Glasgow City Council has approved plans submitted by Yoker Housing Association to build 28 homes on the site of the former Yoker Primary School.
Yoker Housing Association
A new engagement plan from the Scottish Housing Regulator which highlights improvements at Yoker Housing Association has been largely welcomed by the landlord, though concerns have been raised regarding the appearance of "misleading" wording contained in the plan.
CCG Asset Management, the planned maintenance division of the CCG Group, will commence its final contract of 2019 with Yoker Housing Association this December with the replacement of bathrooms. Located across various addresses in the west-Glasgow region, a total of 80 properties are to benefit from
Yoker Housing Association has submitted plans to develop 28 new homes within the grounds of the former Yoker Primary School.
Yoker Housing Association has been criticised for failing to recognise its non-compliance with regulatory standards and warned that it must demonstrate its intention to improve “within a reasonable timescale”. The Scottish Housing Regulator has been engaging with Yoker since 2017 having
Yoker Housing Association has commissioned an independent review of its governance after failing to provide the Scottish Housing Regulator with sufficient assurance of its self assessment procedures. The Regulator has engaged with Yoker about its governance self assessment since 2017 during which it
Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of land at a former hospital to Yoker Housing Association paving the way for new homes to be developed at the site. The Association will pay the council £100,000 for part of the site which was previously home to Blawarthill Hospital.
Plans have been submitted to build 15 new homes at a vacant Glasgow hospital site for Yoker Housing Association. Grant Murray Architects have lodged proposals for bungalows and two storey cottage flats at the former Blawarthill Hospital in the Knightswood area of the city.