Nevis Mews, a new £740,000 housing development built by Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association, was officially opened by Dave Thompson MSP on Monday 6 October.
Tenants of Hanover’s housing developments from across Scotland came together on Tuesday 26 August for the housing association’s first ever Tenants’ Conference, held at the Strathclyde Hilton in Bellshill.
Hanover (Scotland) Housing Association has achieved the Investors in Diversity (IiD) Stage 2 standard from the National Centre for Diversity.
Hanover becomes one of the first housing associations to introduce the voluntary living wage.
Hanover said goodbye to outgoing Chairperson Bunty Fowler in March after she retired from her role, and bids a warm welcome to Mike Martin as her successor.
The drizzle certainly didn’t dampen spiritis when Housing Minister Margaret Burgess cut the ribbon at Chantinghall Gardens in Hamilton, to mark Hanover’s latest housing development officially open.
Hanover, Trust and Bield housing associations have jointly published a new book doumenting the struggles and achievements of older minority ethnic people who came to Scotland as immigrants more than half a century ago.
Professor Geoff Palmer, member of Hanover’s Committee of Management has received a knighthood in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.