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Time is running out for people to apply for 50 further education bursaries from Wheatley Group.
Wheatley Group is searching for 10 talented university leavers to join its graduate training programme this summer.
People living in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are being helped to go on to further education thanks to Wheatley Group.
Wheatley, Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management organisation, today announced Jo Armstrong as its new chair.
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Over 50 vulnerable men are to be offered new homes after a partnership enabled Lowther Homes, a subsidiary of Wheatley Group, to buy the Bellgrove Hotel, a private hostel in Glasgow’s East End.
GHA tenant Cameron Docherty didn’t know where to turn after he lost his job as a delivery driver and got into financial difficulties.
Wheatley Group is helping young people kick start their career by recruiting more apprentices in May.
Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management group is searching for up to 10 of Scotland’s brightest university leavers to join its graduate training programme.
A MAJOR drive is underway to involve young people in Wheatley communities in the arts.
Wheatley Group’s fuel advice service helped tenants save over £1million on their energy bills over the past year.
Hugh Andrews is living testimony to Wheatley Group’s commitment to tackle homelessness in Scotland.
A new Lowther development of affordable homes has already become a landmark for Govanhill in Glasgow’s south side.
Work has started on 70 new affordable homes on the site of a former primary school in Glasgow.
Housing Minister Kevin Stewart MSP held a virtual meeting with Wheatley Group staff to hear how they have supported vulnerable customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wheatley Group has helped hundreds of homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis.
“It was like magic”: Wheatley Foundation gives people the chance to study at college and university with 80 new bursary awards.
Work has started on a new affordable housing development in Glasgow.
Wheatley Group, Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group, has now provided more than 400 empty homes for local authorities to use as temporary accommodation for the homeless during the pandemic.
Scotland’s Cabinet Secretary for Local Government and Communities has seen for herself how Wheatley is supporting thousands of vulnerable people across Scotland combat Covid-19.
Wheatley Group is on the lookout for 12 of Scotland’s brightest and best university leavers to join its graduate training programme.
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Wheatley Group has delivered more than 25,000 emergency food parcels to people at crisis point as a result of the pandemic.
IF you’re on certain benefits and your child is starting school in August you can get cash help from the Scottish Government.
More than 2000 vulnerable households across Scotland have been helped by an emergency fund set up by Wheatley Group.
Wheatley Group is helping make dreams of going to university and college a reality for people across Scotland.
Wheatley Group has announced a significant boost to tackling homelessness and rough sleeping in Scotland.
Generous Wheatley contractors and suppliers are doing their bit to support vulnerable people across Scotland during the pandemic.
Wheatley Group has now delivered over 10,000 emergency food parcels to people in need across Scotland through its lifeline EatWell service.
Wheatley Group’s lifeline EatWell service has delivered more than 5800 food parcels to vulnerable customers in the past month – and is on course to distribute thousands more.
Vulnerable families across Scotland are receiving extra help to combat the coronavirus crisis by Scotland’s largest housing, care and property-management group.
Wheatley, Scotland’s largest housing, property management and care group, is pitching in to provide emergency food to homeless people during the coronavirus crisis.
Wheatley, Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group, has provided more than 100 empty homes to local authorities as temporary accommodation for homeless people.
Wheatley Group is appealing for businesses to donate food to help people struggling with the impact of Coronavirus.
School leavers have the chance to become Modern Apprentices with Scotland’s largest housing, property and care organisation.
Wheatley Group has handed over its 100th home to Scotland’s Housing First partnership to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping in Scotland.
Almost 200 new homes to rent are being brought forward by GHA as part of the regeneration of Sighthill.
Saving money using MySavings is now even easier – thanks to a new smartphone app.
The places where people can top up their Scottish Gas key or card are changing.
Residents in high-rise properties are being given leaflets outlining how to prevent fires in the home and what to do if one starts in their building.
Steven Gray, Wheatley Group's neighbourhood services manager, explains what your environmental teams do when the winter sets in.
Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) has started work on a second development of flats for affordable rent in Glasgow’s Merchant City.
A burst water main is affecting normal water supplies in parts of Coatbridge and the Baillieston area of north east Glasgow.
Graduates on a new graduate training scheme in housing got to work as the sector celebrated Scottish Housing Day.
Hollywood actor Brian Cox is joining forces with Wheatley Group to help prevent suicide.
A pioneering programme to tackle unemployment in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged areas has created nearly 800 jobs and training opportunities in its first year.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited GHA’s latest development of 152 affordable flats – and heard how the homes were giving tenants a bright new future.
