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.
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
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
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.
Patrick Harvie, minister for zero carbon buildings, active travel and tenants’ rights, visited a Glasgow community to see how Wheatley Group is leading the way in driving a green agenda and eliminating fuel poverty. Mr Harvie visited Broomhill to meet staff and tenants of GHA – part of W
Homes in Glasgow are to benefit from major improvements in energy efficiency thanks to a new net-zero retrofit project by GHA. A total of 36 Canadian timber homes in Drumchapel will benefit from a £1.5 million ‘deep retrofit’ programme.
Wheatley Group has hailed the work of its ‘Connected Response’ technology – in the form of a small device attached to the wall – which allows people to set the time and temperature for their electric heating. It has been shown to reduce energy use by up to 30% and c