Glasgow Housing Association
(GHA) is one of the largest social landlords
in the UK, with more than 50,000 tenants and 26,500 factored homeowners across Glasgow
Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) is a not-for-profit company created in 2003 by the then Scottish Executive for the purpose of owning and managing Glasgow's social housing stock. GHA took over ownership of Glasgow City Council’s housing stock after a ballot of tenants.
GHA’s stated aim is to provide better homes, better lives and a better Glasgow through providing warmer, safer and drier homes in safer, cleaner and more attractive communities.
Since initial stock transfer GHA has invested £1billion modernising tenants’ homes. The majority of homes have benefited from new kitchens and bathrooms, secured by design doors and windows, new roofs, overcladding and new central heating.
GHA has also built hundreds of new homes for social renting across the city. The first phase saw 259 homes built in the North of Glasgow. The majority of the new homes were rented to former tenants of the iconic Red Road high rise flats which are earmarked for demolition in the future. The second phase of more than 400 new homes are being built across nine sites.... Read More