We are a community-controlled housing association and an independent not-for-profit social business. Operating in the Tollcross, Braidfauld, Lilybank/Newbank and Carmyle areas, we have over 2,200 homes for social rent, and over 590 factored properties. In 2020, we set up Auchenshuggle Develops, a subsidiary which manages 12 mid-market rented properties.
Set up in 1974, our original aim was to address slum housing conditions in the pre-1919 tenants in Tollcross. Today, our aim remains consistent, we want to improve housing conditions for the people who need our services.
By providing quality homes and services, we will create stronger communities and a better quality of life for our customers.
To support this aim, we develop our strategic objectives to outline the impact we want to make. For 2022 to 2025, our strategic objectives are to:
You can find out more about our strategic direction within our Business Plan.
We will always strive to be:
- focused on the needs of our customers & communities.
- open and accountable.
- inclusive and respectful.
- supportive of our staff & committee members.
- responsible, efficient & innovative.
- fair and trustworthy.
How we are run
We are led by an experienced and capable Management Committee. With a passion for housing and the community we operate, our committee members are volunteers who have a wide range of experience, skills, and knowledge, including strong local insight into the needs of our customers and community.
The Management Committee is responsible for providing strategic direction, monitoring performance, and driving continual improvement of our homes and services. The Management Committee then task our Leadership Team to lead the Association to achieve these strategic objectives, in line with our core values.
How we are regulated
We are a registered Scottish Social Landlord, and as such, we regulated by the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR).
The Scottish Housing Regulator are an independent body, who monitor, assess and report on social landlords' housing performance, financial wellbeing and standards of governance.
They are here to protect you and your interests, in line with the Regulatory Framework and Housing (Scotland) Act.
|SHR Regulatory Framework
|The Scottish Social Housing Charter