During the demolition of flats in Vesalius Street in Shettleston, 34 sandstone blocks were retrieved from the basement of the Associationâ€™s properties and as a historical marker were introduced to the entrances of the South Greenfield Render project.
The Associationâ€™s Internal Management Plan (IMP) for 2013 -2016 was approved last week by the Management Committee. The IMP sets out the Associationâ€™s targets and priorities, which are measured on a quarterly basis through eighteen Key Performance Indicators.
The Management Committees of both Shettleston and Tollcross Housing Associations have agreed to investigate ways in which both organisations might work more closely together in the future.
Upkeep, the Associationâ€™s community enterprise, will move to its new purpose-built premises on 16 Culrain Street on 13th May 2013. The new premises, previously a Royal Mail sorting office, will be home to Upkeepâ€™s maintenance services, while the current Upkeep premises on 24 Fennella Street will retain the recycling and furniture aspects of the business. All customers are directed to the new site at Culrain Street for all enquiries from 13th May, as the old premises move to an appointment based system.