River Clyde Homes
River Clyde Homes has joined forces with Morton in the Community to provide free football camps for children in Port Glasgow.
Published 26 August 2019
Staff members at River Clyde Homes who had threatened to take industrial action over a dispute regarding working conditions have called off the action after an agreement was reached with management.
Published 11 July 2019
Money raised from a clothing drive organised by River Clyde Homes has been donated to two Greenock primary schools.
Published 4 July 2019
A new partnership in Inverclyde will see housing support services for tenants at Cloch Housing Association’s Elliott Court sheltered complex provided by River Clyde Homes.
Published 1 July 2019
River Clyde Homes’ new Community Caretaking Service for multi-storey customers has been launched.
Published 28 June 2019
An innovative urban regeneration project in Greenock has been hailed a success in a report published by the University of Stirling.
Published 26 June 2019
River Clyde Homes has signed up to the Chartered Institute of Housing’s 'Make a Stand' pledge to support people in the Inverclyde community who experience domestic abuse.
Published 20 June 2019
A beneficiary of a River Clyde Homes initiative that offers incentives to help people get started in their new homes in Inverclyde has agreed to share his story.
Published 27 May 2019
Inverclyde-based housing association River Clyde Homes has been awarded the Silver Level National Award for Environmental Excellence from Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Published 22 May 2019
River Clyde Homes has unveiled the details of its multi-million pound investment plans for housing in Inverclyde.
Published 9 May 2019
Plans to build more than 220 flats and houses on the site of the former St Stephen’s High School in Port Glasgow have been approved.
Published 29 March 2019
The Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland (TPAS Scotland) has awarded River Clyde Homes with gold accreditation for Excellence in Tenant Participation.
Published 7 February 2019
River Clyde Homes evicts tenants after zero tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour and drug dealing
Tenants of River Clyde Homes have been evicted for anti-social behaviour and a conviction for drug dealing.
Published 4 February 2019
Customers of River Clyde Homes were given a festive treat this year with the third annual winter parties taking place in both Greenock and Port Glasgow.
Published 3 January 2019
Kevin Stewart, minister for local government, housing and planning, visited Slaemuir in Port Glasgow to hand over the final house of a new £5 million 28-home development to its new resident.
Published 23 November 2018