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Registered with the Scottish Government in the Register of Housing Associations No. HEP91 | Registered with the Financial Services Authority (No 1893 R(s)) | A recognised Scottish Charity Reg. No SCO13996
Information Commissioner's Office Registration No: Z1221458 (https://www.ico.org.uk/)
19 Bogle Street
Tel: 01475 783637 / Out Of Hours Emergency 0800 783 7937 (BR24)
Fax: 01475 728647
Mob: 07949 775 328
Our office will close on Thursday 26th May at 6:00PM and will reopen on Tuesday 31st May at 9:00AM. Should you need to report an emergency repair you can do so by contacting Bield Response 24 on 0800 783 7937.
Cloch Housing Association celebrated 40 years of service during 2008.
The association was originally formed on the 16th January 1968 as a charitable non profit making organisation under the name of Christian Action ( Greenock ) Housing Association Ltd. At that time its objective was to provide suitable and affordable housing for rent to stem the flow of young families leaving the area.
Cloch Housing Association is a subsidiary of Oak Tree Housing Association
Cloch and Oak Tree Housing Associations are seeking proposals from suitably qualified companies for the provision of ICT support in relation to the entire group ICT infrastructure.
If you have an emergency repair that falls outwith our normal office hours please contact Bield Response 24 on
The Association tries to deliver a good service to all our customers, but we do accept that at times things can go wrong. Our complaints handling procedure aims to deal effectively with customers’ concerns where they arise.
Read about our latest annual report covering our report card for the year, the chairperson's report and lots more.
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Cloch Housing Association has joined forces with the UK's fastest growing exchange provider.
Earlier this year we advised our residents served by the (Combined Heat & Power) CHP system that Cloch had agreed to replace the existing problematic and unreliable system with individual energy efficient gas combi boilers within each home. This would also require that a brand new gas and electricity supply network would also be installed. We are delighted to announce that our Committee granted approval in November to award the contract of replacing the CHP system at MacGillivary Avenue/ Leitch St estate following a recent procurement exercise.
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