Argyll Community Housing Association
Welcome to ACHA
ACHA is a community led organisation directed by a voluntary Board of Management supported by Area Committees. As Scotland’s eighth largest housing association, ACHA houses 17% of the population of Argyll and Bute and employs around 200 staff.
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.
Want to get involved?
ACHA has many different ways for tenants and other customers to get involved or have their say in the way we deliver our services. You might wish to join a formal group or committee or perhaps taking part in consultation. We can provide a variety of forums to help make your opinions heard!
Rent Consultation, Talented Pets, Tenants Consultation Register.........
Nov 30: There will be an informal meeting at 6.30pm on Thursday 6th December 2018 in the Dunoon Burgh Hall, Dunoon to meet with the Chair, Jim Milne and the Chief Executive, Alastair MacGregor, to learn more about ACHA and how you can assist.
Nov 15: New members are also most welcome & may join by completing the online survey. For every consultation/feedback members respond to they will be entered into an annual prize draw for £50 of high street vouchers - the more feedback you provide to us, the more chances you have to win!
Nov 2: We are holding our second Tenant & Members Conference, on Saturday 16th February 2019 in Inveraray, between 10:00-15:30 and would love to see you there! Spaces are limited, therefore if you would like to come along, meet the staff and some Board Members and take part in setting the strategic vision on how services are to be delivered to you and your community in the future, please complete an online booking form
Oct 30: A panel made up of staff from Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA), and Argyll and Bute Council has just completed an evaluation of applications from Argyll and Bute Schools for an award from ACHA’s Schools Award Scheme.