West Of Scotland Housing Association

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Generous staff at West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) gave it their all to raise £5,000 for Alzheimer Scotland and Strathcarron Hospice. The two charities were the nominated corporate charities for 2017 and were presented with their cheques at a celebratory event with WSHA staff.

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Construction and support services business Carillion was placed into compulsory liquidation this morning after talks with the UK government to save the company were unsuccessful. The UK’s second largest construction company, which had been in emergency financing talks with its lenders and the bank

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It was cause for celebrations at Denmilne Gardens in Glasgow as the West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) sheltered complex marked its 30th anniversary. This is a special milestone for the complex which officially opened in April 1987. With 25 homes, Denmilne Gardens has a long-standing sense

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(from left) Jamie McLean, Lynne Donnelly and Councillor Philip Saxton. Credit Iain McLean Photography. West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA), in conjunction with the Contracts division of Mactaggart & Mickel Group, is starting construction of Symington’s first affordable housing developm

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Novus Property Solutions has given a West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) community centre a new lease of life with a full interior redecoration as part of its extensive CSR programme. The Barrowfield Community Centre, based in the Camlachie area to the East of Glasgow, is operated by Willowa

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(from left) Jamie McLean (Mactaggart & Mickel Homes), Maisie O'Brien (The Willowacre Trust and West of Scotland Housing Association), John Donnelly (Lucky Springburn community garden volunteer), Michelle Reilly (volunteer coordinator), and James Hardie (Lucky Springburn community garden voluntee

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Clare Bird and Divisional Commander chief superintendent Brian McInulty West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) employee Clare Bird has been presented with a Greater Glasgow Police Division Recognition Award from Divisional Commander chief superintendent Brian McInulty, for her dedication to Pol

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Christine Macleod A national inquiry report into how social landlords handle complaints has found that while most landlords have accessible complaints policies and handle complaints well, some could do more to promote their complaints policy, and make better use of feedback.

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