Paul leads Cloch Housing Association and is responsible for the successful delivery of our strategy and business plan. Paul joined Cloch in January 2013.
Paul is a graduate with both a BA degree and a Diploma in Housing Studies. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. Prior to joining Cloch, Paul worked for several years as a
Paul’s experiences have added to his skillset which includes cultural and
Housing Services Manager
Andy has been with Cloch since 1997, he has held various Housing Management roles in the association and has led the Housing Services Team since 2012. He has spent over 20 years working in social housing, initially
Andy is responsible for all strategic housing services including allocations, rent collection, homelessness, housing options, estate management, housing strategy
Corporate Services Manager
Liz joined Cloch in October 2016 and since then has set up a new Corporate Services Team and Customer Connections. Previously, she worked for 18 years at Dunbritton Housing Association in Dumbarton where she finished as Corporate Services Manager, having started as a receptionist in 1992. After leaving Dunbritton, she worked in the private sector for 6 years, as a consultant and trainer for a housing software company. As
Property Services Manager
Paul joined Cloch in September 2014. Prior to this, he has worked as a Maintenance Officer and Senior Maintenance Officer for other Social Housing providers with more than 20 years’ experience. He is also a time served joiner having worked for over 10 years for the NHS within their
As the Property Services Manager, his role is to lead the Property Services Team in ensuring they deliver a reactive and planned maintenance service to customers, as well as overseeing the factoring service which is provided to approximately 400 owners.
Paul also works along with the Director and other managers within the Leadership Team and also the Board to develop, review and meet the targets set in our Business Plan, as well as other strategic aims and objectives.
Alana Durnin is the Finance Director for Oak Tree and Cloch Housing Associations, responsible for providing shared finance and IT services to the Associations. Alana has a passion for finance and people management and balances this with her day to day role and voluntary Board appointments, being involved with the SFHA and Remarkable, (previously known as IIP Scotland) as Non-Executive Director.
Alana has also worked within the public and private sectors in Finance & Corporate Services roles and has a Masters in Business Administration from the Open University.
As Finance Director, Alana’s role is to ensure the Financial Strategy supports the Associations’ strategic objectives, working in partnership with the staff teams and other key stakeholders.