Almost 150 new affordable homes for social rent are taking shape as part of the Queens Quay regeneration project in Clydebank.
Homes for Scotland has unveiled the shortlisted candidates for its Development of the Year - large. The trade body has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions.
Homes for Scotland has unveiled the shortlisted candidates for its Development of the Year - medium. The trade body has announced there will be no winners of its 2020 Awards this year, but all shortlisted candidates will be revealed to recognise the efforts of successful submissions.
Wheatley Group has been confirmed the UK’s largest builder of social-rented homes in a newly-released annual new build survey by Inside Housing Magazine for the fourth consecutive year. The housing, care and property-management group built 601 homes for social rent between April 2019
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
Wheatley Group has drawn down £72 million of funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) at a "highly-competitive" rate to build and improve more homes across Scotland. The funding deal – at a rate of under 1.70% fixed over 22 years – will enable the UK’s largest builder
Ten council-owned sites across Glasgow are to be sold to housing associations to ensure the delivery of affordable homes continues post lockdown.
Construction has reached a pivotal stage in the creation of a new housing development in Glasgow’s South Side.
Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has followed up on a £114 million investment deal with M&G Investments with the announcement of £35m of private investment to support a programme of house building and improvements. The housing association has agreed a 10-year revolvin
Work is officially under way to bring hundreds of new affordable homes to a key regeneration site in Glasgow’s Pollokshaws district. (from left) Top row: (yellow jackets) Kenny Downs, finance director at Urban Union and Neil McKay, managing director at Urban Union
Glasgow City Council has approved the sale of a former primary school site to GHA as new plans were lodged for a 70-home development.
Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) is to refinance its existing bank debt after securing a £114 million financing deal with M&G Investments. DGHP, which became part of Wheatley Group in December 2019, has ambitions to develop up to 1,000 homes over the next five years.
Wheatley Group has gained planning permission to develop 32 mid-market rent flats on the site of a car park in Calton. Designed by John Gilbert Architects, the part six-storey, part four-storey building will be located on land bounded by Great Dovehill, Little Dovehill and Bell Street.
A transformational development of 824 new homes in Sighthill officially got under way yesterday.
Glasgow Housing Association (GHA) has returned with fresh plans to deliver new homes on the site of a former school in Pollok.