Abertay aims to enhance the quality of life in our communities.
Our purpose is to provide social housing to people in housing need. In addition, we are involved in various wider role activities.
We have around 1,800 houses in Dundee and Angus, including around 238 retirement housing properties which are situated at six complexes across the city. We provide a factoring service for over 2,000 properties purchased from Abertay or its predecessors.
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd is a community based organisation and social landlord operating 258 general needs houses and flats in Abronhill area of Cumbernauld.
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd aim to provide a high quality locally based landlord service, which is locally controlled, consulting with and involving the community in key policy and other decisions. At the same time we will manage our tenants’ money with care, taking all steps to ensure that the association provides a value for money service in all aspects of its business.
Our aim is to provide good quality affordable housing for people who want to live in Abronhill by giving a high quality housing service controlled by local people.
Telephone 01236 457948
Albyn Housing Society Limited serves an ever-growing number of communities in the Highlands, providing good quality, affordable housing for thousands of people across the region.
Since its inception in 1973, the Society has listened and responded to the views of its customers, local government, communities and businesses in meeting housing needs in the Highlands.
Telephone 01349 852978
Almond Housing Association is the largest Housing Association in West Lothian. During the past ten years we have provided new affordable homes for more than 1800 people.
Most of our 2508 properties are located in the Craigshill, Eliburn, Howden and Ladywell areas of Livingston.
Our 20+ year history has seen our organisation mature into a key player in the economic and community development fields in wider West Lothian, providing quality housing for rent and shared ownership, and injecting millions of pounds into the local economy through our housing management, development, and maintenance work.
At Ancho, we pride ourselves on being one of Scotland’s most progressive and innovative housing associations. We have around 670 affordable homes, with the majority of them in North Ayrshire. We also provide a factoring service to around 200 homeowners.
We have a fantastic track record for delivering the kind of services our communities need and want. In the last fifteen years, we have invested over £21 million into our local area, improving hundreds of lives and creating neighbourhoods where people really want to live.
We have never feared change – instead, we embrace it. We don’t follow trends; we set them. We have always been open to new ideas and ensure we are quick to respond to them where they will benefit our customers.
Telephone 01294 313121
Angus Housing Association is a Registered Social Landlord and Community Benefit Society. The Association started in 1970.
We are a charitable, not-for-profit Housing Association registered with the Scottish Housing Regulator, governed by a Board of up to 15 members and we manage over 2,000 rentable properties across the Angus and Dundee areas.
Our Values are to contribute to providing high quality affordable housing for all those individuals, families and communities in Angus and Dundee who are in need of the fundamental human right of a decent, secure home to call their own.
Ardenglen Housing Association was established in 1990 and is a registered charity. We own and manage just over 1000 properties offering high quality accommodation in the East End of Castlemilk, which is situated six miles South of Glasgow City Centre.
In 2020 we were proudly crowned Housing Association of the year.
Our vision is to transform communities by providing aspirational homes and services, to enhance the quality of life of our customers.
Telephone 0141 634 8016
Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) is a Registered Social Landlord providing more than 5000 affordable homes for rent.
We aim to be a modern Landlord of choice in Argyll and Bute by meeting housing need and providing high quality services.
ACHA is a community led organisation directed by a voluntary Board of Management supported by Area Committees. We were granted charitable status in 2011, and are registered with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator as a charity (charity number SC042713). We are a not for profit Co-operative and Community benefit Society and everyone with an interest is welcome to become a member.
Telephone 0800 028 2755
We provide 327 homes in an area that covers central Scotland; the east coast of Scotland from the Scottish Borders to Moray and on the Western Isles. Our housing stock includes flats, bungalows, detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, rooms in shared properties, houses of multiple occupancy and a Care Home.
Through our Asset Management Strategy Ark aims to ensure that customers’ homes are safe, compliant with current legislation, well maintained, that repairs and improvements are carried out when required and that customers are given reasonable choices about when work is done.
Telephone 0131 447 9027
Registered Social Landlord initially housing people in need from the Jewish Community, now providing access to housing for all. Our range of properties including mainstream flats and houses, amenity flats, sheltered flats and sheltered flats with meals provided.
