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IRVINE HOUSING ASSOCIATION. An Overview 27 st October 2011 Frank Boyle. History. Established in 1993 by Irvine Development Corporation (IDC) Stakeford , Dumfries in 1999 Coylebank , Drongan in 2004 HAG Programme since 2003. Irvine Harbourside. Irvine Harbourside.

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irvine housing association

IRVINE HOUSING ASSOCIATION

An Overview

27st October 2011

Frank Boyle

history
History
  • Established in 1993

by Irvine Development Corporation (IDC)

  • Stakeford, Dumfries in 1999
  • Coylebank, Drongan in 2004
  • HAG Programme since 2003
current operation
Current Operation
  • 2188 homes (397 in Dumfries)
  • £7.2 m. turnover
  • 53 staff (45 FTE)
  • Now part of the Riverside Group
  • £45.9 Million Investment 2010/11 (component replacement)
  • Provide homes to 85,000 people
  • Built 2000 homes over the past 3 years
current projects
Current Projects
  • Seconded to NAC to write an older people’s housing strategy (3 days per week)
  • Working towards the construction of two pilot sustainable healthy houses – in conjunction with
    • Assist Architects
    • Rambol UK
    • The University of Strathclyde