Wishaw & District tenants say ‘YES’ to transfer to Trust
Wishaw & District Housing Association (WDHA) tenants have resoundingly backed the proposed transfer into Trust Housing Association with 97.3% voting YES to the proposal. The ballot was open for 29 days with an impressive 97.3% of tenants taking the opportunity to cast their vote and make their voice heard.
Wishaw & District Partnership – Positive Tenant Feedback
We reached another significant milestone at the end of June with the conclusion of the formal Stage 1 consultation period. We sent out the Stage 1 Notice to all Wishaw & District Housing Association (WDHA) tenants at the end of May which outlined our offer and what it means for them.
Happy to Translate celebrates Community Champions
Happy to Translate held their first open event for members at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall, Glasgow on 26 October 2018.
Changes to your tenancy agreement
Your tenancy agreement with Trust Housing Association will be changed by the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014. We've created a leaflet that tells you about the changes to your tenancy rights.
Latest Care Inspectorate grades are a 5
We're delighted to receive ratings of 'Very Good' for our Quality of care and support, Quality of staffing and Quality of management and leadership.
New voice for Scotland's Ethnic Minority Older People
To give Scotland’s ethnic minority older people a stronger voice, the new Scottish Ethnic Minority Older People Forum has been created to engage with, encourage and support ethnic minority older people to become effective leaders and advocates for themselves, their families and their communities.
Double award win
June is shaping up to be a promising month for Trust, after winning two awards.
Happy to Translate wins UK’s Most Innovative Initiative of the Year
Trust Housing Association’s Happy to Translate has been awarded the UK’s Most Innovative EDI (Equality, Diversity & Inclusion) Initiative of the Year 2017.
Future-proofing our housing stock for an ageing population
Official projections are that the population of Scots aged 65 or older will rise by 53% from 969,000 in 2014 to almost 1.5 million by 2039. A growing number of older people are living with complex conditions such as dementia. People’s expectations for later life are also changing with most aspiring to live independent lives for as long as possible.
Our tenants talking about their homes
Tenant's at our mid market rent development at Kirkintilloch, tell us what they think about their homes.