Glasgow West Housing
Association Limited

5 Royal Crescent
G3 7SL
Phone:  0141 331 6650
Fax:      0141 331 6679


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Your tenancy agreement is a legal contract between the tenant and GHWA. It is a Scottish Secure Tenancy Agreement (SST). It gives details of rights and responsibilities of the tenant and the landlord. The tenant must sign the tenancy  agreement before the tenancy begins. By signing the agreement, the tenant agrees to accept the conditions laid out in it. 

Tenant GWHA




Rent is to be paid monthly, in advance on or before the 28th of each month.

If you are entitled to Housing Benefit or Universal Credit housing costs element, to help pay all or part of your rent, it is your responsibility to make the claim and inform the relevant authority of any change in circumstances.
We will consult you on any proposed rent charge
We will give you at least 4 weeks' notice of any rent increase

Use of the Property





  • You must live in the property as your principal home
  • You must take care to avoid damage to the property and surrounding area
  • You must keep the property clean and tidy
  • You must make sure that the property is adequately heated and ventilated
  • Your right to keep any pet is subject to it now causing nuisance and you must obtain our written permission
  • You must not use the property for illegal purposes
If you have abandoned the property, GWHA can bring the tenancy to an end by serving statutory notices.

If you receive information that you have used the property for illegal purposes we will pursue court action to end your tenancy.







  • You must tell us when repairs are needed
  • In certain circumstances, you have the right to have repairs carried out yourself and be compensated
  • You must allow access to your property for repairs, safety checks and planned maintenance
  • We will maintain the property in a condition that is tenantable and wind and watertight
  • If you do allow access for repairs or maintenance of your property then GWHA can get a court order to allow access
  • You must ask permission before carrying out any alterations to your home and garden.

Respect for Others



  • You must not behave in an Anti-Social way and are also responsible for the behaviours of everyone who lives with you and your visitors
  • You must show respect and consideration to your neighbours
  • GWHA will not discriminate against you for any reason




AGM 2018

Our AGM took place on 25 June 2018, please see here for an update on the event and news that Linda Reid, Chief Executive will be retiring.

Annual Account 2017/18

Please click here to view the 2017/18 annual accounts