Entries by Tiffany Sommerville

Are you in receipt of Universal Credit?

If so, you will receive a To-Do-Task on your Universal Credit journal asking you to enter your new rent and service charges. The amount to be entered is detailed in the rent increase letter we sent you in March . If you fail to do this you will be paid the wrong amount of Housing […]

Joinery apprenticeship opportunity at Upkeep – apply now!

Our subsidiary, Upkeep, is currently recruiting for a positive and enthusiastic Apprentice Joiner to join their team, based at their Culrain Street office. The successful candidate will secure a four year trade apprenticeship comprising on site practical training as well as college based theory and practical examinations to provide them with the knowledge and skills […]

Interruption to Water Supply G31 and G32 – Wednesday 10th February 15:50

Scottish Water have advised of an ongoing issue affecting the supply of water in the G31 and G32 area. Whilst they investigate, residents may experience no water supply or low/intermittent water pressure. Residents may also experience discoloured water. Further updates will be posted on the Scottish Water website: https://www.scottishwater.co.uk/in-your-area/service-updates/glasgow-g31-g32-stage-1-1002

Level 4 Restrictions

From 26 December, as we are returning to level 4 restrictions, we will only be able to carry out essential repairs. We will return to normal repairs service when restrictions are eased again. Essential repairs are those that affect tenant safety / security of the property. We will continue to undertake gas and electrical safety […]

Tier 4: Temporary restrictions on our repairs service

Due to the latest Scottish Government guidance we will be providing a reduced repairs service inside tenants’ homes.  Until 11th December this will be restricted to emergency or very urgent repairs which pose a danger to residents’ health, the property or which make your home insecure. These will include: Burst pipes / leaks  Water coming […]

Scottish Government to invest £19.2 million to support 83,000 Scottish Carers

As part of the next emergency coronavirus legislation, the Scottish Government is proposing an additional £19.2 million investment in Carer’s Allowance Supplement. This is in recognition of the additional pressure carers are under as a result of the ongoing pandemic. If approved by parliament, around 83,000 eligible Scottish carers will get an extra £230.10 through […]

Funding success for Shettleston Community Growing Project (SCGP)

Shettleston’s award winning Growing Project has been awarded over £118K by the National Lottery Community Fund, to allow it continue its work for another three years.  The award will allow it to continue to: help local people grow food for their families, get children involved through the Smelly Welly Club after-school and holiday programme, run […]