Calvay Housing Association Ltd is a community controlled housing association operating in the Barlanark neighbourhood, which is located in the East End of Glasgow. The Association was established in 1985 to improve the housing conditions of local residents. Since then, the Association has gone on to refurbish in excess of 350 homes and completed four phases of new build, creating 120 new homes. In June of 2011 the Association passed a further milesone with the sucessful transfer of 390 homes from Glasgow Housing Association.
The Association also acts as factor for owner occupiers in its area. The driving aim of Board and Staff is not only to improve the housing conditions of residents, but to reduce social inequality and to create a viable and sustainable neighbourhood. As part of this wider aim, the Association has developed the Calvay Centre which delivers a wide range of services and opportunities to local people.
The aim of our website is to provide an additional way for customers, service users and partner agencies to find out more about the Association. We hope that you will find the website and the information contained within it useful.
If you would like to know more about the work of Association you can download a copy of its Annual Report by following this link.
"Calvay Housing Association Ltd is committed to providing fair and equal treatment for all its stakeholders and will not discriminate anyone on the grounds of Age, Disability, Gender Reassignment, Marriage, and Civil Partnership, Pregnancy & Maternity, Race, Religion or Belief, Sex, and Sexual Orientation or any other grounds.
Calvay Housing Association Ltd will, therefore, seek to ensure that its employment and service delivery practices are not themselves either directly or indirectly discriminatory.
Furthermore, Calvay Housing Association Ltd will ensure that, as an organisation, it will seek to actively promote equal opportunities and endeavour to achieve fair outcomes for all."
If you would like a copy of the Equal Opportunities Policy, follow this link.