West Whitlawburn Housing Co-Operative

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West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative has appointed Stephanie Marshall as its new director following the retirement of former director Paul Farrell. Ms Marshall has been with the Co-operative since late 1989 and has held a number of senior roles, most recently as acting director. She brings a w

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A woman who has lived in Cambuslang for 50 years is one of the first residents to move into new council homes in the area. The new development, which has transformed East Whitlawburn, brings 311 new homes to the area as a result of a strategic housing partnership between South Lanarkshire Council, W

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Paul Farrell, director of West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative (WWHC), is retiring from his role after 32 years in the post. WWHC was established in March 1989 to control and manage the first Stock Transfer of Multi-Storey stock from a local authority. Mr Farrell was appointed as its first director

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West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative (WHHC) has been deeply shocked at the loss of committee member Louise Wilson, who passed away on June 19. Louise had been a member of WWHC since 2010 and was a well known and well-respected member of the community. Louise was also a committee member of Whit

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West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative (WWHC) has delivered more than 1500 food parcels and hot meals to vulnerable tenant/members of the housing co-operative and their families in Cambuslang since the start of the pandemic. Paul Farrell, director of WWHC, said: “It was clear from the outset of

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West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative (WWHC) has been deeply saddened by the passing of Muriel Alcorn, who died peacefully at her home in West Whitlawburn on Tuesday. Muriel, an original founder member of WWHC back in 1989, has been a stalwart and a cornerstone of WWHC for over three decades, servin

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Plans have been lodged to build 330 homes in Whitlawburn as part of a £42 million housing-led regeneration project. CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the construction and manufacturing group appointed to build the new homes, has submitted a planning application in partnership with hub South West for 330 mix

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