Welcome to Dunbritton Housing Association

Welcome

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:

  • Support our tenants to sustain their tenancies and have a better quality of life
  • Work with our customers, staff and partners to achieve our Vision
  • Provide good quality housing and services that are affordable and accessible to all
  • Support the physical, social, economic and environmental regeneration of our estates and the communities in our area
  • Enhance quality of life in diverse communities that are safe, sustainable and attractive

 

Our Values

While our objects, vision and purpose are clear and tangialbe, it is necessary to set out the values whihc underpin the way we behave.

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

  • We listen to and learn from our tenants and other customers
  • We are a responsible and caring social landloard and employer
  • We are open and accountable for everything we do
  • We are pro-active and innovative in dealing with opportunities and problems
  • We are honest, approachable and reliable
  • We are respectful and will give fair treatment to everyone
     
  • Positive about Disabled People
  • Home Swapper
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Latest News

Help to Adapt pilot launched for homeowners over 60:
15/04/2015

The Scottish Government is piloting a new scheme to help older homeowners adapt their houses.  The Help to Adapt scheme, being managed by the Link Group is available to people over 60 who own their own home and need alterations to their home to help them live there independently for as long as possible.  The pilot is operating in 12 local authority areas in Scotland, including Argyll & Bute. 

If you live in Argyll and would like to find out more please follow this link: www.helptoadaptscotland.co.uk


Dunbritton's Customer Survey
13/04/2015

In order to improve our services and to make it easier for you to contact us we are carrying out a survey.

You can complete the survey by going online and visiting the site, https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/dunbritton

As part of the survey we have asked our customers to provide details of their National Insurance Number. This is optional.

All details will be stored securely and will NOT be passed on to any third party.

The reason we ask for your National Insurance Number is that it is used by Housing Benefits when processing claims. 

Having these details allows us to assist with benefit enquiries and to help our tenants apply for benefits.