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29 Jan Neil Anderson retires from Kendoon Neil Anderson, director of Kendoon Housing Association in Drumchapel, Glasgow, is to retire at the end of this month.
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Changes to Your Scottish Secure Tenancy Rights

Intoduced by the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014

The tenancy agreement you have with us is a Scottish secure tenancy agreement. You will have received a letter explaining the changes to Scottish secure tenancy rights made by the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014. 

The information contained within the following information affects your rights under the tenancy agreement you signed when you took up your tenancy. You should keep it in a safe place along with your tenancy agreement in case you need to refer to it in future. 

Telling Us About Changes to Your Household 

To ensure that your tenancy rights are protected it is very important to ensure that you advise us of any changes to your household. 

This includes telling us about anyone who has previously moved in with you who you haven’t already told us about, and when anyone moves into or out of your home in the future at the time they do so.

If you are unsure about whether you have told us about anyone who has moved into your home let us know now. 

You can do this by:

Writing to us at:

Suite 16, Garscadden House, 3 Dalsetter Crescent, Drumchapel, Glasgow, G15 8TG

Calling us on :

0141 944 8282 

Emailing us on:

Calling into our office at:

The above address.

We will acknowledge receipt of your notification.