Wheatley Group

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Wheatley Group Winter Ready Campaign  Tenant Peter Sutherland, 75, and wife Jemima, from Provanmill, Glasgow, have already signed up for a home check.

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Thirty-one new affordable homes are to be built in Castlehill after the move was given the green light by West Dunbartonshire Council. The project will be built on land at Carrick Terrace and Hawthornhill Road, which will be transferred to Cube Housing Association as part of the council’s strategi

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Cube chair Liz Ruine with, from left, Nina Chapman, Angie Davis and Suzanne Lavelle of the Vale of Leven Autism and Asperger’s Forum A support group for families with autistic children is celebrating a lifeline from Cube Housing Association.

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Martin Rooney, leader of West Dunbartonshire Council joins Cube tenants and staff, staff from Wheatley Group, Cube’s parent organisation, as well as representatives of West Dunbartonshire Council, the Scottish Government and contractors CCG, at the opening of new Cube homes in Beardmore Place, Dal

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An artist’s impression of how the new homes planned for Beardmore Street may look Cube Housing Association has submitted plans to build 20 new flats in Clydebank.

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A very early artist’s impression of how the site might look Fifty new homes for social rent in Dumbarton are being planned by Cube Housing Association.

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Cube Housing Association has announced plans to build 31 houses for social rent in Dumbarton. Subject to planning and other approvals, work on the homes in Carrick Terrace is expected to start in April 2016.

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Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.

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A new service has been launched to help people throughout Glasgow improve their financial skills. Funded by a £1 million grant from the Big Lottery for three years, Epic 360 comes at a time when many people are under increasing financial pressures as a result of welfare reform and the recent introd

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