Board of Management

Angus Housing Association strives for the highest level of governance and to support this, the Board of Management follow policies relating to this. The key document is the Association’s Rules which govern the way in which the Association operates and sets limits and obligations on the Board of Management. The key documents for Board governance can be found below.



Our staff are held to the highest standards of principles of public life and documents covering these can be found below.



The Association is required by the Scottish Housing Regulator and OSCR to provide regular statutory and regulatory information. Details of these can be found below.



AHA’s Procurement mission statement is to ensure that the organisation achieves value for money, optimises the combination of whole-life cost and quality in order to meet end user’s requirements through robust and clear procurement policies and procedures, while ensuring our procurement activities support organisational objectives.

Angus Housing Association have implemented best working  procurement practices and processes when purchasing goods, works and services in line with both EU and Scottish Procurement Legislation. We do this as we want to provide better services to our customers while obtaining the best possible value for money when buying from external contractors and suppliers.

Public procurement is subject to the EU Treaty principles of non-discrimination, free movement of goods and freedom to provide services.

The most important of these general principles of law to be aware of in the procurement context are:

  • equality of treatment.
  • transparency.
  • mutual recognition.
  • proportionality.

In keeping with both the EU Treaty principles and the Scottish Governments key priorities of Procurement. Angus Housing Association’s  Procurement processes deliver contracts which are either advertised via Public Contracts Scotland or via a number of national frameworks which include Scottish Procurement national contracts open to all public sector bodies and Scotland Excel the Centre of Procurement Expertise for Scotland’s local government sector and wider public sectors throughout Scotland.

A copy of our Fair Work Statement can be found here.