New premises for ACHA

Argyll Community Housing Association will be moving officers from Union Street to Longhill Crescent.
Argyll Community Housing Association will be moving officers from Union Street to Longhill Crescent.

Housing Association, ACHA, will be moving offices from their current Union Street site to new accommodation at 13-16 Longhill Crescent in Rothesay.

The new offices are housed in a refurbished block previously used as community offices. The change will take effect from June 6, 2016.

At present, Argyll Community Housing Association share the premises at Union Street with the Argyll and Bute Council but the new offices will be used solely by the association.

Whilst ACHA’s tenants can ring the freephone housing line, they will still be welcome to call in should they have any concerns or enquiries they would prefer to discuss face to face.

Alastair MacGregor, Chief Executive for ACHA, is pleased that ACHA will have their own offices, designed to better serve the tenants’ needs. He said: “The new offices will reinforce our identity as a landlord of choice for tenants on Bute. We have refurbished a building that was lying empty in a part of Rothesay that has seen major investment and we are pleased to be a part of that.

“In addition we are delighted to have used a local contractor for the refurbishment works, once again underlining our commitment to local communities”.