Almost 150 new homes for social rent are taking shape as part of the Queens Quay regeneration project in Clydebank.
The 20th anniversary of Scottish Housing News this month has also been marked by Wheatley Group chief executive Martin Armstrong. “Scottish Housing News provides an indispensable daily digital update on developments across the sector. Its essential news service and insightful commentary are a
People and organisations living, based or with an interest in the Gilshochill area of North Maryhill are being given the chance to help shape future plans for the area.
GHA, part of Wheatley Group, is transforming two derelict sites in the southside of Glasgow - bringing 48 new affordable homes to the city. The new homes in Carnwadric and Pollok will all be for social rent.
Glasgow City Council has approved plans by Wheatley Group for 254 homes for a site in Calton.
Wheatley Group has submitted plans to build 35 homes for mid-market rent on Shawbridge Street in Pollockshaws. If approved by Glasgow City Council, the homes would be built on the site of a former pub which has since been demolished and the existing disused Polloshaws Police Station.
A planning application has been lodged for the proposed development of 47 homes for affordable rent in Easterhouse.
A new £6.5 million development of affordable homes has been delivered in Govanhill.
Work has started on 70 new affordable homes being built by contractor CCG for Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) on the site of a former primary school in Glasgow. GHA is building the homes for mid-market rent on land occupied by Garscadden Primary until it closed in 2017. Once completed, the flats a
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,
Glasgow City Council has rejected plans submitted by Wheatley Group to demolish 12 lock-up garages and build seven mews-style homes in the city's West End. The planning application concerned the rear of 7 Lowther Terrace at Redlands Lane, just off Great Western Road.
A new development of 46 affordable homes in Dumbarton is giving families a whole new view of life.
Wheatley Group's transformation of a derelict stable block in Glasgow into new homes has wowed judges at the Scottish Design Awards.
A new affordable housing development is set to transform a vacant site in Glasgow city centre.
Work to provide more affordable homes for rent has started across Dumfries and Galloway as part of an £11 million project.