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Gypsy traveller services

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) owns and manages two Gypsy Travellers sites. ACHA is the only housing association in Scotland currently operating sites for Gypsy Travellers, the others being in local authority ownership. In Argyll and Bute travellers live on the twoGypsy Travellersites and also within our mainstream housing.

ACHA would like to work in partnership with Gypsy Travellers and local and national bodies to see continual improvement in the services provided for Gypsy Travellers in Argyll and Bute.

The aim of the strategy is to promote equality and better understand the many issues around the provision of services for the Gypsy Traveller community. Both the strategy and the leaflet are available in audio format, please ask at any of our local offices if you would like either a paper or audio copy.

You can download further information in the box on the right.

Gypsy Traveller Sites

ACHA operates two sites with 22 pitches in total. You can find out about each site and how to apply for a pitch by clicking on the links below;

Gypsy/Travellers Scotland: Coronavirus Information

In a joint initiative, The Scottish Government together with their partners in COSLA, Article 12 in Scotland, MECOPP, Progress in Dialogue and STEP have developed a Facebook page to provide up-to-date information on the Coronavirus to the Gypsy/Traveller Community in Scotland. Click the following link to their page: https://www.facebook.com/GypsyTravellers-ScotlandCoronavirus-information-100442048272006/

MECOPP Advice for Help with Energy Costs for Gypsy Travellers

Self Isolation Support Grant Info

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