Following a recent Tenant Satisfaction Survey we have produced a document showing a breakdown of responses. This survey results breakdown is available here.
Please enjoy this short booklet that documents the events and projects Grove CommunityHousing Association organised and held for its tenants during 2019 and 2020. Although both busy years with a lot of unforeseen global events to contend with, GCHA strove toensure residents felt heard, safe, involved and part of their local community. Here’s to offering even more […]
NI Water is calling for urgent action from everyone to reduce their water usage immediatelyfollowing an amber warning for heat. Please reduce unnecessary use to protect supplies. If everyone simply uses the waterthey actually need, there will be plenty for everyone. Due to the hot weather and people holidaying at home, demand is outstripping supply.We […]
We are pleased to publish our Strategic Plan for the years 2020-2023, which can be downloaded here.
Grove is working with the City Council, the Housing Executive and local politicians to bring forward a scheme for 24 social housing homes on the former Grove Primary School site on North Queen Street. Whilst the details are not all settled, things are looking positive for this to go ahead.
Grove had been looking at the land it owns between Ritchie Street and Ivan Street and secured funding from Belfast City Council and the Alpha Programme to create a community garden on both an open paved area and on a grassed area between the terraces. Groundwork NI was the consultant for the scheme. The funding […]
Grove Housing Association was formed in 1977 and to commemorate this the Association has produced a booklet titled “Our First Forty Years”. Grove’s Chairperson, Mr Philip Oliver, says in the foreword: “I am delighted to present this special publication which charts the history, progress and achievements of this organisation through the decades. I trust that for those […]