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What House? Awards Focus: Housing Association of the Year 2012

Thames Valley Housing scooped Housing Association of the Year at the 2012 What House? Awards, while Sovereign Housing Association and Great Places Housing Group were awarded silver and bronze respectively.

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Housing Associations in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Laurna Robertson looks at some of the leading housing associations that provide affordable homes in Scotland’s two main cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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Dunedin Canmore Housing Association

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What House? Awards Focus: Housing Association of the Year

Affinity Sutton scooped Housing Association of the Year at 2011 What House? Awards, while A2Dominion and Origin Housing were awarded silver and bronze respectively.

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A2Dominion’s Alan Johnson (2nd from right) collects a What House? Award

‘Maintain your Garden’ with Southern Housing

People who bought an affordable home at Kidbrooke Village through Southern Housing will be invited to learn a few gardening tips for their new houses with gardens at next week's How to Maintain your Garden workshop, which is being arranged by the housing association.

Thames Valley Housing Open Day this Saturday

Housing association Thames Valley Housing will be holding open day this Saturday 5th February at Hurlington Court - the final phase of affordable homes at the Queen Mary's Place development in Roehampton.

Housing association plans to build fewer new homes

Midlands-based Midland Heart plans to slash its building agenda, which includes many proposed new homes, by as much as 80% as a consequence of the recent cuts announced by the coalition government in the Comprehensive Spending Review.

The Chancellor George Osborne's announcement that he will hack the social housing budget in this country over the next four years, will adversely impact on the housing association, forcing it to review its business.