Argyll Community Housing Association

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Glenn Campbell cuts the opening ribbon for Sealladh Loch Na Dala between two Islay whisky barrels with Kaylagh, granddaughter of new tenant Mrs Keogh Argyll Community Housing Association’s (ACHA) 350th new home was officially opened on Islay by BBC Scotland personality Glenn Campbell.

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(from left) David Rae (ACHA), Jennie Niven, David Phillips, Ian McIntyre, Bobby Beggs, Susan Morris (TIS) and Yvonne Angus (ACHA) Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) is celebrating after its ‘Your Voice’ tenants scrutiny group scooped the Most Inspiring Scrutiny Newcomer Award at the Ten

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Refurbishment work commencing at Croft Avenue, Oban Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has gone on site with a £300k investment for external re-cladding on its eight family homes at Croft Avenue in Oban.

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Rachael MacIndeor and George Williamson Two Modern Apprentices at Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) have undertaken a day course on routine playground inspections.

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Delegates contributing to the Q and A session Tenant delegates from all over Argyll attended a successful Tenants’ Conference hosted by Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) in Inveraray last week which focused on three participative strands.

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Councillor Roddy McCuish, ACHA’s company secretary and Iona MacPhail, ACHA’s regional manager with the staff and children from Soroba Nursery at the launch of the lease extension Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has extended leases for five years to two community organisations in the

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ACHA chair, Jim Milne, new tenants Lucy Williams Bale and Brian McMahon with their daughter Maisie and Eleanor Smith’s daughter and son Ceris Smith and Aidan Dunley, accompanied by Councillor Robin Currie and ACHA’s chief executive, Alastair MacGregor Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA)

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has published its 2016/17 landlord report, which shows 90 per cent of tenants satisfied with the Association's performance. The landlord report gives details of the Association’s performance in terms of quality and value of the service that should be pro

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Councillor Robin Currie officially opening ACHA’s new homes accompanied by Douglas Prophet, the Association’s vice-chair, Alastair MacGregor, chief executive, and new tenants Randolph Anderson and Darran Jamieson Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has officially opened its first new bui

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The biggest football game in Argyll for many years kicks off this afternoon at the Lochgilphead Joint Campus, between teams from Argyll and Bute Council and Argyll Community Housing Association. The match has been arranged to raise funds for the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy and will involve

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The Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) has published updated regulation plans for three registered social landlords (RSLs) as each undergo various changes within their organisations. The reports outline the level of engagement the Regulator will have with Abbeyfield Scotland, Argyll Community Housing

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Housing services from across Argyll will come together on the football pitch to help those who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Teams from Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) and Argyll and Bute Council will kick off at 4.00pm on Friday 28 July, at the all-weather sports pitch

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