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BHA seeks board trustees

The association is looking for people with a range of skills and experience to join its board.

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Berwickshire Housing Association is currently seeking new trustees for its board.

Berwickshire Housing Association builds and manages homes to rent to suit a range of lifestyles, personal needs and family sizes that people can afford, within the local communities of Berwickshire. With over 1,800 homes across Berwickshire, a total housing stock valued at over £40 million, an annual turnover in excess of £8 million and employing over 80 staff.

Berwickshire Housing Association’s focus is not just giving people a home, it is building communities and giving support to help people maintain their tenancy, assisting vulnerable people in their homes and also runs a Lottery funded befriending initiative to address isolation of our older members in our communities and its community windfarm is generating a sustainable future for the Association. 

Jim McDevitt, BHA Board Convener, said: “The board help the association to steer towards its vision of creating thriving rural communities by continuing to put their customers at the heart of everything the association strives to achieve.

“Berwickshire Housing Association places great value on the contribution of the board. The role of a board member is diverse and brings responsibility for developing and shaping strategy, monitoring and improving performance and improving business effectiveness.”

Helen Forsyth, Chief Executive of Berwickshire Housing Association, said: “We are particularly keen to ensure that our board is made up of people reflecting the diversity of the Berwickshire region and who can also bring a variety of skills and experience to our dedicated board.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for individuals who wish to make a difference within their local community, with an interest in housing, to join an innovative team.”

If you think you can contribute to the ongoing success of Berwickshire Housing Association and would like to find out more information about becoming a board member visit its website at www.berwickshirehousing.org.uk/about-us/become-a-trustee/or contact the Company Secretary on 01361 884000 or by e-mail to Secretary@berwickshirehousing.org.uk

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