Hub West Scotland



Works starts on new affordable homes at Tom Johnston House site

Work has begun on a brand new affordable housing development located on the site of the former Tom Johnston House in Kirkintilloch.

Published 14 September 2020

West of Scotland Housing Association given green light for Glasgow’s largest Passivhaus development

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) has received planning consent from Glasgow City Council for its landmark Passivhaus social housing development in Glasgow’s East End.

Published 21 July 2020

Two weeks to go: hub West Scotland in urgent call for warm winter jackets and wellies for Glasgow children living in poverty

With two weeks remaining of its Winter Warmer Appeal, hub West Scotland (hWS) is calling for companies to provide Glasgow children living in poverty with new warm winter jackets and wellington boots.

Published 22 November 2019

Concept designs approved for social housing on former East Dunbartonshire Council HQ site

Plans to build 87 affordable homes on the site of the former headquarters of East Dunbartonshire Council in Kirkintilloch have moved one step closer with the approval of concept designs.

Published 11 June 2019

hub West Scotland launches housing model

A housing model has been created to deliver more affordable housing within the West of Scotland.

Published 11 March 2019

Residents to be consulted on plans for 90 affordable homes in Kirkintilloch

Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to build around 90 affordable homes in Kirkintilloch at a public event.

Published 18 February 2019

hub West Scotland appoint CCG, Cruden, Engie and Lovell as delivery partners

hub West Scotland (hWS) has named CCG, Cruden, Engie (formerly Keepmoat) and Lovell as its new housing delivery partners.

Published 13 August 2018

hub West Scotland helps provide winter jackets to Glasgow City Mission

Over 70 winter jackets have been donated to homeless men in and around Glasgow thanks to a Christmas Appeal launched by hub West Scotland.

Published 20 December 2016