A green infrastructure plan has been considered by Glasgow City Council as part of plans to regenerate North Maryhill to create an attractive, green, climate change resilient and connected neighbourhood.
Maryhill Housing has awarded a contract for the installation of air source heat pumps in its stock to Turner Property Services. The contract will involve replacing the existing electric storage heaters which are currently installed in Maryhill Housing’s ‘mini multi’ properties with
Glasgow-based contractor and manufacturer CCG (Scotland) Ltd has successfully completed its latest planned maintenance contract on behalf of Maryhill Housing with the installation of high-performance fire doors.
Turner Property Services Ltd has secured a new contract for the provision of reactive repairs with Maryhill Housing for an initial period of three years. Turner Services have been providing Maryhill Housing with an interim reactive repairs service since July 2020, having taken over from MPS. The new
Maryhill Housing has appointed Cruden Building to deliver a multi-million-pound affordable housing development in Glasgow. Due to start formally next month, the £11.5 million development will be built on vacant land at the corner of Maryhill Road and Cowal Road on the approach to Kelvinda
CCG Asset Management is set to commence a second phase of planned maintenance with Maryhill Housing. The planned maintenance and plumbing division of the CCG Group commenced year 1 of the two-year programme in January where a total of 129 properties at the Cumlodden Estate received new PVCu windows
Maryhill Housing is due to commence two new conversion projects at its retirement housing complexes later this week. Developed in conjunction with Glasgow City Council, Armour Construction Consultants, Cormack Gracie Architects and Contract Building Services (CBS), the projects will result in the cr
More than 20 new could be built on the site of a former nursing home under newly lodged plans from Maryhill Housing Association. The Association wants to build 22 homes on the land at Rothes Drive where Ferguson Anderson House, a nursing home for the elderly, stood until it was demolished in 2018.
Three blocks of Glasgow flats have become some of the most technologically-advanced in Scotland following the completion of a public-private sector collaborative project undertaken by partners including Maryhill Housing. Kate Forbes MSP (centre) with Roger Popplewell, chair of Maryhill Housing and J
Maryhill Housing has completed a £35.5 million funding renegotiation with its existing lender Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). The announcement comes after the Association carried out a full review of its loan financing arrangements in 2018.
Maryhill Housing Association has submitted a planning application for 65 flats. The development on Maryhill Road, Whitelaw Street and Cowal Road is part of £15.3 million spend on 105 new homes for the area.