A trio of new office bearers have been appointed at Cloch Housing Association following its Annual General Meeting (AGM) last week. The hybrid event took place on September 2022 both virtually and at Broomhill Community Hub.
Cloch Housing Association has appointed Alana Durnin to the post of chief executive. Following the resignation of former director, Paul McVey who is moving onto a new role in Glasgow, Mr Durnin will take up the new post at the end of October.
Funding will be made available to enable housing associations to buy back factored properties from eligible homeowners if they wish to become tenants, the Scottish Government has confirmed. Local housing associations can utilise funding available through the Scottish Government’s Affordable Ho
Cloch Housing Association, in partnership with Oak Tree Housing Association, is set to become the first company registered for a brand new Graduate Apprenticeship Framework run by Glasgow Caledonia University. The Graduate Apprenticeship will allow someone to work with Cloch's Shared Finance Service
Cloch Housing Association has enlisted the services of independent market research company, Research Resource, to carry out a full survey of its households looking at all the areas that will affect its tenants. The survey will take place during September and October and will be conducted by telephon
The Inverclyde Common Housing Register (ICHR), a partnership between Cloch, Oak Tree, Larkfield, Link and Sanctuary Scotland Housing Association, has now let 1,000 properties in Inverclyde through their digital choice based lettings website. The ICHR was established in 2012 and moved to a full
Cloch Housing Association has received confirmation that its new rules were registered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on April 1 to officially conclude the separation process from Oak Tree Housing Association. Since the SGM in December 2020, which followed a 95.5% favourable ballot to sepa
An overwhelming 95.5% of Cloch tenants who took part in a ballot have voted to to separate from Oak Tree Housing Association and restore its status as an independent housing association. After a summer long consultation, heavily restricted by the pandemic and subsequent lockdown, Cloch&rsq
Eleven housing association projects have received funding from the Scottish Government’s £1.5 million Homelessness Prevention Fund to support projects that contribute to reducing child poverty and preventing homelessness.