09OctPolicy Reviews - Estate Management and Anti-Social Behaviour PoliciesThe Association is in the process of reviewing its Estate Management and Anti-Social Behaviour Policies, as part of that review, we are taking the opportunity to consult with our tenants and residents about changes we propose to make and also seek any other areas where tenants would like us to change these policies.
03SepClose Release Painter Works Close Colour ChoicesThe Association recently procured a contract to carry out internal and external painterwork to common areas within our stock. The successful bid was received from JS McColl Painters based not only on cost but also on quality, including their ability to deliver an excellent service.
25AugBe Aware of Bogus CallersCloch has not provided any tenants details to any third party that would allow any companies to use their details for any competitions or any other non Cloch related mailing campaigns. All our gas maintenance is carried out by GasSure our registered contractor. No other contractor will make contact with them with regards to any gas maintenance if they do contact Cloch immediately.
26JunOak Tree and Cloch Map Out New JourneyCloch Housing Association is to hold a ballot of its tenants to gain support with their bid to separate from its parent organisation, Oak Tree Housing Association.
25JunCooking the Cloch WayCloch has sent all it its tenants a pack with two cookbooks to encourage imagination, fun, and nutrition with cheap healthy meals during these strange times.
23JunExternal: iFlair announce framework tender updateI-Flair is a consortium of housing associations in East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and Renfrewshire. The current members of I- Flair are Barrhead, Bridgewater, Cloch, Ferguslie Park, Linstone, Oak Tree, Paisley and Williamsburgh Housing Associations. I-Flair is currently procuring a Four Year Property Maintenance Framework Agreement.
23AprFinancial Fitness – they may be able to help youThe annual report from the Inverclyde charity, Financial Fitness, shows fantastic results with them gaining over £652,291 in unclaimed benefits for tenants of Inverclyde Housing Associations.