Customer Service Centre
0800 028 2755

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

I want to … make a paymentI want to … report a repair

I want to … find a homeI want to … make a complaint

Managing your
Welfare rights / Benefit Advice

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.

Learn more about ACHA

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!

What you could do

We are here to help

Please Click Here to Take Part in our Current Competitions and Surveys.

Draft Mobility Scooter Policy Consultation, Dunoon Community Development Trust Active Travel, How did we do?

Latest news

Why not become a shareholder (share member) of Argyll Community Housing Association

Mar 19: Shareholding Membership of Argyll Community Housing Association is open to anyone over the age of 16.

Dunoon Community Development Trust

Jan 19: Dunoon Community Development Trust is undertaking some community engagement work for Argyll & Bute Council to develop an Active Travel Behaviour Change Plan for Dunoon.

Community groups in Argyll and Bute could see their wishes and ideas come to life through the council’s Community Benefit Scheme.

Jan 17: The Community Benefit Scheme has been running since September 2020, and enables contractors and suppliers appointed by the council to choose from a list of proposed community benefits, that community groups have identified, as part of the tender.

Scottish Ministers find in favour of Argyll Community Housing Association at Dalintober, Campbeltown

Jan 17: Scottish Ministers have found in favour of Argyll Community Housing Association following an appeal for permission to demolish five blocks (46 flats) of Category B listed, 3-storey, Scots Baronial tenements buildings dating from 1939 in the Dalintober Housing Estate in Campbeltown.