Local representatives gathered at Park Place in Wishaw to mark the official site start at Trust Housing Association’s £7 million new-build development. The development will see 42 new homes comprising of 1, 2- and 3-bedroom flats for social rent constructed in Wishaw town centre.

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