Wheatley Homes Glasgow

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Wheatley Homes Glasgow has started work on a £1.6 million programme to make homes more energy efficient and reduce heating bills. People living in 36 homes in Drumchapel could see their heating bills cut by 88% thanks to the innovative energy-efficiency work being carried out by the social lan

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Wheatley Homes Glasgow has been given the green light to develop 48 homes for mid-market rent at Milton in the north of the city. Collective Architecture has designed three blocks for a site on the corner of Ashgill Road at Colston Road which is currently occupied by the Association’s loc

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A Wheatley Homes Glasgow tenant says her new family home in the south of the city is “exactly what we were looking for”. Lisa Kitson moved into her new three-bedroom home in St Edmund Court, Pollok, in April this year, along with husband Patrick and sons, Lewis and Harris.

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Wheatley Homes Glasgow is helping a community drama group give people a voice. Nae Drama, based in Calton, writes and performs their own material tackling issues such as poverty and health which affect people in their communities.

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A bright new era for housing has begun today as Scotland’s largest social landlord, GHA, becomes known as Wheatley Homes Glasgow. The change – which was supported by tenants in an independent consultation – follows GHA and Cube Housing Association, both members of Wheatley Group, j

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The first households have now moved into the first phase of new housing at NorthBridge in Sighthill, in what will be a residential development of over 800 homes when complete.

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A name synonymous with social housing in Scotland will be no more in April when Scotland’s largest registered social landlord, GHA, is renamed Wheatley Homes Glasgow. The name change – supported by tenants in an independent consultation – follows GHA and Cube Housing Associati

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A pop-up larder is helping older people pick up their groceries and meet their neighbours without leaving the comfort of their block of flats. GHA tenants at 415 Nitshill Road in the south side are benefiting from the new service which offers low-cost food to residents living in their multi-storey.

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