The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have issued a number of leaflets/posters with regards to reducing fires over the spring and summer period.  We’re working in close partnership with Springburn Fire Station to raise awareness of this issue. We are asking our local community and businesses to join the fight against fire by managing and disposing of waste to preventing fires and by helping identify and report offenders.

For more information, please see the attachments below.

Preventing woodland fires

Preventing fires

Preventing fires in Royston

 Our April 2014 newsletter is now available to read

Help to improve social landlord services?

The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) regulates all social landlords in Scotland, and is setting up a new National Panel for users of social landlord services. All people who use social landlord services are invited to join the Panel – including tenants, homeless households, home owners who receive factoring or common repairs services, and Gypsies/Travellers using Council or housing association sites. Every new Panel member will be entered into a prize draw to win one of 6 x £50 prizes.

To join or find out more…

Our annual report for 2011 - 2012 is available to download here.

Our Service Standards have recently been reviewed and updated. For information on the service you can expect to receive from us, please go to our Service Standards page

It could be you……we are absolutely delighted to announce it was!

A few years ago we carried out a Feasibility study of all open spaces within the area. The result of the study was that tenants told us they would like to see sculpture, signage and lighting on one of the open spaces at Earlston Place / Roystonhill.

We were very fortunate to secure £15,000 worth of funding from other agencies for the first ‘phase’ of this project (which is almost complete). However, we knew that in order for the second ‘phase’ of the project to be completed we would require further funding.

For information on the activities held at Royston Youth Action, click here.

The Glasgow Home Energy Advice Team (G.Heat) has been developed to help people in Glasgow make their homes more energy efficient.

Read more here.

Spire View Housing Association is registered under Industrial & Provident Societies Act 1965: Reg No. 2295R(S)
Registered with the Scottish Government No. HAC136
Scottish Registered Charity No. SC033266

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