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 ====== Housing Associations ====== ====== Housing Associations ======
 +  * [[https://​www.gha.org.uk/​|GHA:​ Glasgow Housing Association]]
   * [[https://​www.cxha.org.uk/​|Charing Cross Housing Association]]   * [[https://​www.cxha.org.uk/​|Charing Cross Housing Association]]
 +  * [[http://​www.govanhillha.org/​|Govanhill Housing Association]]
 +  * [[http://​www.cassiltoun.org.uk/​|Cassiltoun Housing Association]] - //​Cassiltoun Housing Association is a community-based and tenant-led social landlord based in Castlemilk, Glasgow. It is passionate about providing value for money and delivering high quality services to its tenants. It has gone beyond the traditional landlord role and now delivers a range of projects for its tenants and the wider community.//​
 +  * [[https://​www.glenoaks.org.uk/​|Glen Oaks Housing Association]] - //Glen Oaks Housing Association provides landlord services and community representation in six communities in the South West of Glasgow: Arden, Darnley, Pollok, Old Darnley, Regents Park and Southpark Village. Since 1991 the Association has built up a strong reputation as an innovative community-controlled organisation which places customer service, financial viability and being an excellent employer at its heart. The Association is controlled by a voluntary board.//
 +  * [[http://​www.partickha.org.uk/​|Partick Housing Association]] - //Partick Housing Association is a leading, innovative, Scottish social housing provider, based in the West End of Glasgow. It was founded in 1975 by a community tenants’ association and local community group, the Partick Society, to tackle sub-standard housing in the area, saving tenements from demolition, and remodelling commercial and public buildings. This created more local housing and new businesses to sustain a diverse and cohesive community//
 +  * [[https://​www.qcha.org.uk/​|Queens Cross Housing Association]] - //Queens Cross Housing Association (QCHA) provides nearly 4,300 affordable rented homes in an area that stretches north from Glasgow city centre along
 +either side of the Forth and Clyde Canal. Its housing stock includes multistorey flats, deck access properties and tenements in four neighbourhoods:​ Woodside, Hamiltonhill/​Westercommon,​ Queens Cross and Dundasvale//​
 +  * [[https://​southside-ha.org/​|Southside Housing Association]] ​
 +  * [[http://​www.rosehillhousing.co.uk/​|Rosehill Housing]]
 +  * [[https://​www.newgorbalsha.org.uk/​|New Gorbals Housing Association]] - //New Gorbals Housing Association is community-controlled housing association operating in the Gorbals, Hutchesontown,​ Laurieston and Oatlands neighbourhoods of Glasgow.//
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