Wednesday 12:30pm - 5pm (Closed for Staff Training)
Dunbritton was set up in 1992 with a clear purpose that was to tackle housing problems and to provide high standard rented housing. We also provide low cost housing for sale throughout the rural and urban areas of Dumbarton District for people in housing need and on low incomes.
Over the years we have developed a comprehensive range of housing and related services that we currently deliver across both Argyll & Bute and West Dunbartonshire Council areas. We have almost 800 properties for rent, including supported accommodation for people with special needs.
We provide a factoring service to almost 400 share owners and private homeowners.
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Wednesday 12:30pm - 5pm (Closed for Staff Training)
Dunbritton Housing Association
32 High Street
Tel: 01389 761486
Fax: 01389 730067
Keep up to date with the latest news, events and job opportunities at Dunbritton Housing Association. Read More
Please view our information pages for advice on money matters, benefits, welfare reform and universal credit. Or contact Anna Murray our Crisis Intervention officer. Read More
When contacting Dunbritton one of the first people you will speak to will be from our customer services team who will answer and direct your call to the appropriate person.
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Dunbritton was established in 1992 and remains true to it's original aims.
In 2012 a 20th Anniversary Edition news letter called Past Times was created to document the first twenty years.Read More
Membership of Dunbritton Housing Association board is open to anyone who is a member of the association. The board has twelve members who perform their duties voluntarily. A list of the present board members can be viewed by following the linkRead More
Dunbritton Housing Association have launched a new Tenants’ Handbook. The concept behind the Handbook is to provide advice to tenants in an easy to understand format.Read More
Grenfell Towers – Over cladding
Following on from the recent tragic events at Grenfell Tower in London, I want to take this opportunity to reassure all of our tenants and factoring owners in terms of the safety of our properties; and to allay any concerns that you may have in relation to the type of cladding used on our properties.
First and foremost, the system used in the Grenfell Towers multi-storey flat development is completely different to what we use to over clad any of our low-rise properties.
Obviously there will be in-depth investigations in to the cause and contributory factors surrounding the unfortunate events at Grenfell. However the key point of my message is that none of our properties are affected by the type of cladding used at Grenfell Towers.
Having said that, we are not complacent and take a proactive approach to our customers’ safety in everything that we do from the planning stage when we prepare the ‘Design Brief’ for our contractors, and throughout the lifespan of our properties in terms of reactive and planned maintenance programmes to ensure that we are compliant with all relevant building and health & safety legislation and ‘good practice’.
Our investment programme, which is continuously reviewed and updated includes elements of work like replacing and updating smoke detectors, Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors; and statutory Gas and Electric checks on all of our properties as and when required.
Clearly we can never claim to be 100% safe, but we are fully aware of our responsibilities as a landlord and I can confirm our ongoing commitment to ensure your safety as far as is reasonably practical in everything that we do.
Chief Executive Officer
“ The Scottish Government are requesting information because control of a number of existing social security benefits is being passed from the UK Government to the Scottish Government. The Parliament would like your views on the Scottish Government’s plans before they become law. The Social Security Bill is the proposed law.
Social Security Committee’s call for views on the Social Security (Scotland) Bill. Please find attached a link to it below. http://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/105193.aspx It will soon be available in a number of accessible formats including BSL, Easy Read, audio and large print. These will be available via the link above within the next couple of weeks. Please also find attached a link to the video that has been produced to promote the call for views. We would be grateful if you could share it with any other interested parties / organisations you may be aware of. https://youtu.be/aMVZdgZhHE0 The Committee would be grateful to receive written submissions by Wednesday 23 August 2017. You can keep up to date with the progress of Bill and the Committee’s work in general by following us on Twitter @SP_SocialSecur. For any questions, the Social Security Committee clerking team can be contacted by email at SocialSecurityCommittee@parliament.scot or on 0131 348 5320.
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At Dunbritton Housing Association we value complaints and treat all complaints seriously. Our robust complaints process allows us to use information gained from them to help us improve our services.
Examples of our commitment to address the wider social, economic and environment needs.Read More
Our Vision is to develop “thriving, diverse, healthy and safe communities with amenities that enhance the quality of life of our customers”.Read More
Home Argyle is a partnership of housing associations in this area. Home Argyll allows you to search several housing associations at once for housing.Read More
Please visit our document library to download Application Forms, Board Minutes, Information Leaflets and News LettersRead More
Mutual exchange is where a tenant "swaps" there home by finding another tenant who is also willing to "swap" their home.Read More
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