Effective management of the environment around the Association’s properties and any common areas is a key factor to ensure that our neighborhoods are attractive, well-maintained, safe and secure places to live. To achieve this, all residents are made aware of their respective responsibilities when they sign their tenancy agreement. These terms are reinforced through regular estate inspections and newsletters.
Annual House Visits
As part of the Estate Management Service, an Annual House visit is carried out to every Association house. The purpose of the visit is two-fold;
- It is an opportunity for tenants to discuss any housing matters with staff and,
- It allows the Association to ensure that the houses are being maintained to an acceptable standard.
Glasgow City Council Enforcement Officers are now operating in our area and will be issuing on the spot penalty notices of £80 to owners who do not clean up after their pets.
Cleaning up after your pet and reporting dog fouling will help keep your community a clean and attractive place to live.
If you have noticed an issue with dog fouling, you should report this to Glasgow City Council by calling 0141 287 0315, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or filling out the online form at www.glasgow.gov.uk/cleanglasgow.
If you see any evidence of vandalism please report this to our office on 0141 771 2228 to enable us to carry out a repair as soon as possible.
If you see any person commit an act of vandalism please report this to Easterhouse Police Office by calling 101 (anonymously if you wish). Please ask the Police for a Crime Report Number, and report it to the Association.
Money spent on the vandalism is money that can be spent on improving the living conditions of everyone in the area.