Argyll And Bute Care And Repair is governed by a volunteer board representing a variety of public and private sector organisations and public office within Argyll and Bute. They all bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table and collectively, through the manager, ensure the effective and ongoing operation of the service. The board meet every 3 months to review organisational performance, funding and development matters.
Our current Board is comprised as follows:
- Anthony Davey BEM – Chair (Dunbritton Housing Association Board Member)
- Colin Renfrew – Treasurer (Chief Executive, Fyne Homes)
- Colette Benham – Deputy Chair (Director HR & Corporate Services, ACHA)
- Helen Kessell – (Ex Chair and retired NHS Occ. Therapist)
- Lesley McInnes – (Chief Executive Officer, West Highland Housing Association)
- Sephton MacQuire – (Vice Chair, Dunbritton Housing Association)
- Councillor Robin Currie
- Councillor Elaine Robertson
- Councillor Anne Horn
• Brian Barker – Advisor (Home Energy Scotland)
• Rebecca Barker – Advisor (Carr Gomm)
• Bill Halliday – Advisor (Housing Operations Manager, Argyll And Bute Council)
• Robert Tourish – Advisor (Watch Manager, Scottish Fire & Rescue Service)
• Iain Webster – Advisor (Chtd Accts, Practice Manager, Wm. Duncan (Argyll) Ltd)
Becoming a member of Argyll And Bute Care and Repairand we will send you our membership form for completion.
Members have the right to attend the annual general meeting (and any extraordinary general meeting) and have important powers under the articles of association and the Act; in particular, the members elect people to serve as directors and take decisions in relation to changes to the articles themselves.
Qualifications for membership
- Membership is open to any individual aged 16 or over, residing in Argyll & Bute who is either; an elected member of Argyll & Bute Council, or representatives of statutory or government agencies which share the objects of the charity; or representatives of voluntary groups. charities and agencies which share the objects of the charity; or individuals who have an interest living in Argyll & Bute and share the objects of the charity
- Employees of the company are not be eligible for membership.
Application for membership
- Any person who wishes to become a member must sign, and lodge with the company, a written application for membership.
- The directors may, at their discretion, refuse to admit any person to membership.
- The directors shall consider each application for membership at the first directors’ meeting which is held after receipt of the application; the directors shall, within a reasonable time after the meeting, notify the applicant of their decision on the application.
- No membership subscription is payable.