Oak Tree Housing Association

Inverclyde Common Housing Register reaches 1,000th let milestone

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.

Published 14 September 2021

Contractors appointed to £68m framework across eight housing associations

A successful collaboration between eight housing associations is helping to deliver value for money for tenants and provide a boost for communities.

Published 26 May 2021

Cloch Housing Association completes separation process

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.

Published 12 April 2021

Cloch tenants vote in favour of independence

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.

Published 25 November 2020

Housing associations share funding for homelessness prevention work 

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. 

Published 24 November 2020

Inverclyde Common Housing Register landlords to resume property advertisements

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. 

Published 29 June 2020

Oak Tree and Cloch unveil plans to part ways

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.

Published 26 June 2020

16 local organisations benefit from £140,000 funding to Oak Tree Housing Association

Oak Tree Housing Association has been awarded £140,000 from the Scottish Government’s Supporting Communities Fund, which will benefit 16 grassroots and community-controlled organisations that have been busy coordinating vital responses to the coronavirus crisis across Inverclyde.

Published 11 June 2020

Former Greenock school site transformed into 36 new affordable homes

The first phase of Oak Tree Housing Association’s ambitious plan to deliver 200 affordable homes across Greenock has been completed with the opening of Auchmead Road.

Published 18 February 2020

Oak Tree Housing Association wins digital award

Oak Tree Housing Association has been awarded Best Practice in Digital Involvement runner up by the Tenant Participation Advisory Service (TPAS) Scotland, as part of its National Good Practice Awards.

Published 5 February 2020

Oak Tree Housing Association pilots new mobile app

Oak Tree Housing Association is piloting a new, free mobile app for its tenants.

Published 17 September 2019

SFHA unveils board director election results

The results of the Scottish Federation of Housing Association’s board director elections were announced this week at the federation’s AGM in Edinburgh.

Published 30 August 2019

AGM hears of successful year for Oak Tree

Oak Tree Housing Association welcomed members and guests to its 2019 AGM in Greenock’s Tontine Hotel where they heard of a very productive and busy year for the organisation.

Published 23 August 2019

Meet the Buyer event for i-Flair property investment and maintenance Framework

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.

Published 22 August 2019

Oak Tree lodges plans for new Greenock housing development

Oak Tree Housing Association has submitted plans for 69 new homes in the Bow Farm area of Greenock.

Published 2 August 2019