Angus Housing Association

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Bruce Forbes, director of Angus Housing Association for the last 24 years, has announced his plans to retire. The Association’s first ever employee, Bruce started work with Angus Housing Association (AHA) in 1995 when it had just over 300 houses in its ownership. When he leaves the Association

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Cairn Housing Association has completed a new housing development at Railton Crescent in Arbroath. The development helps Cairn deliver on its ambitious five year development programme which is projected to see 400 new homes built across Scotland.

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Proposals by Angus Housing Association (AHA) to increase rents by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation only of 2.4% from April 2019 onwards has had a positive response from its tenants. The increase compares favourably with the recently announced higher than inflation increases of 3.5% in the An

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Members of Angus Housing Association with DJ Laing Homes managing director, Karen Nicoll Angus Housing Association and DJ Laing Homes marked the latest stage in their partnership building new homes for rent when they handed over the keys to a new 3 bedroom home in Carnoustie to a delighted new tenan

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Bruce Forbes Recalling a recent experience of a centralised call centre, Angus Housing Association director, Bruce Forbes, asks whether they can effectively offer the type of service to tenants that housing associations were set up to provide.

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Angus Housing Association chairman Elizabeth Whitson and Angus Council Provost Ronnie Proctor flanked by Mark and Robin Guild from developer Guild Homes Angus Council Provost, Ronnie Proctor, officially opened Angus Housing Association’s 20 house development at Restenneth Fields in Forfar last wee

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Elizabeth Whitson (rear) making the presentation to Sheena Welsh Elizabeth Whitson has been elected as the new chairman of Angus Housing Association and her first act in her new capacity was to make a presentation to outgoing chairman Sheena Welsh, who has stepped down after five years in the role.

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Angus Housing Association has been given the green light to progress the delivery of 42 new homes on the site of a former Dundee primary school. An investment of up to £5 million will see a mix of 30 houses and cottage flats for the affordable rental sector, managed by Angus Housing Association, as

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