Wheatley Group

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(from left) Peter Barry, strategic lead for housing; Councillor David McBride, convener of housing; housing manager John Kerr and tenant Liam Cavan West Dunbartonshire Council has unveiled an ambitious housing masterplan which will see 1000 new homes developed for rent in the area over the next five

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Glasgow City Council has today agreed to share ownership of its construction business City Building Glasgow with Wheatley Group in a 50/50 joint venture worth £3.7 billion. The partnership between Scotland's largest council and the country's biggest social landlord will secure thousands of local jo

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Glasgow City Council has approved the disposal of 16 sites across the city to allow for the construction of approximately 750 new social homes. Areas to benefit from this decision include Baillieston, Barlanark, Bridgeton, Castlemilk, Cranhill, Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Kelvinbridge, Milton, Partick,

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Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow. Cube Housing Association, part of Wheatley Group, is behind the £5.3 million development in Kelvindale which will consist of three modern, energy-efficient blocks of flats.

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GHA chair Gordon Sloan joins tenant Nicola Blair and daughter Laila, and tenant John Traynor, chair of GHA’s local committee, and wife Rachel at Cathay Street in Milton A Glasgow community is in line for a £30 million boost that will see more than 170 new affordable homes built and hundreds of ex

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Wheatley Group has today confirmed it will progress plans to deliver its repairs and maintenance service through a new joint venture (JV) with Glasgow City Council. Heads of terms have been agreed that will lead to Wheatley - parent company of Scotland’s largest social landlord Glasgow Housing Ass

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Councillor David McBride, West Dunbartonshire Council spokesperson for housing and communities; Cube chair Liz Ruine; Cube board member Jackie Barnes; and Richard Cairns, West Dunbartonshire Council’s executive director, infrastructure and regeneration at the launch of Wheatley Group’s five-year

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Twenty new flats for elderly and disabled residents in Clydebank have been given the go ahead. The proposal to build two blocks of four-storey flats, which will be linked by a central glazed lobby, was granted planning permission on Wednesday.

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Cruden Building & Renewals Limited has taken on four successful candidates to its coveted ‘Modern Apprenticeship Scheme’, as it maintains its commitment to addressing challenges posed by a sector-wide skills gap. Paul Conway, Michael Quigley, Reece Sutherland and Kieran Murphy have all start

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