Linthouse Housing Association

    housing association

  • Housing associations in the United Kingdom are independent not-for-profit bodies that provide low-cost “social housing” for people in housing need. Any trading surplus is used to maintain existing homes and to help finance new ones.
  • Non-profit making (voluntary) bodies which build and manage affordable rented accommodation.
  • in the UK, non-profit organizations offering a third ‘way’ outside of the traditional housing provision of the private sector and local government. Originally set up to provide rental accommodation they now also offer a way for people to become owners.


  • Linthouse is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated south of the River Clyde. It is immediately west of Govan, and although it is often referred to locally as ‘Govan’ due to its closeness, it is in fact a distinct area (although it is part of Greater Govan, which is an

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[8139] Necropolis : Shipbuilders of Linthouse

[8139] Necropolis : Shipbuilders of Linthouse
Glasgow Necropolis.

Sir Alexander Murray Stephen (1892-1974), Lord Lieutenant County of Lanark.
James Frederick Stephen (1923-1993), Life President of Central Govan Housing Association..

Linthouse Vennel, Irvine, Ayrshire

Linthouse Vennel, Irvine, Ayrshire
Housing association buildings, completed in 1996, but designed to look a lot older. A beautiful, but strangely Disney-esque, area of the town, just down from Asda and the train station.