Thenue Housing Association
Thenue Housing Association

Charity registered in Scotland SC032782

We are committed to developing, managing and maintaining a range of affordable, quality housing in sustainable communities. Working with our people, we aim to improve all our services and grow deep community roots.

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Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th February 2021

Thenue Housing is a Registered Social Landlord and charity owning nearly 3000 properties and provides a factoring service to a further 600 owner/occupiers. Our properties are located in Bridgeton, Calton, Cranhill, Castlemilk, Dalmarnock, Scotstoun, Baillieston and Blackhill.

We are committed to developing, managing and maintaining a range of affordable, quality housing and sustainable communities. The Board is responsible for running the Association’s affairs and plays an important role in developing our various communities. It provides strategic leadership, sets objectives, exercises scrutiny and monitors and evaluates the organisation’s business in order to deliver continued improvements for our customers.

Thenue Communitiesis a wholly-owned charitable subsidiary of Thenue Housing. Managing two community centres, Calton Heritage & Learning Centre (CHLC) based in Calton and Netherholm Community Hall based in Netherholm.

To enhance the strength and diversity of Thenue Housing and Thenue Communities boards, we are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a passion for making a difference to local communities.

We are particularly keen to hear from people with skills, knowledge and experience as follows:

·Social Enterprise

As a charity we consider ourselves a social enterprise that exists primarily to benefit our communities (rather than shareholders or owners) and are commercially viable with a purpose of generating social impact. Having this philosophy on our Board will help to make us more diverse and stronger.

·Maintenance and asset management

Qualified staff with extensive experience in asset management are employed, however, this is an area we wish to strengthen on the Board, especially with regard to domestic and housing related strategic oversight.


An individual with a specific legal background to help the association to continue to grow and develop in this particular area.

Diverse Boards are vital to our ongoing success and we particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups.

This role is voluntary and unpaid with reasonable out of pocket expenses being paid. Support will be given in the role through ongoing training, development and mentoring.