Archive for the RSL Category

Roots ‘n’ Shoots is Growing

Roots ‘n’ Shoots is Growing

With the assistance of development funding from BIG Lottery, we are currently working with Hillhead Housing Association 2000 to develop their Community Growing Project and to prepare a Stage 2 Community Spaces application. The project will involve slightly differing community growing facilities on two different sites.

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Training with Dunbritton

Training with Dunbritton

Dunbritton Housing Association (DHA) couldn’t be more pleased with the development of their Growing our Own project since it started this year. The Employability Team has installed seven benches around the Leven Street area of Alexandria, made possible with a grant from The Big Lottery’s Awards for All fund. The replacement of worn dilapidated benches […]

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Building Sustainable Communities

Building Sustainable Communities

With our support, Hillhead Housing Association 2000 have recently been awarded £113,026 from the Scottish Government’s People and Communities Fund on behalf of an RSL partnership between themselves and Antonine Houisng Association in East Dunbartonshire, Oaktree, Cloch and Larkfield Housing Associations in Inverclyde  and Arklet Housing Association in East Renfrewshire. The money will be used […]

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Robert’s Climb to Apprenticeship

Robert's Climb to Apprenticeship

In July last year, when 17 year old Robert Quinn from Linwood decided to volunteer at his local gala day, little did he know that it was a decision that would ultimately land him on an exciting new career path just over six months later.

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Tackling Fuel Poverty in Inverclyde

Tackling Fuel Poverty in Inverclyde

Fuel Fix Inverclyde is a project that has been developed in partnership with Solas Scotland and IHAF (River Clyde Homes, Cloch Housing Association, Oak Tree Housing Association and Larkfield Housing Association). The project is being run for an initial 6 month pilot and will ensure that RSL tenants within selected areas have access to appropriate […]

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A Job Well Done

Each year we work with our client Registered Social Landlords (RSLs) to develop a programme of projects for potential Wider Role support. Outline ideas are submitted to the Scottish Government Wider Role Team who then arrange to visit each RSL for a Programme Meeting to ‘quiz’ them further on the justification, benefit and match funding […]

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