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Linthouse choses CCG for phase 3 of stock improvements

CCG Asset Management has been chosen to undertake a further phase of works as part of Linthouse Housing Association’s ambitious stock improvement programme that will see around a further 120 properties upgraded in the Govan area of Glasgow.


New Build Frameworks – How Can They Benefit You?

New build frameworks now contribute significantly to the delivery of new affordable housing. SPA has been supporting developing authorities over the past three years through its offsite new build homes framework.


Study shows need for continued focus on building affordable homes

Investment required beyond current parliament to solve housing crisis. 


Eildon cites over 3000 bids for its new flats as ‘proof of the need for affordable housing in the Borders’

The development of 53 homes is the first phase of its Newton St Boswells’ and Huddersfield Street projects, which will consist of 63 homes.


Housing Minister praises Link’s Dunbeg development

Housing Minister, Kevin Stewart, MSP visited the Dunbeg development in Oban for a sod-cutting event to mark the start of construction on Phase Three of Link’s 'Dunbeg Development Corridor Masterplan' of 600 new homes.


New Social Homes Essential to Meeting Need and Boosting the Economy

The SFHA has today highlighted the importance of new build housing for social rent to Scotland’s people and to its economy in response to calls by RICS Scotland for a greater emphasis on alternative models of housing development to meet need. 


Register now for free ISCF Transforming Construction event

Join Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and partners to hear from leaders of the various organisations and initiatives to understand what support is available to help your organisation capitalise on the opportunities around the Transforming Construction Fund, part of the Indsutrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF).


Social housing new builds ‘must not stop’ and ‘partnership is key’ Wheatley’s McNish urges at GHA research launch

Glasgow Housing Association’s research – launched today (Friday 18) at Glasgow City Chambers – shows that the organisation has contributed £2 billion to Scotland’s economy since the stock transfer from Glasgow City Council in 2003.

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