Clydebank Housing Association

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Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has appointed Sinéad Farrell as its new customer and corporate services manager. CHA is the largest community-controlled housing association in West Dunbartonshire with 1,129 tenants, 40 sharing owners, 600 factored owners and over 900 waiting list applican

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The staff at Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) have been spreading kindness and Christmas cheer in the past few weeks. CHA housing officer, Lynne McGeachan, recently visited tenant Annie ‘Nan’ Rice on the occasion of her 100th birthday to pass on flowers and good wishes. Nan credited g

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Clydebank Housing Association helped contribute to a recent virtual event on the changes to the Scottish Tolerable Standard, gaining clarification and examining implementation. Introduced in 2019 as a direct result of recent fire tragedies, the new Tolerable Standard details requirements f

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Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has launched a newsletter specifically for its contractors. The aim of the newsletter is to share good news such as compliments, community benefits and apprenticeship successes alongside performance and complaints information in order to improve performance in ser

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Clydebank Housing Association has announced the appointment of Lynette Lees as its new chief executive following the imminent departure of Sharon Keenan after 35 years’ service. Ms Lees brings a wealth of career experience and has been the Association’s head of finance & corporate se

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Clydebank Housing Association has appointed Cruden Building to deliver a multi-million-pound affordable housing development on the site of the former St. Cuthbert’s Church in Clydebank to help address local housing needs.

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Clydebank Housing Association has announced it will apply a rent increase of 0.7% across all tenant rents for the year 2021-22. The Association made the announcement after an extensive consultation exercise with its tenants, sharing owners and tenants groups and an overview of its budget settin

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Magnus Electrical Services has delivered two power washers to Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) as a community benefit which formed part of its contract. After a successful procurement process, the contractor secured the contract to carry out CHA’s electrical testing programme throughout its

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Staff at Clydebank Housing Association donned their Christmas jumpers last week to raise £100 for charity. The staff decided to donate the funds to the Christmas Appeal in aid of local group Y-Sort-It, to buy Christmas gifts for local children and young people. The Association’s man

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