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New bathrooms for Abronhill residents

The project consisted of 15 bathroom upgrades, where new sanitary ware and wet wall panelling was installed as well as the installation of 15 new, high-efficiency boilers.


ng homes facilitate essential SFRS training in North Glasgow

The training took place at one of the association’s properties.


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.


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.


Tenement Group publishes interim recommendations – we want to hear your views

A Scottish Parliament Working Group has published its interim recommendations to tackle concerns about disrepair in tenements in mixed ownership.  


Member Query: Minimising and Collecting Rechargeable Repairs

SFHA exists to support members through sharing good practice and finding shared solutions to common problems. This member query relates to minimising and collecting rechargeable repairs.  Please share your practice!


Polypipe bolsters its route to the specification sector with ventilation guide

Domus Ventilation, part of the Polypipe group, has launched an in-depth specification guide, covering its full range of award winning, energy efficient ventilation products for the domestic and light commercial markets, plus Best Practice Guides for the ventilation sector.


All homes to have upgraded fire alarms by 2021

Following a consultation at the end of 2017, the Scottish Government has confirmed that all existing homes in Scotland will be required to meet a new standard for fire safety.