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Once again the West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative Management Committee is delighted to announce that charges for all heating and hot water supplied by WWHC will be frozen from 1st April 2018 – 31st March 2019. This will be the fifth consecutive year we have been able to freeze prices.
You will note from press and media reports the considerable increase in fuel costs by the majority of the big fuel suppliers, often more than 10%.
WWHC is able to keep charges frozen again by virtue of the fact we are a not-for-profit organisation, we have efficient cost controls and a long term fuel purchase policy in place.
In addition we are delighted to note that due to our fuel source being biomass we are contributing an estimated 1,600 tonnes of carbon savings each year to the environment.
If you have any questions or want further information on your heating system please do not hesitate to contact the office.
Staff and Committee at West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative are saddened by the news of the passing of Frank Gallagher, aged 94, on Saturday, 24th March 2018. Frank was WWHC’s original Vice Chair and was a stalwart of the Voluntary Housing Movement, with a passionate commitment to social housing and social justice. Frank will be sadly missed.
The Co-operative’s offices will be closed on Friday, 30th March and Monday, 2nd April. The office will re-open at 9:15 am on Tuesday, 3rd April.
If tenants need an emergency repair carried out during this time they should contact our Concierge team on 0141 646 1924 or via their handset.
Recruiting a Development Worker and Community Engagement Worker at Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre
Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre are recruiting a Development Worker and a Community Engagement Worker. Details of both posts are available on WCRC’s website. The closing date for both positions is Tuesday, 3rd April 2018.
Please contact Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre directly if you have any questions about these jobs.