Rent Setting

Your choices for next year's rent.  Rent setting consultation 2020/2021.

Please find below our rent setting information booklet for 2020/21.  The closing date for responses is 23 January 2020.  All responses received by tenants and sharing owners by the closing date will be entered into our prize draw for a £50 grocery voucher.  Also, for every response received we will make a donation to West Dunbartonshire Foodshare.

There are many ways you can respond.  We’d be delighted if you could let us know your preferred option by either:

  • completing the online form below
  • returning the feedback slip
  • emailing us at sinead@clydebank-ha.org.uk
  • calling us with your views on 0141 941 1044

Your feedback will go to our voluntary Management Committee on 28 January who will make a final decision on the rent increase for 2020/2021.  We will let you know in our March ChitChat and by personal letter by 28 February.

Your 3 Options

Please note only the views of tenants and sharing owners of Clydebank Housing Association and our Registered Tenants' Organisation(s) will be able to be taken into consideration.

Option 1 - rent increase of 2.5%

  • Continued delivery of services already provided to you and your family including property maintenance, management and planned investment in your home (as detailed on page 3 of the booklet)

Option 2 - rent increase of 3%

  • As per option 1 plus a dedicated pot of money set aside for additional environmental improvements chosen by you.  These non-essential improvements could include: Cosmetic improvements eg. communal planters, tree trunk cages, planting of small trees, Bike racks, Community clear out days/litter picking events.  The pot will be split fairly across all residents.

Option 3 - rent increase of 3.5%

  • As per option 2 alongside bringing forward a feasibility study to investigate options for updating back courts, bin store/chute areas and recycling facilities

Please note that any information you provide will be managed in line with the most up-to-date Data Protection legislation.