Wheatley Group

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Wheatley Group won two prizes at the prestigious Scottish Home Awards in recognition of its transformation of derelict buildings in Glasgow into much needed affordable new homes. The housing group won Renovation of the Year for the conversion of Bell Street Stables in Glasgow’s Merchant City,

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Glasgow City Council has rejected plans submitted by Wheatley Group to demolish 12 lock-up garages and build seven mews-style homes in the city's West End. The planning application concerned the rear of 7 Lowther Terrace at Redlands Lane, just off Great Western Road.

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Tenants have praised the "brilliant support" they have received from Wheatley Group’s housing officers during the pandemic. Wheatley’s 500 housing staff across Scotland have been working from home since March and are staying in close contact with their tenants, particularly the elderly a

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Wheatley Group has helped hundreds of homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis. Wheatley has worked with the Scottish Government, local authority partners and other agencies to help tackle homelessness and rough sleeping.

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Scotland’s Housing First Pathfinder has created more than 300 tenancies with an additional 50 added since April, a monitoring report released today has revealed.

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The Wheatley Foundation, part of Wheatley Group, has given bursaries to 80 people in its communities across Scotland to support their dreams of studying at college and university.

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Two Wheatley Group professionals have been recognised as leaders in their fields. Wheatley Group solicitor Katie Graham has been recognised by the Law Society of Scotland for her expertise in housing law, while her colleague, Joanne Connelly has been named in the top 100 Young Chartered Accountants

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Work to provide more affordable DGHP homes for rent has started across Dumfries and Galloway as part of an £11 million project.

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