Wheatley Group

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GHA chair Gordon Sloan joins tenant Nicola Blair and daughter Laila, and tenant John Traynor, chair of GHA’s local committee, and wife Rachel at Cathay Street in Milton A Glasgow community is in line for a £30 million boost that will see more than 170 new affordable homes built and hundreds of ex

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Wheatley Group has today confirmed it will progress plans to deliver its repairs and maintenance service through a new joint venture (JV) with Glasgow City Council. Heads of terms have been agreed that will lead to Wheatley - parent company of Scotland’s largest social landlord Glasgow Housing Ass

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Barony Housing Association is in line to join Wheatley Group in April after an overwhelming majority of tenants approved the move. An independent ballot conducted by Electoral Reform Services saw 92 per cent of Barony tenants vote to join the group with a turnout of 39.9 per cent.

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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.

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Housing minister Margaret Burgess with GHA tenant Elmerina Sim at her home in Carntyne, along with Ged Cloherty and Ryan Breslin from GHA’s repairs team Housing minister Margaret Burgess saw for herself how staff work round the clock to make sure tenants stay safe and warm this winter.

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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

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Kilmarnock town centre, a community housing build in Sutherland and an employer’s charter by Wheatley Group have been recognised for best practice in community regeneration. The projects were among the winners at the prestigious 2015 SURF Awards which were announced at a celebratory presentation e

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Alan Rough joins staff and care users at the launch of the new art exhibition An art exhibition with a difference is showcasing work by people with alcohol-related brain damage.

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Councillor David McBride, West Dunbartonshire Council spokesperson for housing and communities; Cube chair Liz Ruine; Cube board member Jackie Barnes; and Richard Cairns, West Dunbartonshire Council’s executive director, infrastructure and regeneration at the launch of Wheatley Group’s five-year

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Twenty new flats for elderly and disabled residents in Clydebank have been given the go ahead. The proposal to build two blocks of four-storey flats, which will be linked by a central glazed lobby, was granted planning permission on Wednesday.

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