Our annual report is available to download.
The Co-operative sets rents annually, taking into account a variety of factors including all running costs, inflation, affordability, building cost indicators, future maintenance requirements, loan repayments, and in line with the rent policy.
The Co-operative’s philosophy behind rent setting is to ensure the provision of the highest possible service levels at an affordable rent. We understand the difficult financial situation many of our tenant/members face and so the Committee is pleased to be able to hold rents at an inflation only rise this year.
All tenants have had the opportunity to comment on the charges which have now been approved by our Management Committee. The new charges are outlined in the table below.
The rear parking area at the office and Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre is now a construction site and no cars can park there. The area at the front of the Resource Centre has limited parking. Visitors should use other parking areas within West Whitlawburn.
Please take care not to block access at the top of Belmont Road or to lock ups in Albany Terrace.
All West Whitlawburn Housing Co-operative members are invited to the members’ meeting on Tuesday, 4th February at 7.00 pm. Award winning journalist Lesley Riddoch will be speaking about her recently released book Blossom: What Scotland Needs To Flourish. There will be a presentation on our energy project, and representation from local police and councillors.