Copperworks Housing Association is registered charity that owns and manages 271 homes.  We are managed by a voluntary Management Committee comprising of 13 local residents who employ staff to carry out the day to day work of the Association.

We are based in Royston in the North East of Glasgow.  The map below shows where the Association is based.


We are a not for profit organisation and exist to provide high quality housing and associated services in an efficient and friendly way.  Any surpluses made are re-invested in our properties and used to ensure the sustainability of our homes and the continued provision of high quality services.

Whilst our business focus is on housing, we know that a range of other local services are essential to ensure the best possible quality of life for our customers.  We therefore work closely with others, building relationships and strategic partnerships to maximise benefits for the local community.

The Association is governed by a Management Committee, where members work in a voluntary capacity to oversee the running of the organisation and make key strategic decisions. The Management Committee is mainly made up of local people who have been elected by members at the Annual General Meetings held in September of each year. There are currently 13 members on the Management Committee who meet on a regular basis to attend to the business of the Association. Our achievements are underpinned by the skills, knowledge and experience of our Committee members where they undertake training to meet the requirements of their role and effectively manage the Association.

Sincere thanks go to the Co-operative and Business Development Fund at Glasgow City Council who funded the development of this site.

Latest News

  • Annual General Meeting 2017

  • Royston's First Tea Dance

    ROYSTON TEA DANCE ………………. What a success!  We held our first tea dance on Thursday 1st of June in the Blue Roof and what a day we had!  We were delighted to be entertained by Christian, who was as fabulous as ever taking us all back over the years with his wide variety of music.  We also had an amazing “ally cat” and a super “slosh” and such a great time was had by all.  Delicious cakes and sandwiches were on display and we even had a wee game of bingo in between ……. fantastic! Again we would like to say a very big thank you to Christian for coming along and being part of our fabulous community event and thank you to everyone who attended and supported us.   As a result of the very positive feed-back we received from everyone, we are looking to host another dance in September …………….. so watch this space.
  • Membership Policy: Update

                                                              MEMBERSHIP POLICY 2017       We recently undertook a review of our Membership Policy. As part of this we asked our residents to consider taking part in the review process, which we advertised via our newsletter, facebook and twitter. After some consideration the policy has been reviewed and after careful consideration by our Managment Committee, this policy has now been updated. This policy is now available via the downloads section of this website or copies can be requested from the office. Should you require a copy of the new updated policy, please contact Mary at the office on 0141 552 7477.    
  • Project Pamper 2017

  • Triangle Space Regeneration

    In partnership with other members of the Royston Strategy Group, Copperworks HA have the opportunity of accessing Scottish Land Fund money to buy the areas of currently unused and neglected ground next to Roystonhill, Rosemount and Millburn Street, and the old tennis court site opposite the Millburn Centre. This would enable the joint development of the land for community benefit. We would be grateful if you could complete a short survey to support this project and your preferences for the re-use of the space. The  survey form is available here in our downloads section or in the office, or if you prefer give us a phone at the office and we will complete the form with your opinions and submit on your behalf. Your opinion is valued, so please take part in the survey.