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Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has been successful in their bid to the Warm Homes Fund and has been awarded £5.1m to fund a scheme to address fuel poverty across Argyll & Bute. With the investment from ACHA's own resources of another 5.6 million, the project will have a substantial impact. These installations will generate a further £4.2 million of Renewable Heat Incentive funding which ACHA will reinvest in other energy efficiency projects to reduce fuel poverty in the area. On top of this, ACHA tenants are set to benefit from an additional £754,000 of ECO funding from SSE which will be used to improve insulation in their homes. This gives a total of £15.654 million of direct investment which will start in August 2019 with a completion date of December 2021.
Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has just completed roof and
roughcast improvements to its homes in Luss. The village, located at the gateway to the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, is famous for the TV series Take The High Road and is one of the busiest visitor destinations in Argyll.
Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has launched its new Grounds
Maintenance team. The Association has extensive areas of land throughout Argyll and Bute located and neighbouring its 5,100 properties. Historically, the Association have contracted work out but has taken the decision to bring the works in house to deliver ACHA’s strategic objective of maintaining and improving the neighbourhoods its tenants live in.
Rachael MacIndeor, employed as a Modern Apprentice with Argyll Community
Housing Association, has attained the CIH (Chartered Institute of Housing) Level 3 in Housing Practice. The aim of the qualification is to provide students with a broad knowledge and understanding of key areas in delivering housing services.