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  • Newsletter - Dec 07 (Size: 569 Kbytes)
    Hazel Al-Kowarri, chairperson of AHP together with its partners, Aberdeenshire Council and the National Autistic Society, welcomed the First Minister and local MP, Alex Salmond, and guests to the opening of Tramaine House, Peterhead, on 24th September 2007.
  • AHP Newsletter - Aug 07 (Size: 3 Mbytes)
    This year AHP will be holding its Annual General Meeting on 1st October 2007 at Jarvis Court, Christian Watt Drive, Fraserburgh at 7pm. All tenants are invited to attend.
  • AHP Newsletter Performance Insert - Aug 07 (Size: 37 Kbytes)
    During 2006/07 AHP completed a further 15 homes at Oldmeldrum and Aboyne at a cost of GBP3million. This brought our total stock up to 611.
  • AHP Tenants Panel News - Aug 2007 (Size: 14 Kbytes)
    So far the Panel has met on four occasions since the start of the year, our latest meeting being held on June 16th at the offices of AHP near Kemnay.
  • MAR 07 PT 1 - News (Size: 499 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership Tenants' Panel met on 12th March 2007, to discuss the strategy for taking tenant participation forward. Good progress was made.
  • MAR 07 PT 2 - News (Size: 264 Kbytes)
    We are close to completing two new developments at Kingseat (near Newmachar) and the first phase at Upper Grange Peterhead. The Kingseat project is for a mix of 24 houses for families and older people.
  • Allocations Policy (Size: 135 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership recognises that allocating our properties is a vital part of our housing management role as a landlord and is a particularly important service for all our residents.
  • AHP Estate Management Policy MAR 05 (Size: 87 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership recognises that Estate Management is a vital part of our housing management role as a landlord and is a particularly important service for all our residents.
  • AHP Harassment of Minorities Policy Apr 06 (Size: 108 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership recognises that harassment of minorities is a potential threat to the peace and security of our tenants and the wider community.
  • AHP Heating Safety Policy JAN 06 (Size: 76 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership recognises that Heating Safety is a vital part of our housing management role as a landlord and is particularly important for the safety of all our residents, staff and contractors.
  • Rent Arrears Policy (Size: 122 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership believes that effective and efficient management of rent arrears is vital to the successful functioning of the company.
  • AHP Anti Social MAY 06 (Size: 107 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership believes that effective and efficient management of anti social behaviour is vital to our success to maintain strong, safe and attractive communities.
  • Maintenance (Size: 163 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership (AHP) seeks to provide high quality affordable housing and great care is taken in the design and construction of its new build properties to ensure that tenants enjoy the benefits of a modern, well-constructed house.
  • Service Charges (Size: 63 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership will operate an effective and efficient management in applying service charges. Service charges are necessary where the costs of the items concerned are not covered by the rent.
  • Tenant Consultation (Size: 71 Kbytes)
    AHP commits to ensuring that tenants have a meaningful role in the development and operation of services provided now and in the future.
  • Voids Policy (Size: 259 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership (AHP) is a registered charity established in 1999 with New Housing Partnership Funding and registered with Communities Scotland.
  • AHP Right to Repair (Size: 165 Kbytes)
    From 30th September 2002, under the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001, Scottish secure tenants and short Scottish secure tenants have the right to have small urgent repairs carried out by their landlord within a given timescale. This is called the Right to Repair scheme.
  • Strategic Plan (Size: 1 Mbytes)
    This is Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership's first Strategic Plan, it is an ambitious and forward looking document which sets out our objectives across all our services.
  • Articles of Association (Size: 221 Kbytes)
    The Companies Acts 1985 and 1989 Company Limited by Guarantee and Not having a Share Capital. Articles of Association of Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership.
  • Memorandum.pdf (Size: 87 Kbytes)
    The Companies Acts 1985 and 1989. Company Limited by Guarantee and Not Having a Share Capital Memorandum of Association of Aberdeen Housing Partnership.
  • Annual Report 05-06 (Size: 1,002 Kbytes)
    We continue to work to develop Tenant Participation and in addition to a number of surveys and questionnaires to tenants we held our Annual Tenants Event in Fraserburgh. We also commissioned TIGHRA to work with us to get tenants panels set up. We produce a quarterly tenants' newsletter and this year we prepared to launch our very own web site.
