This year’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Tuesday 21st August 2018 at 5.30pm in Bargarran Community Centre and we encourage all members to come along. Refreshments will be available from 5.00pm prior to the start of the meeting.

Only Members of the Association will be invited along to the Annual General Meeting.

How to become a Share Member of the Association

To become a Share Member of the Association you must fill in an application form which can be obtained from the Officeor by clicking here.  The Application form should be completed and returned along with £1.  Your Share application will be considered by the Board at their next meeting.  If your application is approved by the Board you will immediately become a member and your name and address will appear in the Register of Members and you will be issued with a certificate for one share of the Association.

Who can become a Share Member of the Association

Tenants of the Association or partners or adult offspring (18 or over) of Tenants who reside with them, Owner Occupiers and the partners or adult offspring (18 or over) of such Owner/Occupiers residing with them or general individuals can become Share Members of the Association.

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

We are the largest Social Housing provider in Erskine.  We provide landlord services to over 800 Tenants and a Factoring Service to over 2500 Owner Occupiers and we build houses for social rent.  The Association, which is a Registered Scottish Charity is run by a voluntary Board of Trustees and we are looking for new members to join our team, particularly, but not exclusively from people who live in Erskine.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU AND WHAT’S IN IT FOR US

WHAT IS IN IT FOR YOU? WHAT DO WE GET?
·         You get the opportunity to have your say

·         Personal development opportunities and training

·         Improve your knowledge on how the Association is run

·         Use your skills where they are really needed

·         Meet new people

·         Your skills

·         Your enthusiasm

·         Your commitment

·         Your ideas

·         Better community representation

·         Resident involvement

·         Good governance of the organisation

Some of the skills we are looking for are: Finance, Business Management, Business Planning, and Housing Management, experience of working in or governing a small sized charity.

If you would like to discuss your possible involvement with the Association, please contact: Ian McLean, Chief Executive on 0141 812 2237, imclean@bridgewaterha.org.uk