Janette Oliver West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has presented its first Community Champion award to a tenant who has shown incredible dedication to organising voluntary activities in her area for over 50 years.
(from left) Director of housing and customer services Stewart Gibb, JDRF volunteer Jim Mckay, HR manager Sandra Haig and Eileen McCallum MBE, founder of The Eileen McCallum Trust Staff at West of Scotland Housing Association raised a record total of £5,100 during 2016 for two charities close to the
(from left) Ruth Simpson, chair, WSHA; tenants Jean Bell and Rita Gallagher; Kevin Stewart MSP and Lynne Donnelly, chief executive, WSHA (image credit: Iain McLean Photography) West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) was joined by minister for local government and housing Kevin Stewart MSP and C
The final phase of building works has been completed at a social housing development on the outskirts of Glasgow. Cambuslang-based construction and manufacturing specialists CCG (Scotland) Ltd created 18 cottage flats and a car park at Calmachie for West of Scotland Housing Association. The new deve
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has announced the appointment of Carillion to deliver their day-to-day repairs contract from August 1. The contract builds on the existing relationship with Carillion which currently provides a high level of customer service delivering WSHA’s planned mai
A group of brave staff from West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) faced the challenge of Tough Mudder to raise nearly £1500 for two very worthwhile causes. The money will be split between WSHA’s corporate charities, The Eileen McCallum Trust and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Young people from the local community with the mural - Copyright John Linton Photography A powerful 40 metre mural exploring the subject of tackling sectarianism has been unveiled on London Road in the shadow of Celtic Park and the Emirates Arena.
(from left) Colin MacCallum, Lynne Donnelly, Stewart Gibb and Dan Wood West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has completed the appointment of its new corporate management team following the appointment of Lynne Donnelly as chief executive.
A group of tenants from West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) have unveiled an impressive mural entitled Glasgow, the Dear Green Place. The five ladies live at the WSHA’s Denmilne Sheltered complex and the artwork was a culmination of six months hard work.
Generous staff at West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) gave it their all to raise £4,000 for Dyslexia Scotland and Crohn’s & Colitis UK. The two charities were the nominated corporate charities for 2015 and were presented with their cheques at a celebratory event with WSHA staff.
Clare Newton receives her award from Eamonn Connolly Clare Newton, a member of the management committee at West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA), has been recognised for her fantastic commitment to social housing by EVH.
WSHA chief executive Lynne Donnelly with children from Keppoch Nursery West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has become the first registered social landlord in Scotland signed up to an innovative book gifting scheme that gives children living in their households up to 60 free books.
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has announced the transfer of Broomhouse Housing Association which will see WSHA provide a housing service to 98 new tenants. The transfer, which took place on 30th November, is a result of Broomhouse recognising the importance of providing tenants with a
West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has launched a new volunteer based gardening service to help tackle social isolation. Garden Buddies will match tenants, who require assistance with their garden, with a friendly volunteer to share gardening skills and friendship. Initially the service is