The Property Services Department has responsibility for the
• Repairs and Maintenance
• Landscape Maintenance
• Health and Safety
This includes day-to-day reactive repairs, empty property repairs,
adaptations for the disabled and cyclical and planned maintenance
to all Association properties.
The repairs function involves the
supervision and monitoring of Contractor's performance, to ensure
that the required quality and performance standards are
Right to Repair
Cyclical Works. Every year the Association
carries out a programme of cyclical repair work across its stock.
This work includes annual gas safety inspections, bi-annual gutter
cleaning, 5 yearly electrical testing (to properties over 15 years
old) and 5-yearly repairs and repainting.
The Association carries out major improvement or upgrade works to
its stock in line with priorities identified in the stock condition
survey. Also, where components have reached the end of their
useful life. See our
planned maintenance programme for 2012/13.
The Association is working along with all
other Registered Social Landlords towards achieving compliance with
the Scottish Housing Quality Standard to its housing stock by 2015.
Ongoing consultation will take place with tenants and their tenants
groups in the achievement of this standard.
Association recognises that there is a need to address
environmental protection on an international, national and local
setting. The Association will, through the introduction of its
Sustainability and Environmental Policy, demonstrate its commitment
to this agenda through self evaluation and working together with
customers and partner organisations in accordance with the
Association's wider strategic and operational requirements.
and Environmental Policy
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