Atrium Homes is a Registered Social Landlord and Scottish charity, supplying, managing and maintaining more than 1,200 affordable rented properties across Ayrshire. It is a ‘not for profit’ company and the senior company of the Atrium Group.
Although we operate in nine different towns in Ayrshire, the majority of our housing stock is centred in and around Kilmarnock. While housing is our priority, we are also involved in many other activities within the areas we serve, helping to make them enjoyable places for people to live and raise their families.
As a ‘not for profit’ organisation, we reinvest any surplus funds we make each year in our housing accommodation and services to our tenants and other stakeholders.
Telephone 01563 528816
We were formed in April 2003 when Carrick Housing Association and South Ayrshire Homes came together. Our governance structure is based on a partnership between our tenants and Ayrshire’s communities. Our tenants and communities constituencies have 6 places each on the Board. We have a close working relationship with South Ayrshire Council on whose initiative our predecessor South Ayrshire Homes was formed in 1998.
We are a company limited by guarantee (no: 185652) and a Scottish charity (no: SC 027906). Registered as a Social Landlord (no: 304), our performance as a landlord is monitored by the Scottish Housing Regulator.
Telephone 01292 880120
Barony Housing Association Ltd (Barony) is a registered Scottish charity and Registered Social Landlord established in 1971. We are a values driven organisation, with people being at the centre of everything we do; whether service user, tenant or employee. We provide a range of high quality housing, care and support services across East Central Scotland.
Telephone 0345 140 7777
Set up as a registered social landlord in 1986, the Association’s initial aim was to improve the tenemental properties in the centre of Barrhead and we soon thereafter started a programme of building new properties for rent. We are now a key locally controlled housing association owning over 940 properties through East Renfrewshire, although mainlly in Barrhead, Neilston, Newton Mearns and Thornliebank. The Association provides accommodation for general housing and also specialised housing including sheltered housing, wheelchair housing and housing for the elderly.
Telephone 0141 881 0638
Berwickshire Housing Association builds and manages homes to rent to suit a range of lifestyles, personal needs and family sizes that people can afford. We do so in communities throughout Berwickshire and are ever keen to expand the number and choice of homes available. We are passionate about our role in providing individuals, couples and families with a home in which they can live their life to the full in a safe, comfortable and attractive setting.
We are a not for profit charity so all our income goes towards providing services for the community, the upkeep of our tenants’ homes and building new homes.
Telephone 0800 652 8104
Since 1971, Bield Housing & Care have been developing housing and services to enable Scotland’s older people to live the life they want.
Our brand promise is ‘Free to Be’: this sums up our firm belief that older people should have the freedom to make their own choices and live as independently as possible.
This is a promise which, thanks to the dedication, experience and passion of our staff and volunteers, we are uniquely placed to bring to life.
Telephone 0141 270 7200
Blackwood provides accessible, modern, attractive and bespoke housing aimed at providing great value to people with a range of disabilities and housing needs. We have over 1,700 homes throughout Scotland and maintain a high standard of services to our customers.
Telephone 0141 883 4477
The Committee’s vision is:
“to secure a safe and attractive environment for current and future generations”.
Our Mission Statement is:
“to give local people the power to deliver excellent housing and housing services and to improve the opportunities for our community.”
Blairtummock Housing Association was registered as a Housing Association in May 1990 and has had two stock transfers from Glasgow City Council and two from Glasgow Housing Association. Since January 1992 the Association has refurbished some of these properties and demolished others which have been replaced with new build.
The Blairtummock, Rogerfield & South Rogerfield areas within Easterhouse are our area of operation.
Telephone 0141 773 0202
We provide rooms in shared accommodation, studios, one and two bedroom flats in the West London area (Ealing/Acton)
Most of our current tenants in shared accommodation are refugees.
We provide support with Universal Credit applications for all our tenants.
We are a social care organisation that empowers people to thrive, by delivering solutions in connected communities which focus on the needs of each individual.
At Blue Triangle we use the power of Public, Social, and Private Partnerships (PSPP) to support young people and adults by:
Going beyond, by providing tailored, supported accommodation
Delivering person centred, trauma informed support services that take a whole system approach
Empower and support the development of positive connections and lasting relationships
Helping to build safe, supportive connected communities
Enabling those we support to live in supported housing - and ultimately beyond, when the time is right for them
Telephone 0141 221 8365
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