Chief Executive

West of Scotland Housing Association

West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) strives to be more than just a landlord. With over 50 years of history, what sets us apart is the way in which we go further to improve the lives of our tenants, innovatively responding to their needs as their lives change.

We provide around 3,500 homes across the West of Scotland and go further to provide housing you can call home. We have a wide range of homes to suit tenants at every stage of their life including tenemental flats, family homes, amenity properties and sheltered housing.

Our Vision

We go further to provide housing you call home.

Our Mission:

We put customers at the heart of everything we do. We do this by listening to their views and caring about what matters to them. We take a flexible and innovative approach when providing homes and services that help individuals and communities thrive.

Our Values

To support our customers and communities by:

  • Being adaptable and flexible in meeting their needs
  • Empowering and providing opportunities to help them grow
  • Creating a sense of belonging
  • Engaging and connecting with others who can help

Our Strategic Aims:

  • Drive our direction and demonstrate how we will meet out Vision:
  • Deliver outstanding service to customers in all our communities
  • Actively manage our assets and develop new homes to meet local needs
  • Be the best we can be for our staff and customers
  • Work with others to improve tenants’ lives
  • Be well governed and financially strong

Willowacre Trust

Willowacre Trust is the charitable subsidiary of WSHA and has been working to tackle social disadvantage for over 50 years. Willowacre Trust is committed to the delivery of projects and services which offer additional support and opportunities to WSHA tenants with the overall aim of positively impacting on our tenants' lives.

Services delivered within communities include:

  • Community centres, multi-use games areas and urban green spaces.
  • The Imagination Library
  • Starter packs, food parcels and fuel top ups
  • Older people’s services within sheltered housing.
  • Money and Energy Advice provided from dedicated officers supports issues relating to personal debts, budgeting, fuel debt, switching tariffs and heating systems.
  • Handyperson Service is also offered to older tenants or families who are vulnerable.

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