Thenue Housing has always gone beyond our core housing. We recognise that adopting a holistic approach to regenerating communities through a variety of activities not only builds safe, strong and sustainable communities but also has a positive impact on core business activity such as housing management and maintenance.
We know that many of our customers are facing increasing challenges such as welfare reform, securing employment, living in the digital age, lack of opportunities and health inequality. Our activities focus on outcomes and put communities first, involving local residents and empowering communities to take action themselves.
Choices for Change
Choices for Change is a Big Lottery funded personal development course which helps local people to improve their confidence and self-esteem and learn new skills.
The course is delivered locally, in community venues and runs 3 days per week for 10 weeks. Attendance will not affect participants’ benefits and we have limited childcare places available for participants with young children. Participants are supported to achieve their own goals, whether that is to volunteer, find work, get more involved in their community, or make better health choices.
Course content includes computer skills, personal development and REHIS (Royal Environmental Health in Scotland) Food Hygiene certificates through Glasgow Kelvin College as well as fun, informal activities to promote general health and wellbeing, such as energy advice, stress management and visits to local places of interest.
If you are interested in attending one of our courses or for more information please contact:
or call 0141 550 3581 and ask to speak to a member of the Community Regeneration Team.
CLIC (Connecting Locally, Informing Communities)
CLIC is a community project that helps local people to improve their digital skills, budgeting skills and manage their household energy.
We can support you:
- Manage your energy usage
- Understand your fuel bills
- Understand your smart meter or boiler controls
- Use your heating effectively
- Use the internet to your advantage
- Keep yourself safe online
- Keep your digital device in working order
- Learn how to use a tablet, smartphone or laptop
- Save money online
- CV writing
- Applying for work online
- Interview preparation
Pop in and see us
Our drop-in sessions run weekly. You don’t need to make an appointment, just pop in when it suits you.
Netherholm Community Hall, 4 Holmbyre Terrace, Castlemilk, G45 9PY
Wednesday 10am - 12pm
Calton Heritage & Learning Centre, 423 London Road, Glasgow, G40 1AG
Friday 10am - 12pm
71 Main Street (Common Room), Bridgeton, Glasgow, G40 1QB
Calton Retirement Housing, 35 Tureen Street, Glasgow, G40 2HG
Cranhill Development Trust, 109 Bellrock Street, Glasgow, G33 3HE
We work with youth work provider Urban Fox to support children and young people aged 5 – 18 years old in Netherholm, Castlemilk to provide a range of activities.
The activities involve team sports, provision of advice and information on issues as diverse as healthy eating, alcohol and smoking cessation as well as participating in Youth Achievement Awards.
80 children and young people/year are helped to:-
- increase their physical activity
- increase their confidence
- improve their diet
- reduce their anti-social behaviour
- reduce their alcohol and tobacco use
We believe that listening and working with you will help us both on the road to real tenant empowerment.
The Resident Empowerment Scrutiny Team (REST) is a group of around 12-15 tenants with the powers to review information and make recommendations for improvement to our services. To date they have scrutinised our Anti-Social Behaviour, Rent Setting and Allocation policies and procedures making recommendations to our Board of Management for improvement.
The group is supported by a representative from the Tenants Information service.
It is very important that all areas are represented on the Tenant Scrutiny Panel, if you would like to get involved or find out more please contact us using the contact details below:
- Phone on 0141 550 3581
- Email us at
We believe that regenerating communities can only work and be sustainable with the active involvement of the people who live there. We work closely with local residents in identifying local priorities and in developing ways of tackling local issues.
We work and have formal agreements with 3 local Area Associations:
- Bridgeton & Dalmarnock Area Association
- Cranhill Area Association
- Netherholm Area Association
If you are interested in joining one of the associations or would like more information please contact us using the details above
We also work in partnership with a range of local groups to develop community-led projects to improve our local communities. If you want to get involved in your local community and make a difference please get in touch.