Our congratulations to Kay Saville-Smith for receiving an honour in the Queens Birthday Honours. Great to see her important housing research over many decades acknowledged in this way. Kay has been a friend and supporter of Dwell for many years and we have had the privilege of being involved in many of her research projects.
May 2018 - Treasurer position
Our outgoing treasurer, Jon Holmes, is at the end of his maximum six year term so we are now seeking his successor.
Our new treasurer will play a crucial role in Dwell’s development and growth plans. You’ll be a key board member helping us ensure we have fit-for-purpose financial strategies and financial management to support Dwell’s services, growth and our continued success.
You’ll have extensive financial skills, be business savvy with a social heart, a sound strategic thinker, a strong people person and a great team player. You will have a track record as a board member so a good knowledge of governance, and a commitment to community housing.
To apply please email Alison by 8am on 25 May 2018 with:
Your up-to-date CV showing your full career history and governance experience
A brief supporting statement detailing how you are a good candidate for treasurer
Our intern Ingrid Downey talks about Dwell and her time with us.
April 2018 - New finance manager
We were lucky to have Renee Cowley, pictured on the far right, join our team as our finance manager this month.
March 2018 - Construction of new housing project begins
Wilson Building have started work on our new housing project in Kilbirnie. Dwell is delighted that work to provide more homes for those in need has begun. More information on our new development can be found on our project page.
Dwell Housing Trust provides affordable, quality housing for people in need or on a low income. We are more than a landlord - we ensure our tenants have access to the support they need and want to live well, do well and be well.