We are a charitable, community-based Housing Association operating in Maryhill and Ruchill to improve and build, manage and maintain houses. To view the Associations recent Corporate Plan 2016-2020 which has now been issued to all residents please click here
WHERE DO WE OPERATE?
We began in the Eastpark area of Maryhill. From there we spread out to cover other areas: the Burgh Hall area, the Village area, Garrioch and Ruchill. Members of the Board come from all of these areas.
DOES THE ASSOCIATION HAVE RULES?
Yes. The rules which govern our activities are the Charitable Community Based Housing Association Model Rules. These rules are approved by the Scottish Housing Regulator which monitor Housing Associations, and also by the Registrar of Friendly Societies. A copy of these rules is available on request.
SCOTTISH HOUSING REGULATOR - LANDLORDS REPORT
Please click here to view the Scottish Housing Regulators Landlord report for 2013/2014.
By following the link below you can access a short video which lets you know how you can:
- find MHA’s reports; and
- use the Scottish Housing Regulators comparison tool to compare our performance with up to four others and the Scottish average.
WHAT ARE OUR VALUES?
The core values agreed by the Board, and shared by the staff, are;
WHAT ARE OUR OBJECTIVES?
We have five key objectives, as follows;
- To Meet The Needs Of The Community By Providing And Maintaining Affordable Housing Of A Suitable Range And Quality
- To Provide High Quality, Customer Focused Services
- To Ensure That We Have And Manage Resources To Meet Our Present And Future Needs
- To Empower Our Tenants And Owners And Involve The Wider Community In Our Work
- To Work With Partners In The Social And Economic Development Of The Community
WHO EMPLOYS THE STAFF?
Staff are employed by the Board to cover housing development, management and maintenance, finance, community development and administration.
WHAT KIND OF HOUSES DO WE PROVIDE?
We have a mix of housing and have built a number of new homes, mainly flats, terraced, 4 in a block and semi detached. We also have a large number of tenements. Our total stock is now 2971 properties.
WHO DO WE HOUSE?
We house a wide cross section of the community. We provide housing for all sizes of family, sheltered and amenity housing for the elderly, wheelchair users, and a few houses for people with learning difficulties or profound physical handicap.
We have also promoted the creation of a number of Residents' Associations and we provide administrative support to them.
There are seven in our area - Eastpark, Parkhill, Burgh Hall Village, Cumlodden, Glenavon, Mini Multis and Lochburn. The Association works closely with these organisations and they meet regularly. Like us, the operate to improve their areas. For dates when they meet please click here.
OUR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS
We are required to prepare Financial Statements (annual accounts) for each year ended 31 March. These provide a summary of the Association's financial performance for the year. The Financial Statements are independently checked by an external audit firm who confirm that the financial information provides a '‘true and fair' view of the organisation's financial affairs.
WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you wish to know more about our work please contact the our office: 45 Garrioch Road, or telephone 0141 946 2466 or complete this form.