Business overview



Castle Rock Edinvar is one of Scotland's leading housing associations and a Scottish Charity.

We own and manage over 8000 homes and work with over 8000 customers across 8 local authority areas. We work closely with a subsidiary company to achieve our vision.

We take a strong leadership and business approach in everything we do. We're an ethically minded green organisation - tackling environmental challenges through our energy strategy.

Our vision

Ensuring successful places and enabling people to reach their potential in Scotland. Our strategic priorities are to:

  • Create places where people will choose to live
  • Increase affordable housing opportunities
  • Provide highly regarded and effective customer focused services in our neighbourhoods

Regulation, performance and financial reports

We're regulated by the Scottish Housing Regulator. You can access all the information SHR has on us, such as the new landlord reports, our full Charter return and how our performance compares to others.


Our EastHeat project with Sunamp won the Residential Energy Management Project award at the October 2016 Solar Power Portal Awards. 

In July Tudsbury Court picked up a commendation at the 2016 Saltire Society Housing Design Awards for Landscaping in Housing.

Our Fortune Place development won the Development of the Year (Age Exclusive) award at the Scottish Home Awards in June 2016.

Fortune Place also won the Best Healthcare Scheme award and a special commendation for Scotland at the planning and Placemaking Awards in June 2016.

In May 2016 Fortune Place received a special commendation for Affordable Housing Development of the Year at the Homes for Scotland Awards.


Castle Rock Edinvar is created from three organisations - Edinvar Housing Association, Castle Rock Housing Association and Capital City Homes.

  • Castle Rock formed in 1968
  • Edinvar formed in 1973
  • Capital City Homes formed as a subsidiary of Places for People in 2001.

Edinvar joined the Places for People Group as a subsidiary in 2001. Castle Rock transferred to Edinvar in August 2005 and the name changed to Castle Rock Edinvar.

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