Handover of King's Glen Development BeginsFrom the 27th of April, new tenants are starting to move into new homes in the Kings Glen area in Greenock. In total, 10 households received the keys to their new homes. The allocations will continue for the next month with all 57.homes being handed over by the end of May.
25MayOffice closure over public holidayOur office remains closed due to the current COVID-19 guidance. Staff will be unavailable from Friday, 28th May and will be available on Tuesday, 1st June at 9AM.
22AprResumption of Repairs Service Due to the impact of the pandemic and following Scottish Government guidance as of the 26th December 2020 we unfortunately had to suspend all “non-essential” repairs reported to Cloch by our customers where works were required to be carried out inside your home or enclosed communal spaces such as closes.
13AprCloch Housing Association completes separation processCloch Housing Association has received confirmation that its new rules were registered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on April 1 to officially conclude the separation process from Oak Tree Housing Association.
08AprConsultation on Re-chargeable Repairs Policy now open The Association is in the process of reviewing our Re-chargeable Repairs policy and we are seeking tenants views; we ask that you review the revised policy and provide any feedback no later than Monday 26th April 2021.
18MarService closed over Easter breakOur service will be closed on Friday 2nd and Monday 5th April 2021 for the Easter public holidays. Services will resume on Tuesday 6th April at 9am.
19JanHelp us find Young Clochie's FriendsOh no, we were working on our website with the help of Young Clochie and his friends but we can’t find them! Can you help us? Simply look through our website and make a wee’ note of where you see our friends. If you can find all 7 let us know and we’ll enter you into a draw where you can win a £20 gift voucher.
26JunOak Tree and Cloch Map Out New JourneyCloch Housing Association is to hold a ballot of its tenants to gain support with their bid to separate from its parent organisation, Oak Tree Housing Association.
25JunCooking the Cloch WayCloch has sent all it its tenants a pack with two cookbooks to encourage imagination, fun, and nutrition with cheap healthy meals during these strange times.
23JunExternal: iFlair announce framework tender updateI-Flair is a consortium of housing associations in East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and Renfrewshire. The current members of I- Flair are Barrhead, Bridgewater, Cloch, Ferguslie Park, Linstone, Oak Tree, Paisley and Williamsburgh Housing Associations. I-Flair is currently procuring a Four Year Property Maintenance Framework Agreement.
23AprFinancial Fitness – they may be able to help youThe annual report from the Inverclyde charity, Financial Fitness, shows fantastic results with them gaining over £652,291 in unclaimed benefits for tenants of Inverclyde Housing Associations.