Following recent television coverage of the problems people have been having with Hotpoint Whirlpool washing machines, the Association would like to reassure all our tenants liviing in flatted properties who have a Hotpoint washer/dryer provided by the Association that these are not part of the recall. For more information about machine which could potentially be dangerous and details of how to contact Whirlpool, click here.
The Scottish Housing Regulator has published a short guide "How we regulate: A guide for tenants and service users". Click here for more information and for links to relevant websites.
The Association has a two bedroom mid terrace house at Burnside, Plockton available for sale under the Scottish Government’s shared equity scheme. Interested parties will require to arrange mortgage funding and meet necessary eligibility criteria. The potential minimum price, subject to eligibility, would be £81,600.
We also have a two bedroom semi detached house in the Home Farm area of Portree available for sale by the current owners under the Scottish Government’s shared equity scheme. Interested parties will require to arrange mortgage funding and meet necessary eligibility criteria. The potential minimum price, subject to eligibility, would be £76,500.
A two bedroom/4 person detached house in Armadale is now available for sale by the current owners under the Scottish Government’s shared equity scheme. Interested parties will require to arrange mortgage funding and meet necessary eligibility criteria. The potential minimum price, subject to eligibility, would be £86,700.
Product Recall Information - to contribute towards the health and safety of our tenants and sharing owners, we would like to share details of the Whirlpool tumble dryer product recall with you. Please click here for more information.
Short-Term Lets - we are writing to our tenants on Skye, warning them against sub-letting their homes to tourists. Tenants are warned that they could be violating their tenancy agreement by using short-term letting websites such as Airbnb. Click here to see the full article on the BBC news page.
The Highland Council will be enforcing on-street waiting and loading restrictions in Portree from 14 May 2019. Click here for more details.
In order for you to be considered for a property in any development or any of our current stock that become vacant, you must ensure that you are on the Highland Housing Register.
New developments are usually allocated 6 weeks before completion.
Please contact our Housing Services Team if you want to check if you have a current application or if you wish to request an application form.
EU Exit – What You Need to Know
You may have questions about what EU exit - or BREXIT - means for you. You might have questions about the availability of medicines or food, or how EU citizens living in Scotland may be affected. Please click here to go to the Scottish Government website for further details.
This site provides information and guidance to help you prepare for EU exit, including a 'no deal' situation. Not all information is available at this time. Regular updates will be made to this site as new information becomes available.
Would you like to help improve social landlord services in Scotland? The National Panel is one of the ways that the Scottish Housing Regulator can hear what people think and make sure they focus on the important things. Click here for more information. The latest National Panel survey is now live and is open to all users of social landlord services.
Our Landlord Report for 2018 has been published by the Scottish Housing Regulator. There is a copy on our Performance page, please click here for more details.
Following the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in London, we would like to assure everyone living in a Lochalsh & Skye Housing Association home that we take your safety very seriously. Click here for more information.
Your Privacy and Personal Data - We value your privacy and want you to be clear about the data we collect and store, how we use this and the rights you have to control that information.
Please get in touch if you have any questions.
Some of our tenants and shared equity owners in the Home Farm, Portree, development have Biomass heating systems installed in their properties. These addresses include:-
Leathad Na Sobhraig Bealach Nan Ciobairean Rathad Na h-Airigh Cearn Romasdail
A guide to the Biomass heating system guide has been developed to help you to use your heating effectively. Please click here to see a copy of the Biomass R+ V4 handbook.
You can telephone us on 01478 612035 or use the online form if you need further assistance.