Wheatley Homes Glasgow

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GHA tenants in the south of Glasgow got a preview of new facilities to help older people live more independently. New amenities at a high-rise block at 415 Nitshill Road include a garden room, a new lounge and kitchen, fitness and wellbeing suite, a visitor room and a new concierge station.

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Veteran Jimmy Andrews with Wheatley veterans co-ordinator Shirley Docherty More than 100 of Scotland’s ex-servicemen and women have been given life-changing support to help them settle back into civilian life.

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(from left) GHA chair Bernadette Hewitt, EIB vice president Jonathan Taylor, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Wheatley Group Board member Jo Armstrong Wheatley Group has unveiled £185 million of new funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help build and improve thousands of affordable

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GHA chair Bernadette Hewitt and Councillor Kenny McLean join tenants and staff from GHA, Cernach Housing Association, Wheatley Group, Glasgow City Council and contractors McTaggart Construction at the start of work at Linkwood Drive Work has started on 134 new homes which will transform the heart of

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The first of 51 new social houses have arrived on site in Glasgow’s south side as a new development being delivered by CCG (Scotland) Ltd on behalf of Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) progresses. The development, which is situated at Tarfside Oval in South Cardonald, will consist of 21 storey fla

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Lorna Wilson Wheatley Group research and development manager, Lorna Wilson, has joined the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA) for a one-year secondment to lead a new project on innovative thinking in the social housing sector.

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Minister Jeane Freeman and Wheatley Foundation Chair Sir Harry Burns with tenants who have benefited from My Great Start, staff and Wheatley Foundation Board Members A pioneering service run by Wheatley Group to support new tenants make the most of their new home has helped more than 1,500 people in

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A masterplan of the Sighthill regenration area Glasgow City Council has now signed an agreement with Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) and Keepmoat Homes to deliver more than 800 new homes at the city’s Sighthill Transformational Regeneration Area (TRA).

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Residents in a development of 130 new affordable homes in Castlemilk told Scotland’s housing minister yesterday how their new houses had changed their lives. Kevin Stewart MSP was given a tour of GHA’s £14.8 million development which has been built on the site of old tenements in Dougrie Drive

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