The site of a former primary school in the south side of Glasgow has been transformed into 45 new affordable homes.
A stable block which was home to dozens of working horses in Glasgow has been transformed into 52 new flats for mid-market rent.
Wheatley Group has launched a search for 22 graduates to join its new two-year programme – and kickstart a great career in housing.
Work has started to transform a derelict site in the south side of Glasgow into much-needed affordable homes.
Wheatley Group is making a last call for young people looking for a Modern Apprenticeship.
We’re carrying out an update to our online services from 6pm tonight (Friday) until Sunday at 4pm.
School leavers have a fantastic opportunity to get their career off to a flying start – thanks to Wheatley Group.
The first phase of a multi-million pound transformation of a community in Edinburgh has taken shape – and residents are delighted with their new homes.
Work has started on two projects which will provide 60 new affordable homes in Edinburgh.
The search is on for modern apprentices to join Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management organisation.
Homes for mid-market rent in a new development in the East End of Glasgow were all snapped up in record time.
Scotland’s Housing and Communities Minister Kevin Stewart came face to face in Glasgow with unemployed people being supported to get 'work ready'.
Sorry, but our online services – My Lowther – won’t be available on Saturday 30 June between 8am-7pm as we’re carrying out upgrades.
Wheatley Group is on target to create 2500 new jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities by 2020 for people in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities.
A pioneering service run by Wheatley Group to support new tenants make the most of their new home has helped more than 1500 people in the past year.
If you're looking to offer support to a young person in Glasgow, then here’s your chance.
A major regeneration project in Edinburgh has taken another step forward with work starting on 70 new affordable homes.
The regeneration of the Gallowgate has taken a huge step forward as work has started on 143 new GHA homes in the area.
OUR Volunteer Plus partnership helped young people change their lives – and help others too.
Scotland’s leading housing, care and property management group has been recognised for outstanding customer service by a prestigious UK scheme.
Tenants can access cheaper energy thanks to Our Power – a ‘not for profit’ energy supply company.
A new improved £33 million repairs service is being rolled out to thousands of tenants and factored homeowners across Wheatley Group communities in the west of Scotland.
GHA unveils 105 affordable homes at Govan tram depot site as Wheatley announces further £65 million of private investment.
If you want to find a new career, improve your confidence and help make a difference to other people, then volunteering could be for you.
A new training course can help tenants increase their skills, land a job – and make a difference to other people’s lives.
Thousands of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Scotland’s biggest city will be given a personal money mentor as part of a pioneering new scheme to tackle poverty and inequality.
Views are being sought on Glasgow's Draft Community Plan – covering everything from health and wealth to jobs and childcare.
Wheatley Group is highlighting an issue that is more widespread than many people think – hoarding.
We’ve launched a last call for applications for this year’s Modern Apprenticeships.
We're offering lifeline support to tenants and their families to pursue their dreams of going to university.
Children from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are to get their first experience of the theatre, thanks to a new partnership.
A stable block which was home to dozens of working horses in Glasgow is to be turned into flats for mid-market rent.
Ninety young people from some of Scotland’s most deprived communities are being given the chance to kickstart their career through new apprenticeships.
A new charitable trust targeting poverty and social exclusion in the most deprived communities in Scotland is set to reach up to 7000 people in its first year.
Ninety apprentices and trainees, including people from disadvantaged communities, are learning how to make Scotland’s neighbourhoods cleaner and greener.
Scotland’s largest social landlord launches its latest WinterReady initiative.
Lowther Homes is providing a lifeline for people looking to rent an affordable home – as new research shows working Scots are being priced out of the property market.
Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group has doubled this year its number of Modern Apprentices.
A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.
Wheatley Group is looking for 45 young people who like working outdoors to become its latest apprentices.
Lowther Homes’ new apartments for rent in Yoker are being snapped up fast.
GHA has opened a new digital learning centre in Toryglen to give social housing tenants access to free online access and support.
Lowther Homes has further expanded its portfolio of affordable homes for rent with the acquisition of 21 new-build apartments in Hamilton.
A Glasgow teenager has told how knowing she had a place on an apprenticeship scheme gave her hope after being diagnosed with cancer.
Young people from disadvantaged communities are receiving vital mentoring support thanks to staff from Wheatley Group.
GHA's parent organisaton, Wheatley Group, is making a last call to recruit 37 new Modern Apprentices.