ACHA holds Tenants' and Members' Conference
Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) has held its annual Tenant's and Members' Conference in Inveraray.
The Conference focused on three key themes, getting involved, planning services for the future and rents and value for money. Breakout sessions focused on ideas and priorities going forward.
The Conference was very much focused on tenant and member inputs on priorities going forward, which will be incorporated into the Association's strategic planning days to be held at the end of February 2019.
Alastair MacGregor, ACHA's Chief Executive commented
"This year's Conference gives our tenants and members an opportunity to input into the Association's priorities going forward.
At last year's Conference, our tenants and members told us we needed to increase external investment and add to communication tools. As a result of these streers, ACHA's Board have committed ad additional £1.5 million to estate management capital initiatives from April 2019 and we will be launching an Association Facebook page to add to our communication strategy."
The Conference also involved question and answer sessions and a range of information stalls, including energy efficiency, fire safety and welfare rights were available to be visited between sessions.
ACHA Chair Jim Milne and staff member, Kirsteen McGinn, facilitating the question and answer session at ACHA's Tenants Conference