  • Annual Report 04-05 (Size: 972 Kbytes)
    One particularly pleasing feature in the past year has been the reduction in rent arrears. I hope this trend continues as it means AHP has more funds available to spend on maintaining and improving our properties.
  • AHP 2006 Annual Report and 2007 Calendar (Size: 1 Mbytes)
    It has been a pleasure to have been AHP's Chair of the Board for this year, a year that has seen major changes and achievements, both operational and strategic. This has manifested itself through Board membership, Regulation and Inspection grading, staff changes and the number of new developments.
  • Communities Scotland Inspection Report May 2007 (Size: 697 Kbytes)
    This re-inspection was carried out by Communities Scotland under section 69 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001 on behalf of Scottish Ministers.
  • AHP Access to Information Policy APR 04 (Size: 116 Kbytes)
    The purpose of this policy it to ensure that Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership complies with the principles of the Freedom of Information Act (Scotland) 2002.
  • AHP Anti Fraud (Size: 116 Kbytes)
    This policy is intended to assist the development and operation of controls that will aid in the detection and prevention of fraud against Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership.
  • AHP Code of Conduct FEB 05 (Size: 129 Kbytes)
    This Code of Conduct includes the legal requirements (from Schedule 7 of the Housing (Scotland) Act 2001), and goes beyond these.
  • Customer Charter (Size: 73 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership is committed to providing the highest standard of service to all customers. We achieve this by being open, fair and honest in all our practices. We treat our customers as we would wish to be treated ourselves.
  • Complaints Policy (Size: 99 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership aims to provide a first class service. There will however be occasions when Tenants or others may wish to complain about the level of service they receive.
  • Data Protection (Size: 104 Kbytes)
    The purpose of this policy it to ensure that Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership complies with the principles of data protection outlined in the Data Protection Act.
  • Disclosure 2006 (Size: 83 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership takes very seriously its role in protecting its tenants and service users and the integrity of the organisation in delivering its range of services.
  • Equality and Diversity 2005 (Size: 82 Kbytes)
    This policy reflects Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership to commitment to ensuring and promoting diversity and equality of opportunity in housing, employment and provision of services for all people within its range of work.
  • Gifts and Hospitality 2005 (Size: 76 Kbytes)
    The principle of integrity requires that Board members and staff should not place themselves under obligation that might influence, or be perceived to influence, the conduct of their duties.
  • Recruitment Selection and Retention (Size: 131 Kbytes)
    Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership believes that the effective recruitment, selection and retention of excellent staff is central and crucial to the successful functioning of the Partnership.
  • Relationships with other Organisations Policy (Size: 76 Kbytes)
    The aim of the policy is to ensure that Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership continues to work within an explicit framework that will support all of its professional work.
  • Whistleblowing (Size: 75 Kbytes)
    This policy is intended to cover staff, Board, consultants or contractors working with us. If you are a tenant, member of the public or other service user, you should raise any concerns that would normally be called Whistleblowing directly with the Chief Executive/Chair of the Board, or in writing to us.
  • Press and Journal Article 18th June 2008 (Size: 1 Mbytes)
    A Vision for Tomorrow's Communities A news article that was featured in the North-East of Scotland's daily newspaper, the Press and Journal, highlighting the work of the Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership (AHP).
  • Tenant Participation Strategy (Size: 237 Kbytes)
    A Strategy is a plan for future action and this strategy is our plan to ensure that all tenants of Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership can exercise their rights to influence the housing service and help us reach decisions that work effectively and fairly for tenants.
  • Newsletter Spring 2008 (Size: 3 Mbytes)
    Our most recent Newsletter brings you some Top Tips from TV's Aggie MacKenzie, the 'urban village' schedule for the Broch, an article on the two new developments at Sauchen and Alford, some handy tips to help you avoid accidents, and much more.
  • Jarvis Court Information Sheet (updated June 2008) (Size: 404 Kbytes)
    Jarvis Court, Fraserburgh. A joint initiative by: Aberdeenshire Housing Partnership and Aberdeenshire Council
  • AHP Christmas Newsletter 2008 (Size: 2 Mbytes)
    Beating the credit crunch this Christmas - Tips to keep costs down this festive season, update on new developments, AHP officers celebrating success, new blood on board, remembering a simpler Christmas past, cutting fuel costs, WIN a bottle of lovely Malt whiskey
  • 2009 Annual Report and 2010 Calendar (Size: 1 Mbytes)
    We are very pleased that we are celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year. You will see that we are following recent tradition and our Annual Report is being produced in the popular calendar format.