Welcome to Dunbritton Housing Association


Thank you for your interest in Dunbritton Housing Association and welcome to our website.

Our website will be able to provide you with vital information whether you are an existing tenant, potential tenant interested in applying to join the waiting list, sharing owner, factored owner, a person interested in what we do or a company providing services.


Dunbritton Housing Association has a clear vision and purpose which is as follows:

Our Vision

‘Dunbritton Housing Association’s Vision for our area is a thriving, diverse, healthy and safe community with amenities that enhance quality of life.’

Our Purpose

Dunbritton Housing Association’s Purpose is to:

 Provide good quality housing and services that are affordable and accessible to all
 Support the physical, social, economic and environmental regeneration of communities in our area
 Enhance quality of life in diverse communities that are safe, sustainable and attractive
 Work with our customers, staff and partners to achieve our Vision


Our Values

Values underpin the way we behave and work.

In pursuing our vision & purpose, the following values are at the heart of everything we do:

 We are a responsible & caring social landlord & employer
 We are open & accountable for everything that we do
 We are pro-active & innovative in dealing with opportunities & problems
 We are honest, approachable & reliable
 We are respectful and will give fair treatment to everyone
 We listen to & learn from our customers

  • Positive about Disabled People
  • Home Swapper
  • Browse Aloud

Opening Hours


9am - 12.30pm/1.30pm - 5pm
9am - 12.30pm/1.30pm - 5pm
9am - 12.30pm/4.30pm - 6pm
9am -12.30pm/1.30pm - 5pm
9am - 12.30pm/1.30pm - 5pm

Dunbritton is a Scottish Charity No. SC036518.
Company Registration No.: 2421R(S), registered office is as address above


Latest News


From Monday, 3rd November 2014, a Food Bank will be operating in the Red Cross Hall, 116 East Princes Street, Helensburgh (behind the Tesco Express Petrol Garage on West Clyde Street). This will take place every Monday and Friday from 10.00am until 12 noon. 

Anyone who is in need is welcome to visit the food bank – e.g. those struggling due to DWP Sanctions/Welfare Reform, relationship breakdowns, crisis, families who can’t make ends meet. No paperwork referral is required in order to attend. Client’s information will be asked/stored on the day e.g. name, postcode, reason for support required (e.g. to avoid getting debt that week/DWP Sanction) and if the person has accessed the food bank before. 
This is seen as crisis assistance and support which will be in place for anyone who needs it. The food bank is not there for anyone’s “weekly top-up” because they rely purely on donations. There is no limit to the amount of times access will be supported but the staff are the custodians for all and can only help those who need temporary support.

Volunteers are very welcome to come along and assist with the operation of the food bank. The food bank make up 8 week rotas, consisting of 5 people and 1 team leader/committee member at each morning session and a number of people for 1 evening session to make up the shopping bags for the consequent food bank sessions.

The volunteers & staff recognise how difficult it will be for individuals to go to a food bank and they will make individuals feel welcome. Carr Gomm will also be there in a supporting role assisting all non-Dunbritton tenants and the food bank staff will contact Anna Murray, Crisis Intervention/Tenancy Officer for Argyll Networks, to support any Dunbritton tenants. 

Anyone wishing to make a donation to the food bank can do so at the Red Cross Hall, Helensburgh, The Garth Inn, Clyde Street, Helensburgh, The Co-Operative Supermarket in Helensburgh and at our offices at 1st Floor, 32 High Street, Dumbarton.

Macmillan Coffee Afternoon

We recently hosted a Coffee Afternoon in aid of one of our charities of the year, Macmillan Cancer Support. Staff took a short break from the office and made tea and coffee by the gallon for locals who popped in for a seat and a chat and enjoyed some delicious home baking, freshly made by dedicated staff and their family and friends. Stalls were also set up to sell some of the baking and a raffle and tombola took place which went down a treat!

We were delighted to raise over £540 for Macmillan Cancer Support which took place in St Augustine’s Church Hall, Dumbarton on Wednesday 24th September. This money will go towards supporting those affected by cancer and their families.

Sephton MacQuire, Convenor of Dunbritton Housing Association’s Management Committee, thanked staff for their participation and hard work in managing to raise so much money in just a few hours, and for their continued dedication in supporting this fantastic charity.

We would like to thank all those who attended the Coffee Afternoon and helped make it the success it was. A huge thanks also goes to the local businesses that donated raffle and tombola prizes, including the Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu; Mei Beauty, Alexandria; The Stonefield Carvery, Dumbarton and The Village Rest Restaurant, Luss. 

Featured in our photograph is Lynne Edwards, Pat Urquhart and Morven Short from Dunbritton.