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Three disabled women, represented www.bepspoken.me at the UK’s largest disability exhibition, thanks to housing association Blackwood.
Blackwood Homes today announced an ambitious and extensive planned maintenance programme which will see hundreds of tenants receive upgrades to their homes over the next three years.
Tenants from Blackwood Homes’ development in Wishaw have thanked Trust Housing Association for providing them with accommodation, when strong winds damaged their apartments earlier this year.
A father and son from Uddingston who took over gardening work from a private contractor have scooped an award for transforming the gardens in their street.
All Blackwood Homes tenants will be receiving a winter weather leaflet very shortly! The leaflet will outline what our plans are for this winter, what our responsibilities are as your Landlord and how you can prepare your home to make sure it is protected against the cold.
A Blackwood Homes tenant has claimed victory after Glasgow council bosses took action to level the pavements around his home and set up a special route for people in wheelchairs.
Edward Stanton, of Anderston, pushed for the city’s first proper wheelchair route after years of manoeuvring around broken and uneven pavements and dangerous large kerbs near his home.
The 72-year-old, who was born with a disability and has always used a wheelchair, said: “I wanted to make it easier for people in Glasgow who use a wheelchair to get around independently.
The summer/autumn issue of Blackwood's new tenant newsletter is out now!
The Tenants' Information Service (TIS) is delighted to announce the third Frances Nelson MBE Award in memory of Frances Nelson MBE. This award was introduced in 2009 to commemorate the contribution which Frances made to the tenants' movement in Dundee and throughout Scotland.
As you will probably know, Scotland’s 2011 Census is on Sunday 27 March. The census will shape the lives of everyone in Scotland. The results help to plan services for people with disabilities or long-term health conditions and help to provide funding for vital services such as health care and education for people who speak English as a second language.
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