A partnership between Glasgow Kelvin College and Wheatley Group which brings digital access and learning to some of Scotland’s most digitally excluded communities has been recognised with a prestigious award.
Published 14 September 2016
A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.
Published 7 September 2016
A housing activist who founded the Castlemilk East Housing Co-operative in 1984 has been crowned Glasgow’s first recipient of the Mary Barbour Award.
Published 29 August 2016
A delegation of MSPs visited Cube Housing Association last week to hear how it engages with tenants.
Published 29 August 2016
John Wheatley Learning Network, the flourishing partnership between Glasgow Kelvin College and Wheatley Group, has been nominated for two prestigious awards.
Published 25 August 2016
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened an innovative new learning centre designed to support people receiving care and support.
Published 22 July 2016
Wheatley Group is the highest-placed large organisation in a league table of the UK’s best 50 social landlords, as judged by national housing magazine 24housing.
Published 21 July 2016
Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow.
Published 15 July 2016
Three of Wheatley Group’s partner organisations are celebrating success following Quality Scotland’s 25th Anniversary Awards.
Published 12 July 2016
Wheatley Group has appointed Tom Barclay as its new group director of property and development.
Published 11 July 2016
International ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has downgraded its credit rating for Wheatley Group citing the “increasing political uncertainty” which has followed the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Published 7 July 2016
Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) has opened a new digital learning centre in Toryglen to give social housing tenants access to free online access and support.
Published 6 July 2016
Loretto Housing Association is investing £54 million in building new homes and improving existing properties across central Scotland.
Published 30 June 2016
A £100 million clean up is set to take place aimed at improving the environment of 200 thousand Scottish housing association tenants and creating over 200 new jobs.
Published 28 June 2016
Cube Housing Association’s innovative district heating system in Glasgow has attracted international attention.
Published 23 June 2016