Wheatley Homes Glasgow

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One of GHA's first and longest-serving board members, Maria Fyfe, made a "huge and lasting contribution" to the transformation of housing in Glasgow, the Association has said. Ms Fyfe, who served as the MP for Glasgow Maryhill between 1987 and 2001, died on Thursday after a short illness a

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Glasgow-based construction firm City Building has created valuable job opportunities for young people across the city after welcoming 60 new apprentices, with support from the Glasgow Guarantee. Following an intensive recruitment process, this year’s intake includes apprentice joiner

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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 was yesterday given an update on the progress of the Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA) which noted the achievement of key milestones and looked forward to future projects within the TRA.

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GHA staff raised a mountain of cash for charity by climbing the height of Mount Everest twice. GHA’s Elliott Gibb (far right) and Colin Clark (far left) with Kelsi McFadden and Ethan Mcinally of Getting The Message Across at Govan Cross

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Councillors have given GHA the green light to proceed with its plans to develop 70 new homes at the site of a former Glasgow school. Glasgow City Council had agreed to sell the Garscadden Primary School site in Hurlford Avenue to the Association for £196,000 before plans were submitted back in

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The tenant chair of Glasgow Housing Association has renewed calls for “urgent and radical” change to Universal Credit as the coronavirus crisis continues. Bernadette Hewitt today called on the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to take immediate action on five fronts, including ending

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A concierge at a multi-storey block in Glasgow has been hailed a hero for helping save a toddler’s life. Christine Hepburn panicked when son Arron, 4, collapsed and stopped breathing at their Glasgow Housing Association home in Kingsway Court, Scotstoun.

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