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RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15

East Ayrshire Tenants
& Residents Federation
13 November 2013
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15

Our Priorities
• Build new council houses
• Achieve Scottish Housing Quality Standard by 2015
•...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15

Strategic Local Programme
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West Langlands Street, Kilmarnock
Ayr Road, Cumnock
Ch...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
Strategic Local Programme continued
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Robertland Square, Stewarton
Kilwinning Road, S...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15

Scottish Housing Quality Standard
• Delivering above the minimum Standard... Improving energy
e...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
Our Programme
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Efficient heating: 900 houses - £2.55M

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Re-roofing: 126 houses - £1.048M

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...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
• Door entry system renewal: 600 houses - £0.33M
• UPVC window and door replacement: 400 houses ...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
Overall Effect
• Lock-up rent increase:

21p per week over full year

• Garage site increase:

£...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
Year
EAC Increase

2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

£2.75

£1.99

£2.76

£3.68

COUNCIL

AVER...
RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
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East Ayrshire Council Rent Conultation 2014-15 - East Ayrshire Tenants and Residents Federation 13/11/13

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East Ayrshire Council Rent Conultation 2014-15 - East Ayrshire Tenants and Residents Federation 13/11/13

  1. 1. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 East Ayrshire Tenants & Residents Federation 13 November 2013
  2. 2. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Our Priorities • Build new council houses • Achieve Scottish Housing Quality Standard by 2015 • Deliver a good service to tenants
  3. 3. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Strategic Local Programme • • • • • • • West Langlands Street, Kilmarnock Ayr Road, Cumnock Chapel Lane, Galston Skeoch Road, Mauchline Portland Street, Kilmarnock Witch Road, Kilmarnock Rennie Street, Kilmarnock
  4. 4. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Strategic Local Programme continued • • • • • • Robertland Square, Stewarton Kilwinning Road, Stewarton Campbeltown Drive, Kilmarnock Lochore Terrace, Darvel Brewland Street, Galston Riccarton Road, Hurlford • Total 205 houses
  5. 5. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15
  6. 6. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Scottish Housing Quality Standard • Delivering above the minimum Standard... Improving energy efficiency • Energy Efficient Windows and Doors • Energy Heating Systems • General Improvements to external envelope • Modern Kitchen, Bathroom Facilities and Services
  7. 7. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Our Programme • Efficient heating: 900 houses - £2.55M • Re-roofing: 126 houses - £1.048M • New kitchens, bathrooms and rewiring: 850 houses £5.15M • Re-rendering / thermal upgrading of walls: 208 houses - £1.95M
  8. 8. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 • Door entry system renewal: 600 houses - £0.33M • UPVC window and door replacement: 400 houses £1.08M • External preservation and timber repairs: 117 houses £0.17M • Asbestos removal and stock initiatives - £1.375M
  9. 9. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Overall Effect • Lock-up rent increase: 21p per week over full year • Garage site increase: £1.52 per annum • House Rent increase: £3.68 per week over full year • Average Rent of: £63.56 (52 weeks) • Below Scottish Average / other local providers • Housing Improvement Programme £13.281M
  10. 10. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 Year EAC Increase 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 £2.75 £1.99 £2.76 £3.68 COUNCIL AVERAGE WEEKLY RENT 2013/14 £ East Ayrshire 59.88 South Ayrshire 59.77 North Ayrshire 62.02 Scottish Local Authority Average 61.50 REGISTERED SOCIAL LANDLORDS AVERAGE WEEKLY RENT 2013/14 £ Atrium 75.85 Shire Cunningham Irvine 76.35 82.59 74.68
  11. 11. RENT CONSULTATION 2014/15 What do you think? Have we got our priorities right? Let us know your views. Any questions?

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