Thenue is a Registered Social Landlord which means we are a "not for profit" landlord providing affordable housing to rent. They are registered with the Scottish Housing Regulator.
They own and manage housing in a number of communities across Glasgow: Bridgeton; Calton; Cranhill; Castlemilk; Dalmarnock and Blackhill and have some further properties scattered in other parts of Glasgow and the west of Scotland. Their stock is a mixture of new build houses and flats, built between the late 1970’s and the present day, Victorian sandstone tenements including a few listed buildings and 1930’s ‘interwar’ flats.
They now own and/or manage over 3,500 properties: 2,826 self-contained houses and flats to rent, 23 hostels and supported housing projects providing 175 bedspaces, around 80 shared ownership dwellings and we factor almost 600 additional units.
Their registered office is at 423 London Road, Glasgow. They employ over 60 staff and have a turnover of around £15 1/2 million.
Thenue operates in a group structure. Thenue Housing Association, which owns the housing, is the parent body with charitable status. Thenue Housing Services Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary company through which non-charitable consultancy work and potentially other activities are channelled. A charitable subsidiary, Calton Heritage & Learning Centre was created in 2013 to oversee the development of a new community centre and there is also the Thenue Trust which aims to attract charitable resources for the communities where we work.
They believe that their role is about more than bricks and mortar and are keen to engage with those living in our communities in ways which suit them. As part of their Community Regeneration strategy they offer several popular services to their tenants:
- Financial Inclusion
- Money Advice
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