(from left) Jamielee Daniel, Courtney McMahon, Diane Cooper, Kirsten Walker, Joy Henderson and Kimberley Fulton Housing apprentices, past and present, have given their views as to how the sector can increase its amount of young workers.
Balloch and Haldane residents are enjoying a new state-of-the-art digital learning centre and improved facilities following a £100,000 refurbishment of the area’s library. The library was officially re-opened following the makeover which has improved the interior and exterior, and also seen the n
Councillor Frank McAveety and Loretto director Cathy Fallon join Shamila and Abdul Mohamed in their new home in Eriboll Crescent A Loretto Housing tenant has praised her spacious new-build home for helping to bring her family closer together.
A pioneering scheme in Scotland’s biggest city has helped cut the number of people presenting themselves as homeless. An independent report has concluded that Housing Options in Glasgow has contributed to a 29% fall in homeless applications - from 8299 a year in 2012/2013 to 5929 in 2015/2016. The
(from left) Gerry McHugh (GHA project manager) John Brown (GHA local asset officer) Elaine Boyne (resident) Iain Blackburn (site manager) Kenny Cullen (site manager) City Building is putting its construction skills to a new use by helping to build Glasgow’s swift population.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins Councillor Frank McAveety, local elected members, staff from the Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Government, contractors Cruden as well as Wheatley Group and GHA tenants and staff to mark the start of work at Hinshelwood Drive, Ibrox Work has started on 150 ne
McTaggart Construction has successfully facilitated the delivery of over 300 jobs, training and education support events during 2016. Delivered as part of community benefit programme on behalf of Wheatley Group, Parkhead Housing Association and Link Housing, McTaggart Construction delivered 148 work
(from left) Glasgow Lord Provost Sadie Docherty, Parkhead Housing Association tenant and local veteran John Noble, who has been involved in the project, and Parkhead Housing Association chief executive Jim Strang Glasgow’s first Veterans’ Garden is to be created in the east end of the city thank
(from left) Peter Barry, strategic lead for housing; Councillor David McBride, convener of housing; housing manager John Kerr and tenant Liam Cavan West Dunbartonshire Council has unveiled an ambitious housing masterplan which will see 1000 new homes developed for rent in the area over the next five
Trainee Graeme Reid, director of horticulture for the RBGE Kevin Reid, Dunedin Canmore managing director Hazel Young and trainee Jordan Creelie in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Young people from some of Edinburgh’s poorest communities are learning how to be plant and landscaping experts thank