Cala Homes (West) has made a cash donation to a major Scottish-born charity to help with its efforts to end homelessness across the city. Following Cala’s first donation of £2,000 at the start of the pandemic, the West of Scotland region is gifting a further £3,000 to Social Bite,
Housebuilder Dandara East Scotland has donated £1,000 towards Social Bite’s ‘Festival of Kindness’ campaign. The Edinburgh-based homeless charity aims to provide 300,000 meals, gifts, and essential items to those in need throughout Scotland and the UK.
Housebuilder CALA Homes (West) is gifting £2,000 to Social Bite earlier than planned as part of a ‘roof donation’ scheme at its Prince’s Quay development in Glasgow. As part of the charity partnership between CALA Homes and Social Bite which kicked off ear
CALA Homes (West) has kicked off a partnership with Social Bite to help tackle homelessness through a series of initiatives, beginning with a pilot project at CALA’s Prince’s Quay. CALA is set to donate staff time and money to support the charity’s various projects across Scotland.
Wardell Armstrong’s landscape design team have been shortlisted for a Scottish Design Award in the Masterplanning/Landscaping: Public Realm category for their work on the Social Bite Village.
Ian Fergusson, managing partner of Shepherd Chartered Surveyors and chairman of RICS Scotland, is participating in a charity fundraising mission this Saturday when he will spend the night in a sleeping bag in Princes Street Gardens as part of the RICS Sleep in the Park Team. Speaking in advance of t
Scottish businessman Stewart Milne alongside colleagues from Stewart Milne Group and Aberdeen Football Club will join the world’s largest sleep out in support of Social Bite’s nationwide effort to end homelessness in Scotland. The AFC chairman made a passionate appeal to his employ
Social enterprise Social Bite has officially launched its village in Edinburgh which aims to tackle homelessness by providing a safe living environment for around 20 people per year. Developed on vacant land in Granton, the Social Bite Village is made up of 11 two-bedroom nest houses intended to pro
The Final house is lowered into place at the Social Bite Village, Edinburgh behind Alister Steele (Chairman) , Gill Henry (Cruden Group), Josh Littlejohn (Social Bite)(Image by Stewart Attwood) As the countdown begins to the opening of the Social Bite Village in Granton, Edinburgh the final two nest
Gill Henry, head of business development at The Cruden Group and project director of the Social Bite Village In February of this year, Gill Henry, head of business development at The Cruden Group, agreed to take on the role of project director for the Social Bite Village in Edinburgh.
Josh Littlejohn outside one of the proposed new homes The houses for Social Bite’s new village are now under construction with members of Edinburgh’s homeless community expected to be onsite before Christmas this year, Social Bite co-founder, Josh Littlejohn MBE, confirmed today.