Homes support materials

Resource Title Short Description Type
Scottish Centre for Regeneration The Scottish Centre for Regeneration (SCR) helps build skills and expertise and shares knowledge among those working in community regeneration. Web link
Homes for Scotland A lobby group for the house building industry in Scotland. Web link
Scottish Government Housing Information from the Scottish Government on housing policy, research and initiatives. Web link
Scottish Federation of Housing Associations The SFHA is the membership body for Scotland's Housing Associations. The SFHA currently represent 156 Housing Associations and 63 Local Housing Organisations. Web link
Horizon Housing Association Housing Association developing homes in Erskine. Web link
Elderpark Housing Association Local Housing Association in Govan. Partner to Central Govan Action Plan. Web link
Govan Housing Association Govan Housing Association is the oldest community based housing association in Scotland. Partner to Central Govan Action Plan and developer of East Govan and Ibrox Phase 1. Web link
Linthouse Housing Association Linthouse Urban Village is a project led by Linthouse Housing Association to improve the quality of the overall area by providing a cafe and gallery and improving the shosp and streetscape. Web link
Glasgow Housing Association The body which has taken over responsibility for running Glasgow's council housing. Responsible for areas of regeneration in waterfront areas including Govan, Ibrox, Gorbals and Scotstoun. Web link
Link Housing Associaton Housing Association working in Dalmuir and many other areas around Scotland. Web link
Partick Housing Association Partick HA are working with a range of partners to develop homes and small business premises in Partick. Web link
West of Scotland Housing Association Partners with Persimmon in the Bulldale Street development. Web link
Whiteinch and Scotstoun Housing Association Responsible for the Whiteinch Community Development which includes homes offices and a community centre. Web link
Renfrewshire Housing Association Renfrewshire council still manages their own council houses. link to information on housing in Renfrewshire. Web link
Glasgow's Housing Strategy Glasgow City Council has responsibility for shaping the future of housing provision within the city. The Council has assumed responsibility for funding housing association and private housing development in the city. Web link
Glasgow Homelessness Network Local partnership working with homeless people. Web link
West Dunbartonshire Council Housing West Dunbartonshire still manages their own council houses. This is a link to their housing pages. Web link
Alba Town Local housing developer specialising in the area around Glasgow Cross. Web link
Cala One of the first developers at Glasgow Harbour. With Miller also developed Lancefield Quay. Cala also build offices and are responsible for the Clydesdale Bank Exchange in the IFSD Web link
Cruden Homes Local builder and developer involved in Glasgow Green, Gorbals and Partick. Web link
Dandara A new company to Glasow they are currently building at Glasgow Harbour and City Wharf in Finnieston with plans to grow as a major Scottish builder. Web link
Elphinstone Leading the development of a new village on the west car park of SECC. Web link
FM Developments Projects include River Heights and Skyline Apartments in Finnieston. Web link
Gladedale The Gladedale group includes the former Bett Homes and is working in the BEST partnership in Renfrew and built Fusion in the IFSD. Web link
Miller Homes Developed the Friary in the Gorbals and now working in Ferry Village. Web link
Park Lane A local company Park Lane developed the easternmost part of Glasgow Harbour Phase 1, is working in partnership with Strathclyde Homes in Yoker and has plans for flats in Finnieston. Web link
Persimmon Developed the Bulldale Street site with hopusing association partners. Also built QE3 at Pacific Quay. Web link
Redrow A major national housebuilder, Redrow are one of the developers at Renfrew Riverside. Web link
Sovereign House Another of the developers at Renfrew Riverside. Web link
Strathclyde Homes Following on from work in the Merchant City Strathclyde Hiomes are involved in 3 waterfront developments. Clydebank, Yoker (with Park Lane) and Renfrew Riverside (with Gladedale). Web link
Taylor Wimpey (Bryant and Wimpey) Taylor Wimpey are a new company formed from the merger of Taylor Woodrow and Wimpey. As Bryant they are one of the developers at Glasgow Harbour. The Wimpey branch was the first developer to start at Renfrew Riverside. Web link
Scottish Council for Single Homeless Charity working to deal with homelessness in Scotland. Web link
Shelter National charity campaigning on housing and homelessness issues. Web link
Chartered Institute of Housing The CIH is the professional body for those working in housing. The site has information on careers and policy development in the provision of homes. Web link
Glasgow and Clyde Valley Structure Plan The joint committee which oversees the preparation of the Structure Plan commissions research on the demand for housing and makes regional predications about the number of new homes needed in west central Scotland. This site also explains what a Structure Plan is. Web link