Customer Service Centre
0800 028 2755

Argyll Community Housing Association

Coronavirus info

All of our offices are currently closed and our staff are remote working.

You can still report repairs as normal, by calling our Customer Service Centre on 0800 028 2755. Click on the above logo for more information.

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 over 10% of the population of Argyll and Bute and employs around 200 staff.

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About us

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.

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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!

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Latest news

COVID-19 - Help and Advice

May 10: Please click here for the latest updates regarding our services and the measures we are taking to protect our tenants and customers

Santa Visits ACHA Member in Oban

Dec 16: A Santa impersonator in the form of ACHA’s Alastair MacGregor dropped in on Valerie Weight from Oban with a surprise Christmas hamper. Every year ACHA does a draw for 4 hampers for ACHA members who are £1 shareholders in the charity.

Annual Landlord Report

Dec 16: Our Annual Landlord Report is produced through a consultation exercise with the Feedback Forum, our Area Committees and Tenants & Residents Associations and our Tenant Scrutiny Panel, who ensure all the relevant information from the Scottish Housing Regulator report is included and further explanation provided if necessary. Enjoy reading this report which despite everything happening this last year has some positive messages.

Changes to the Legislation for Fire and Smoke Alarms in Scotland

Dec 8: Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London, a Ministerial Working Group on building and fire safety was established to review Scotland’s building and fire safety and this resulted in new legislation which will extend the already high standards of protection required for fire and carbon monoxide.