Wellhouse Housing Association

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Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) has underlined its support of Glasgow City Council’s Homeless Services with the provision of additional properties to be used as temporary accommodation for homeless families. The organisation now has ten properties which can be used as temporary furnished

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Tenants and staff at Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) have been given a boost after the social landlord received one of its best set of results in years in an independent survey of residents.  In the Q3 2020 survey, WHA scored two 100% positive results in the seven questi

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Wellhouse Housing Association(WHA) has published its annual landlord report with a call for tenants who have missed rent payments to come forward and seek help immediately. The 2019/20 report makes clear that while no Wellhouse tenants have been evicted during this period, there are concerns about r

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Wellhouse Housing Association (WHA) has received a 100% satisfaction rating for its “contribution to the management of the neighbourhood” for the first time in an independent survey of its residents. The quarterly Continuous Monitoring Global & Health Check survey carried out by MI H

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Wellhouse Housing Association has launched a ‘Digital Support Fund’ to help tenants and local community groups to connect with families and friends and to access online welfare and education support.

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Darron Brown, chair of Wellhouse Housing Association, has outlined the Association priorities for the upcoming decade. The Association’s 20/20 vision includes, for 2020/21, £1.1 million in planned reinvestment; almost £700k earmarked for responsive work; working with Glasgow City C

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Maureen Morris has stepped down after having served her five years as the chair of Wellhouse Housing Association. The Association said Ms Morris served during some of its most challenging times, leaving Wellhouse in a much stronger position with robust governance and a strong vision and values.

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The results of the Scottish Federation of Housing Association’s board director elections were announced this week at the federation’s AGM in Edinburgh. Martin Wilkie-McFarlane at Wellhouse Housing Association and Dena Macleod at Hebridean Housing Partnership were named executives for the

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