Scottish Homes is one of three designated "neighborhoods" inside Glenmore. In order to maintain a consistent appearance, lawn service, etc., a Scottish Homes Association (SHA) is organized as a legally designated homeowners associations (HOA). Homeowners in SHA are required to join and pay annual dues and/or assessments in addition to those required by the broader Glenmore Community Association (GCA). SHA provides only the lawn services; homeowners remain responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of their homes exteriors.
SHA is a separate legal entity from GCA with its own Boards of Directors, Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Covenants and Restrictions. This allows SHA to act independently of the GCA particularly with regard to lot maintenance.
Within the SHA neighborhood, the natural park area known as Highalnds Park is managed entirely by the GCA while the local grassy common areas are maintained by the SHA. Please reference the GCA/SHA common area management agreement, linked below, for more information.
Board of Directors
George Belbey - President
Liz Burns - Vice President
Susan Cecala - Secretary
Joe Calloway -Treasurer
Rob MacGovern - Lawn Maintenance
Board Meetings Schedule
The Scottish Homes Board of Directors meets as needed, nominally every 3 months. Scottish Homes owners should notify the President (email email@example.com) of any topics they wish to discuss at a forthcoming meeting. The Annual Meeting of the membership takes place at a time and place that will be posted in advance.
The next SHA Board Meeting is set for 7 February 2024 at 7:00 PM at The Club at Glenmore. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Future Board Meetings will be announced by a SHA email from our Board at least 2 weeks before the meeting.
2024 Annual Meeting-- 7:00 PM on 27 March 2024 at The Club at Glenmore
Scottish Homes Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 12
Keswick, VA 22947
The SHA is governed by these legal documents, which are very similar to those governing the GCA. The most relevant to residents are the Covenants and Restrictions, which lay down the specific responsibilities of the association with regard to management and upkeep of individual lots as well as local common areas. In addition to these documents, the SHA must also comply with the section of Virginia law known as the Property Owners Association Act, and provide a written Complaint Procedure.