Abronhill Housing Association Office
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd is a community based organisation and social landlord operating 222 general needs houses and flats in Abronhill area of Cumbernauld.
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd is managed by a voluntary management committee of local residents. Abronhill Housing Association is a recognised Scottish Charity with Charity No.SC033116.
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd aim to provide a high quality locally based landlord service, which is locally controlled, consulting with and involving the community in key policy and other decisions. At the same time we will manage our tenants’ money with care, taking all steps to ensure that the association provides a value for money service in all aspects of its business.
Our aim is to provide good quality affordable housing for people who want to live in Abronhill by giving a high quality housing service controlled by local people.
There are lots of ways to get involved to help us improve services for more information please:
Call 01236 457948, Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us;
Abronhill Housing Association Ltd,
Unit 10, Abronhill Shopping
Centre, Cumbernauld, G67 3AZ
Abronhill will produce this information on request in Braille, Audio tape, Large print and other languages.
John Mulholland, Senior Manager (services)
Cathy Brien, Senior Manager (services)
Amanda Herson, Housing Officer
Fiona Stuart, Housing Officer (Job-share)
Alex Bell Housing Officer (Job - share)
Andrew Moore, Maintenance Officer
Jackie Daisley, Finance/Administration Officer
Paul Broadwith, Chairperson
Raymond Russell, Vice Chairperson
Iain Smith, Secretary
Linda Black, Treasurer
Craig Burns (Co-optee)
Sarah Boyle (Co-optee)
We have a strong management committee team and any share member can be elected on to our management committee at the annual general meeting, held every September.
This statement is the basis on which we build and provide all our services.
It helps us make sure we try to meet the needs of those from all walks of life, and show respect, fairness and understanding in everything we do.
In practice, it means as a landlord and service provider we try to treat everyone fairly regardless of their personal characteristics - including for example, their age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, race, religion or belief; or their marriage and civil partnership, gender reassignment, or pregnancy and maternity status.
We also firmly oppose all forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation. We do this not only because of our legal responsibilities, but because it is a vital part of who we are and what we are trying to achieve as an organisation. It also helps us become better at what we do.