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!
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Feb 5: Kirsteen McGinn has joined Argyll Community Housing Association as Director of Investment & Regeneration. Kirsteen will have responsibility for the Association’s capital and repairs investment in the Association’s 5,150 homes and the Association’s 250 unit new build programme, as well as being a member of the Senior Management Team.
Dec 3: Brendan O’Hara, MP for Argyll and Bute opened Argyll Community Housing Association’s 30th new home in the village of Connel on the outskirts of Oban. The 10 new homes opened today are the 30th to be completed by ACHA on the site in the last three years. The new homes overlook Loch Etive and the Firth of Lorne and the iconic Connel bridge.
Nov 20: Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA), has just completed eight new family homes in Oban. The properties are located in Glenshellach Glen and are part of the Association’s new build programme in this area, which has been ongoing for the past four years.
Nov 1: Argyll Community Housing Association, ACHA, has published its 2016/17 landlord report. The landlord report gives details of the Association’s performance in terms of quality and value of the service that should be provided against the standards set out by the Scottish Social Housing Charter, introduced by the Scottish Government in 2012.