Wheatley Homes Glasgow

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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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Housing minister Margaret Burgess, Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety and GHA chair Gordon Sloan with GHA tenants and staff, representatives of the Scottish Government, the city council and contractors CCG at Sighthill The first stage of the transformation of a Glasgow community is complete,

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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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Police are hunting two men who deliberately set fire to a Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) office in Glasgow. CCTV footage shows the pair break into the property in Ashgill Road, Milton, on Saturday at about 20:15 and attempt to set light to the door.

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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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MPs Alison Thewliss (right) and Natalie McGarry with GHA chair Gordon Sloan during their visit to the Bluevale and Whitevale tower blocks Two MPs donned hard hats to see for themselves how a pair of Glasgow tower blocks are coming down as part of regeneration plans for the area.

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Tenants and residents who were evacuated from their homes when the Red Road flats were demolished recently were able to call on ng homes housing operations staff who were on duty from 7am until after 8pm on the big day. Staff worked closely with Safedem and Glasgow Housing Association offering assis

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Work has started to dismantle the remains of the two Red Road flats in Glasgow which remained partially standing following a failed demolition at the weekend. The six remaining towers were brought down on Sunday in a single blowdown which was intended to be less disruptive to residents and businesse

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Glasgow's skyline changed forever yesterday with the demolition of the last of the Red Road flats, although not everything went to plan. Two of the six iconic Red Road towers remained partially standing due to an unforeseen difficulty.

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GHA is planning a new £5 million development of 50 houses on the site of three multi-storey blocks in Glasgow which were reduced to rubble yesterday. The controlled explosive blowdown of the high-rise buildings at Tarfside Oval in Cardonald forms part of a major regeneration of the Glasgow communit

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Clydebank East residents and local councillors were given a look at what the future could hold when they visited a nearby regeneration project. West Dunbartonshire Council approved plans to develop a regeneration strategy for Clydebank East earlier this year and after consultation with residents the

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The homes at Whitelaw Street, Maryhill Locks The third phase of the Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) got underway this week when developers started work to create 40 new terraced homes at Whitelaw Street in Glasgow.

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