Argyll Community Housing Association

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has opened 32 new homes for rent in Helensburgh. The new site in the centre of Helensburgh, Castle Wood Court, has a total value of just under £5 million. The Scottish Government, ACHA and Argyll and Bute Council all financially contributed to the bu

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has completed roof and roughcast improvements to its homes in Luss. The village, located at the gateway to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, is famous for the TV series Take The High Road and is one of the busiest visitor destinations in Arg

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has launched its new grounds maintenance team after deciding to bring the works in-house. The Association, which has extensive areas of land throughout Argyll and Bute located and neighbouring its 5,100 properties, said the move will help deliver its strat

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The Board of Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has approved a budget for 2019/20 which will see an investment of £15.8 million in the Association’s stock of 5,100 homes. The outlay is broken down into £9.6m of capital investment, £3.9m in reactive repairs and £

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has completed the first phase of a £5 million housing development at Castle Wood Court in Helensburgh. Earlier this month, the development received a Secure by Design Award from Police Scotland.

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has held its annual Tenants’ and Members’ Conference in Inveraray. The conference focused on three key themes; getting involved, planning services for the future and rents and value for money. Breakout sessions focused on ideas and priorities g

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has received a Secure by Design Award by Police Scotland for its new build development at Castle Wood Court in Helensburgh. The new build comprises 32 units at a construction value of just under £5 million. Funding has come from the Scottish Governme

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Brendan O’Hara, MP for Argyll and Bute, has cut the first turf on the site of ten new homes in Garelochhead to launch Argyll Community Housing Association’s (ACHA’s) Passivhaus housing development. The Passivhaus standard builds homes to a very high standard of energy efficiency wh

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Councillor Donnie MacMillan BEM cut the turf to start Argyll Community Housing Association’s new build development in the village of Kilmartin in Mid Argyll. The development of four two bedroom semi-detached homes will be built by local firm MacLeod Construction of Lochgilphead and will take a

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Six apprentices from Argyll Community Housing Association worked in partnership with three apprentices from West Highland Housing Association to take part in a five-day course with the Outward Bound Trust at Loch Eil, Fort William. The apprentice-specific course was designed to help them build their

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has successfully secured a decree for eviction against a convicted drug dealer at Oban Sherriff Court. The party concerned was an ACHA tenant, living in one of the Association’s properties in Miller Road, Oban, next to Oban High School. The eviction

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Pupils from Strone Primary School receive a cheque for £1,000 for their outdoors project from ACHA Board member, Bruce Marshall, and chief executive, Alastair MacGregor A panel made up of staff from Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) and Argyll and Bute Council has completed an evaluation

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ACHA’s Board of management following the AGM Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) held its twelfth Annual General Meeting in Inveraray last month which saw the appointment of the Board of management.

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