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Mar

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) updates and information for tenants

As a result of the continually developing outbreak of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), and in line with Government advice, we've made a number of changes to how we operate in order to control the spread of the virus and protect both you and our staff. We have set up a special web-page here, which is updated regularly, so please visit this to see the latest information for tenants. Some of the changes…
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  • Hillcrest and Abertay awarded £175k funding to support the local community through Covid challenges

    Posted: 10th July 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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  • Shining a spotlight on our Hillcrest heroes: maintenance

    Posted: 22nd June 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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  • Shining a light on Hillcrest’s heroes: development

    Posted: 17th June 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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  • Shining a light on Hillcrest’s heroes: IT

    Posted: 5th June 2020

    Five apprentices of stricken building contractor McGill have been given a second chance, with Hillcrest offering not just employment but also the opportunity to continue their apprenticeships. Painter and decorator Lee Alan, plumbers Andrew Fenwick and Ian Crighton, and electricians Lee Brannen and Lewis MacKenzie not only lost their jobs…

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