Sisters Jessica Monteith, Ciera Monteith and Megan Monteith on the new climbing frame in Inchyra Place A brand new community play park has opened in Grangemouth after a £150,000 makeover by Loretto Housing and its partner City Building.
Springburn Academy pupils with McTaggart’s community benefit officer, Ross Hammell, Wheatley Group’s Rona Anderson and Kevin Chavner, site manager, Joe Jordan assistant site manager, Craig Helders Glasgow school pupils laid the foundations for their future careers with a day helping out at a con
Sir Harry Burns (far right) and fellow Wheatley Foundation board member Jean-Albert Nietcho (far left) with some of the new intake of apprentices who will be working with GHA Housing, care and property management group Wheatley has this year doubled its number of Modern Apprentices.
Loretto Housing Association is investing £54 million in building new homes and improving existing properties across central Scotland. The housing association – which is part of Wheatley Group – has revealed that, over five years, it is spending £46m on building more than 450 new affordable hom
Leader of Glasgow City Council, Frank McAveety, was on hand to open the newly completed Mosspark Boulevard, a 54 home development located in the south side of Glasgow. Mr McAveety visited the project earlier this month and met some of the new residents.
Plans to build 28 homes for mid-market and social rent on behalf of Loretto Housing Association have been submitted to Glasgow City Council. Designed by Page\Park Architects, the homes will be located on the site of a former care home in Springburn.
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
(from left) Loretto chair Michael Burns, Lauryn (12), Lee Feeney, (holding Cobin, 6 months), Margaret Burgess, Blossom (8) and Finnlay (6). Nathanael (3) is in front. Housing minister Margaret Burgess visited a new Loretto housing development to hear how the 26 energy-efficient homes have improved p