We have more than 2,500 general needs and supported homes in Glasgow.

The majority of these properties are in Toryglen, Anderston and Priesthill.

A woman speaking with a Sanctuary Scotland employee on her living room sofa.

Sanctuary’s dedication to improving homes in Anderston, Glasgow, has been recognised at four awards ceremonies.

Sanctuary Scotland has regenerated the Anderston community with a £60 million project which provides quality new homes and amenity spaces.

The project’s achievements include:

Please click here to visit the Glasgow Council website if you wish to:

  • Pay your Council Tax
  • View your Council Tax band
  • Apply for a Council Tax discount, exemption or Housing Benefit

Glasgow City Council runs a bulk refuse collection service for household items too big for your bin.

Things too bulky or awkward for normal collection can also be taken to your nearest public refuse site.

Please click here to visit the Glasgow Council website for more information.

Click here to visit the Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) website, which lists details of your nearest CAS office.

 A Sanctuary Scotland resident stood in his garden laughing with a member of staff.