GHA and Provanhall Housing Association are joining forces to build 106 new energy-efficient houses and flats in Easterhouse. The £14 million development, made up of 80 homes for GHA and 26 for Provanhall, should be ready by next autumn.
The £250 million regeneration of Sighthill in Glasgow reached another landmark last week when the Sighthill Circle was restored exactly 40 years after the stones were first erected. The Sighthill Circle was first completed at the Spring Equinox of 1979, through the then Glasgow Parks Departmen
GHA has hailed the transformative impact of its new homes on the lives of its tenants and communities. Tenants have just moved into 51 new GHA homes built on the site of the former high-rise blocks at Tarfside Oval in Cardonald.
Glasgow Housing Association’s transformation of social housing in Scotland’s largest city has boosted the nation’s economy by £2 billion and supported thousands of jobs, a new report has revealed. The study by the Fraser of Allander Institute (FAI) reviewed the impact of both
Regeneration firm ENGIE has handed over new homes and festive hampers for Glasgow Housing Association’s (GHA) newest customers in Cathay Street, Milton. ENGIE secured a £6.1 million contract to build 54 terraced houses and cottage flats on the former brownfield site on behalf of GHA, par
Glasgow Housing Association has formed a pioneering partnership with all Scottish local authorities to develop a toolkit that helps people sustain their homes, prevents homelessness and delivers improved information and advice. The project, the first of its kind in Scotland, will be led by North Lan
Blandine Damtse, from Knightswood, has set up Afrobean Echos, the first news website aimed at the African-Caribbean community in Scotland A GHA tenant has created the first news website aimed at the African-Caribbean community in Scotland.
Dougrie Court tenants Margaret Hanratty, James Constant and Anne Thomson A ‘Meet the Neighbours’ event has given older tenants who have moved into new-build homes the chance to get together, make new friends and lay the foundations of a flourishing community.
A protest held against Secro's lock change programme in Glasgow Housing provider Serco has said it will “pause” issuing lock-change orders to tenants refused asylum in the UK ahead of a court challenge following pressure from campaigners, charities and housing associations.