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Rent consultation 13 January – 10 February 2014


Where your rent goes summary of accounts 2012/13


What we spent 2012/13 • • • • • •

£10.8m on building new homes £5.3m on cyclical and reactive repairs £4.7m managing homes £2m on housing support £1m on refurbishing existing homes £1m on loan interest


Major repairs • • • • • •

New kitchens New bathrooms New windows Re-wiring Central heating Complete refurbishment


Affordable homes • • • •

Improving homes Reducing energy bills Building new homes Houses for sale


Local environment • • • • • •

Litter removal Safety and security Close cleaning Estate management Gardens and back courts Working with city cleansing


Anti-social behaviour • • • •

Police Scotland partnership Hate crime third party reporting Cleaning graffiti Anti-Social Behaviour Liaison Group • Crime awareness for schools • Youth outreach workers • Weekend, evening and school holiday activities.


13 January – 10 February 2014 Give your views about the rent increase proposal of 3.1% for 2014/15: Call Email Talk Attend Visit

0141 945 3003 rent@qcha.org.uk to your housing team one of four events www.qcha.org.uk


Four consultation event dates Westercommon Courtyard Weds, 15 January, 2-5pm Woodside Hub Thurs, 16 January, 2-5pm Queens Cross Community Room Weds, 29 January, 4-6pm Dundasvale Community Hall Thurs, 30 January, 2-5pm


Rent increase consultation 2014