Bridgewater Housing Association opens new office

Bridgewater Housing Association opens new office

Chairperson John Paterson and Gavin Newlands MP cut the ribbon to the new office

Bridgewater Housing Association (BHA) has celebrated the grand opening of its new office at India of Inchinnan.

The event on 24th November was attended by staff, board members, tenants, and invited guests. The office was officially opened by Gavin Newlands MP and the Association’s chairperson, John Paterson.

The new office is located at the iconic art deco India of Inchinnan building on Greenock Road, Inchinnan and is a modern facility that will provide BHA with the space it needs to continue to provide high-quality services to its tenants and other customers.

Bridgewater Housing Association opens new office

India of Inchinnan

The new office features a number of amenities, including meeting areas, kitchen facilities and a larger board and training room. As well as providing staff with a modern and comfortable working environment, the new facility offers visitors and tenants a much-improved experience with new interview space, a bigger and more open reception area, as well as guest Wi-Fi.

In his speech, Gavin Newlands MP spoke about how the new office demonstrated BHA’s long-term commitment to the local community and commented on the Association’s pledge to continuously improve the services that it offers. After cutting the ribbon, guests were free to walk about the new office and see the facilities that staff now enjoy.

“We are very excited to be in our new office,” said Andy Thomson, chief executive officer of BHA. Our new offices were created so our staff can deliver the highest standards of customer service close to the communities we serve. We are also delighted to play our part in supporting the redevelopment of such an iconic building for the local area and would like to thank Inchinnan Capital Investments for enabling us to move to the new office.”

“We are proud of our new office, and we are confident that it will be a valuable asset to our organisation,” said chairperson, John Paterson.

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