Argyll Community Housing Association appoints new director of investment & regeneration
Kirsteen McGinn has joined Argyll Community Housing Association as director of investment & regeneration.
Kirsteen will have responsibility for the Association’s capital and repairs investment in its 5,150 homes and the 250 unit new build programme, as well as being a member of the senior management team.
Joining ACHA from Maryhill Housing Association in Glasgow, Kirsteen has previously worked at River Clyde Homes, Rutherglen and Cambuslang Housing Association and Shettleston Housing Association. Kirsteen brings 20 years’ experience in the sector to her new role.
Alastair MacGregor, ACHA’s chief executive, said: “I welcome Kirsteen to ACHA and I look forward to working with her to deliver the Association’s ambitious plans for continuing investment in our current housing stock and the delivery of our new build programme, which hopes to deliver 250 new units by 2021.”
Kirsteen McGinn added: “I am looking forward to the opportunity to build on the successes ACHA has already achieved in Argyll providing high quality affordable homes and ensuring that we continue to deliver our aspirations for the future.”
ACHA’s annual investment programme for capital works, repairs and new build amounts to £17 million.