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Cunninghame Housing Association names street after long-standing board member

The street has been named after Janet Strang, a long-standing CHA board member and former chairperson.

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Cunninghame Housing Association (CHA) has completed its new build development at Corrie Crescent, Saltcoats, on the site of the former St Brendan’s Church. Work started on site on 29 June 2020 and was completed on 10 May 2021.

The main contractor was Clyde Coast Contracts, which is based in Ayr. The overall development costs to deliver the contract was £1,963,000. The association was awarded £1.1 million from the Scottish Government to support the delivery of the new homes. A total of 13 new homes for rent have been provided, a mixture of two and three-bedroom family houses as well as two cottage flats.

A closing ceremony was held on Monday 10 May 2021 to mark the completion of the properties and to showcase the naming of the street after Janet Strang, a long-standing CHA board member and former chairperson.

Frank Sweeney, Group CEO of Cunninghame Housing Association, said: “working in partnership with both North Ayrshire Council and the Scottish Government to deliver this new project, we are delighted with the finished product which offers much-needed, desirable, quality accommodation for rent in this popular part of Saltcoats.”

Janet Strang, CHA Company Secretary, said: “I am absolutely thrilled that this street has been named after me.

“My thanks to the Three Towns Area Committee for the honour – most appreciated.”

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