Cloch Housing Association

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Landlords on the Inverclyde Common Housing Register (ICHR) can start to advertise their available properties again as the coronavirus lockdown measures have been eased in Scotland.  Due to the pandemic, the ICHR landlords Cloch, Oak Tree, Larkfield, Link and Sanctuary have been unable to carry

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Cloch Housing Association is to hold a ballot of its tenants to gain support with its bid to separate from parent organisation Oak Tree Housing Association.

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After achieving the Customer Service Excellence Award last year, Cloch Housing Association has passed its first annual review and attained Compliance Plus awards for three different aspects of the business; culture, complaints and communication. Compliance plus is a way an organisation can demonstra

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A consortium which represents housing associations based in East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and Renfrewshire is to host a Meet the Buyer event for its highly successful property investment and maintenance related Framework for 2020 - 2024. The i-Flair consortium published a Prior Information Notice (P

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A unique project where customers of Cloch Housing Association can hire electric bikes free of charge was visited by cabinet secretary for transport, infrastructure and connectivity, Michael Mathieson, this week. The Inverclyde Ebike Sharing Project is a collaboration between Community Tracks Invercl

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Cloch Housing Association has teamed up with Inverclyde Community Development Trust to pilot Inverclyde’s first eBike Sharing Scheme. Launching this June, the Inverclyde eBike Sharing Scheme will offer current Cloch Housing Association tenants the opportunity to try out eBikes to travel around

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Cloch Housing Association is to cease developing and delivering Care & Repair and the Small Repairs Service for Inverclyde Council, bringing an end to an 18-year partnership. From April 1 the service will be delivered by another organisation after a 42% budget cut from the local authority proved

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Six of Cloch Housing Association’s customer service staff have passed their recent Omfax Repair Reporting Course with flying colours. Designed to improve the skills and knowledge of front line staff who take and monitor reactive repairs, this comprehensive online course proved challenging and

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Cloch Housing Association has announced a four-year contract with MPS. Previously known as Mitie, the new contractor will handle most of Cloch’s reactive maintenance and voids work across the social landlord’s stock of 1,390 properties and the associated common areas.

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Cloch Housing Association has prepared a draft document outlining how it will engage with its customers and is now consulting to explore whether it is going to be fit for purpose. The strategy explores how the Association and customers can work together to improve services and considers what further

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