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Message from Alastair MacGregor

Hello Everyone

I posted a message on the 23rd December 2021 regarding the Association’s intentions with respect to our office network opening to members of the public.

As you will be aware, following the Omicron variant guidance issued by the Scottish Government on the 10th December in relation to Covid 19, the Association held back from opening our offices to the public on the 10th January 2022, as originally intended.

Having reviewed the up to date public health situation, we plan to have our offices open from Monday 21st February 2022 to members of the public.

In order to protect you and our staff my colleagues will be ensuring that good practice is in place to ensure your safety. As you will be aware, ACHA has a suite of options to liaise with you, our tenants, including office visits if that is what you prefer, and I would encourage you to utilise the options that are best for you.

It has been a challenging 2 years dealing with Covid 19, but I certainly look forward to moving to the new normal and seeing you, our tenants again in our office network.

Take care stay safe

Alastair

ACHA drives forward its Apprenticeship Strategy

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) recently agreed a 10-year strategy for repairs and maintenance with its subsidiary, Argyll Homes for All (AHFA). A key driver of that strategy was investment in repairs and maintenance for the future of the Association's stock and that vital service to tenants. A key part of that strategy is getting the right workforce in place and succession planning for the future. This has resulted in AHFA budgeting for 5 apprentices already recruited. This team of 7 will cover the trades of plumbing, builder-work, joiner-work, and gas engineering linked to air-source heat pumps and solar panels. These blue-collar apprentices fit in with ACHA's modern apprentice strategy, which has also brought through 6 modern apprentices in office-based roles in each of the Association's departments. The final piece of the jigsaw was the recruitment of a graduate trainee.

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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has completed 10 hew homes for rent in Inveraray.

ACHA Reveals Spending Priorities for 2022/23

Argyll Community Housing Association's (ACHA) Board have approved expenditure of nearly £32.5 million during the next financial year.

Argyll Community Housing Association's (ACHA) Board have approved expenditure of nearly £32.5 million during the next financial year.

ACHA Raises a Banner and Flag in Solidarity with the People of Ukraine

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has held a vigil for Ukraine at Dalrigh Gardens in Oban.

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