Melville Housing Association is to invest £1.65 million in improvements to tenants’ homes throughout Midlothian over the next 12 months. Investment in the new financial year, funded entirely from rental income, will see the replacement of 245 central heating systems, bathrooms and kitche
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Tenants of Melville Housing Association are to see big improvements to their homes over the coming year thanks to a £3 million investment programme that will also see funds set aside to help meet Scotland’s net zero goals. Investment in the new financial year beginning April 1, funded al
Vital new affordable homes, all for social rent by Melville Housing Association, have been delivered following the long-awaited completion of 20 flats on the site of the former Mayfield Inn in Mayfield.
Cabinet secretary for social justice, housing and local government, Shona Robison MSP, has welcomed the latest phase of 30 new social rented homes being built in Bilston, Midlothian by Melville Housing Association. (from left) Abby Kelman (land manager for Taylor Wimpey), Iain Alexander (production
Melville Housing Association, Midlothian’s largest Registered Social Landlord, is to invest £2.4 million in improvements to tenants’ homes over the next 12 months.
Construction work on a Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Melville Housing Association development of 26 new affordable homes in Bilston is now under way. (from left) David Loney, site manager (Taylor Wimpey Bilston affordable), Abby Kelman, land manager for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Neil Edgar,
New kitchens, bathrooms, heating systems and replacement roofs are to be fitted in Melville Housing Association homes over the next 12 months thanks to investment of almost £2.4 million. The investment programme will see 186 new kitchens primarily fitted in homes in Mayfield and 90 new bathroo
Essential enabling works are now under way at a recently-approved housing development in Midlothian. Proposals from CALA Homes and Avant Homes to build at Mauricewood, to the north of Penicuik, were unanimously supported by the planning committee of Midlothian Council.
With ambitious Scotland-wide targets for house building and energy efficiency high on the national agenda, Melville Housing Association has taken a step towards a greener housing future by becoming the first Registered Social Landlord (RSL) to deliver a Zero Waste Scotland workshop for construction
(from left) Graeme Shanks, senior project manager of Taylor Wimpey and Bob Anderson, chairman of Melville Midlothian RSL Melville Housing Association is to deliver 28 new high quality affordable homes for the local area, thanks to a £2.8 million deal with house builder Taylor Wimpey.