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Information for customers moving on to Universal Credit

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Make a difference

You can make a difference to our service and make a difference for the better in your homes. We consult with our tenants and listen to what they say, making changes based on what they say to us. Find out more and have your say.

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Money advice

It's always a good idea to keep on top of your spends which is why IHA has a money advice team on hand to help you manage your money and save it where you can! Find out about and get extra help with benefits, bank accounts and debt problems

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Rent a home with IHA

We have lots of housing choices to suit you. In most areas we use choice-based lettings systems which means you can look for properties you like and apply for the ones you choose.

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Find out more about IHA

Irvine Housing Association is a non-profit making Housing Association established in 1993, registered with, and monitored by, the Scottish Housing Regulator. It is also a registered Industrial & Provident Society.

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Exchange your home

Irvine Housing Association tenants can now benefit from free membership of the popular home swapping service, with access to around 250,000 users from all over the country, all looking to exchange their home.

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First homes arrive at modular housing development in South Ayrshire

The first four homes have been delivered to our affordable modular housing development – the country’s largest – in South Ayrshire. The important milestone was reached this week as the first 10 modules arrived on site at Kilmarnock Road, Dundonald, and were craned into place. These modules make up the first four homes comprising three

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Work begins on 77 new homes in Irvine

We have started work on the development of 77 brand new affordable homes in Irvine. The new properties will form phase two of the successful Tarryholme development, where 87 homes were built in 2019. The £13million project – which is supported by a £6million grant from the Scottish Government – should be complete by Autumn

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