About Us

Pineview Housing Association was established in 1991 as Pineview Housing Co-operative following a stock transfer of properties in the Pinewood area from the then Glasgow District Council.  Since that time the Association has completed seven phases of improvement and new build housing in the Pinewood area, a shared ownership project in the Stonedyke Area, a new build project in the Broadholm area and six projects in the Waverley area.  Following a successful transfer of engagements process, the tenants of the Kendoon HA voted to transfer to Pineview, with the transfer completing on 1 February 2021.

The Association is managed by a voluntary Management Committee of up to 15 members.  The committee are supported by our staff team, and external services that we buy in.  Together we work to provide excellent service to our tenants and other customers by providing a wide range of housing services embracing a stock of 853 homes (852 self contained, and 1 HMO).  We also provide management services to 21 sharing owners and factoring services to 30 residential and commercial owners.

Our Business Plan provides more information on the work we do and our current and future priorities.

Business Plan

Tenant Satisfaction

During 2022 we carried out an independent Tenant Satisfaction Survey, in which 91.50% of respondents stated that they were satisfied with the services of the Association.  It is core to our business that our customers are satisfied with the services we provide and the Association is committed to continually aiming to improve on these.  More details available - tenant satisfaction

Where Does our Funding Come From?

The funding for our developments came from a mixture of governmental grants and private finance loans that the Association borrowed (please see our annual financial statements for more details).  The sources of funding that the Association uses to pay for the running of the business and the services for our customers, come from the rents and service charges applied and the interest accrued on investments for future repair and maintenance work.  The Association also receives adaptation grant funding from the Scottish Government for adapting our tenants homes for medical purposes (following referral from occupational therapists and subject to grant funding being available.

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