John Devine appointed as ng homes’ new CEO as Robert Tamburrini retires
Following the recent recruitment process John Devine, former Deputy CEO (Regeneration) at ng homes, will take on the role of CEO in September 2021 as Robert Tamburrini retires after 28 years of service.
The Scottish Parliament’s Participation and Communities Team (PACT) are looking to inform the work of Committees between 2021 and 2026
PACT want to hear your views on the topics the Scottish Parliament should prioritise as Committees start working in Session 6.
Cut broadband bills in half with BT
4.6m households could take advantage of the ‘social tariff’ with BT and cut broadband bills in half
Take part in shaping the Tenant Participation Strategy
We are delighted to bring you this new updated Tenant Participation Strategy. We want our customers to be involved in designing the services they receive so that we create and deliver services that meet their needs, and our performance continually improves.
Vacancies to join ng homes Board
Interested in making North Glasgow a community where people can flourish and prosper? There are now vacancies to join ng homes' management Board.
Glasgow Lord Provost thanks businesses and volunteers supporting North Glasgow community during pandemic
Glasgow Lord Provost, Philip Braat, recently visited North Glasgow to meet with some amazing businesses, groups and volunteers to say ‘Thank You’ for supporting the community throughout the pandemic.
Macmillan @ Glasgow Libraries launches new cancer support phone service
A new cancer support service has launched to help people living with or beyond cancer, their family, friends or carers, and people who are bereaved.
Barclays support North Glasgow through the Pandemic
Barclays give a welcomed boost to North Glasgow with a funding award of £100,000 to support the community through the pandemic.
ng homes were chosen by a selection committee from Barclays for the meaningful work they are doing in supporting the immediate needs of people in communities, including low income families, those facing financial hardship, isolated elderly people and key workers.
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival
ng homes wishes you and your families the very best for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
The Full Moon Festival has the meaning of family union and friendship among people. Over the last 5 years we have been very happy to share the Festival celebrations with you in North Glasgow.
Everything is very different this year, however it is still a good time to reflect on the importance of family and frien
North Glasgow community welcome an afternoon tea treat
ng homes have teamed up with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), Police Scotland and local community organisations to provide and deliver afternoon teas to elderly residents and those who are shielding in the North Glasgow community.
Kind Glasgow woman donates handmade facemasks to Angels of the North
In North Glasgow we have an incredible group of volunteers who are supporting their local community. Working alongside ng homes, these ‘angels’ have been providing food parcels, preparing and delivering hot meals, helping uplift prescriptions and a whole lot more! When Briege, a young Glasgow woman, heard about this she wanted to help and got in touch with Margaret Fraser, Head of Regeneration at
Possilpark Traders rise to the Covid Challenge
Work has been ongoing over the past year on plans for Possilpark to become a Business Improvement District through funding and support from Scotland’s Towns Partnerships and hosted by ng homes. Driven by local traders, a steering group to take this forward has been formed with funds made available through the Scottish Government. One of the team’s early successes has been to secure funds from Glas
Christmas cheer comes to Possilpark
It was a festive morning in Possilpark with carolling by the Christmas tree on Saracen Street and gift-giving elves!
ng homes supports Challenge Poverty Week
As Challenge Poverty Week is underway it is time for us all to reflect on this issue which continues to be a growing problem within Scotland.
A number of years ago ng homes signed a Charter to Challenge Poverty along with other Housing Associations, with the aim to take action on areas to alleviate the impact of poverty on people’s lives, opportunities and health and wellbeing.
North Glasgow primary schools get active with On Our Marks project
On Our Marks visited Barmulloch Primary School along with Scottish Champion boxer Lynn Calder for a fun-filled day of physical activity.
Young people graduate from first Youth Activate course delivered in North Glasgow
Youth Activate was delivered for the first time in North Glasgow and many young people got involved in the Community Development programme.
ng homes' fundraising benefits local charities
Staff across the ng group contribute to two local charities.
Chinese community host an afternoon of culture for their Scottish neighbours
Members of the Glasgow Chinese Recreation Centre hosted a fantastic afternoon of music, dance and food at the Hawthorn Bowling Club.