(from left) Willie Maben, Karen Wright, Alistair Rankine, Jim Stockard and David Stewart A US housing expert saw for himself how Dunedin Canmore is bringing a Victorian building in Edinburgh back to life as part of its drive to make homes warmer and more comfortable.
David Baptie, senior building surveyor (planned) at Dunedin Canmore and George Donaldson, managing director at Insulation Solutions Scotland, celebrate with their award A project to help tackle fuel poverty for 200 Dunedin Canmore tenants has scooped a top energy-efficiency award.
Councillor Cammy Day with Dunedin Canmore staff (left to right)Back row: Ewan Fraser, Neringa Pakalnyte, Brian Duddy, Glenn Rivers, James Worthington, Robert Buchanan, Fiona Scott, Bill Maloney, Hazel Young, Councillor Cammy DayFront row: Walter Fairnie, Michelle Pinkerton, Billy Bowes, Jane Clousto
Housing association representatives with housing leader Councillor Cammy Day, health, social care and housing convener, Councillor Ricky Henderson, the City of Edinburgh Council chief executive Andrew Kerr, council leader Councillor Andrew Burns and deputy leader Councillor Sandy Howat Edinburgh is
Dunedin Canmore is to build 31 new homes in East Lothian for the over 55s. The development, in Musselburgh, is part of a drive to help older people live independently in their homes for longer.
Dunedin Canmore, part of Wheatley Group, has promoted one of its managers to a new key role of operations director. Robert Buchanan, 40, previously head of IT and change management, took up the new position at the start of January.
Thousands of older tenants in some of Scotland’s most deprived communities are receiving extra help from their housing association this Christmas. Wheatley Group’s social landlords - GHA, Cube, West Lothian Housing Partnership, Loretto and Dunedin Canmore - are distributing £40 of food vouchers
Thousands of Edinburgh kids living in poverty are guaranteed a visit from Santa this Christmas thanks to Dunedin Canmore and Radio Forth. Dunedin Canmore staff raised £6,000 for Radio Forth’s Cash for Kids’ ‘Mission Christmas’ campaign which provides gifts and grants for 14,000 disadvantage
(from left) Derek Grant, Scott Cunningham, James Cunningham, first minister Nicola Sturgeon and Johnny Smith Almost 150 young people in Edinburgh have improved their health, wellbeing and job prospects thanks to a Dunedin Canmore project and the great outdoors.
Wheatley Group Winter Ready Campaign Tenant Peter Sutherland, 75, and wife Jemima, from Provanmill, Glasgow, have already signed up for a home check.
Alex Neil Vacant land and buildings which were previously in public sector ownership are being redeveloped to allow the construction of hundreds of affordable homes, the Scottish Government has announced.
A hostel for homeless people in Edinburgh has been given the highest grading of Excellent following a recent unannounced inspection by the Care Inspectorate. Dunedin Canmore’s Harbour Hostel was given the rating for 5 out of 6 Quality Statements inspected against, with the 6th receiving a Very Goo
The vital work that housing professionals and organisations carry out is to be celebrated at an annual awards ceremony in Edinburgh. Radio Forth’s Arlene Stuart will be on hand to present the prizes which recognise the impact housing professionals and organisations have on people and communities a
An early artist’s impression of how the site might look Dunedin Canmore has announced plans to build 24 homes for social rent in Edinburgh.
Seven-spot ladybird (credit William Richardson) Dunedin Canmore has teamed up with the Central Scotland Green Network Trust (CSGNT) to provide more gardening opportunities for its tenants.