Keep up to date with all of the latest news from Wheatley Homes Glasgow and in your community.
The Scottish Child Payment has increased – and has been extended to include all children under 16.
Wheatley Group has helped tenants claim back more than £5 million in benefits they were entitled to in the past six months.
Make sure you don’t fall victim to fraudsters around the £400 energy bills discount this winter.
We’re looking to redesign our online services – and we need your help.
Wheatley Homes Glasgow has started work on a £1.6 million programme to make homes more energy efficient and reduce heating bills.
A new community food larder has been launched in Glasgow to help tenants cope with the cost-of-living crisis.
£6M cost-of-living fund will support over 20,000 tenants.
Wheatley communities are looking their best thanks to a pioneering partnership with one of the country’s leading environmental charities.
A Wheatley Homes Glasgow tenant says her new family home in the south of the city is “exactly what we were looking for”.
Wheatley Group is on the lookout for Scotland’s brightest and best university leavers to join its graduate scheme.
Wheatley Homes Glasgow is helping a community drama group give people a voice.
A new course is launching in Glasgow this month giving people a taster of working in the construction sector.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited a Glasgow community today (11 May 2022) to see first-hand how Wheatley Group is transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people and families.
Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Active Travel and Tenants’ Rights, Patrick Harvie MSP, visited a Glasgow community to see how Wheatley is helping tackle fuel poverty and cutting carbon emissions.
A bright new era for housing has begun today (1 April) as Scotland’s largest social landlord, GHA, becomes known as Wheatley Homes Glasgow.
Chair of Wheatley Foundation, Professor Paddy Gray OBE, has praised an upcycling furniture service which is helping tenants in need.
A bright new era in Scottish housing will begin in April when Scotland’s largest registered social landlord, GHA, is renamed Wheatley Homes Glasgow.
Tenants of Scotland’s biggest social landlord are being asked their views on plans for a massive £54 million transformation of a Glasgow community.
It was a visit from her grandkids in lockdown that got GHA tenant Tricia Anderson thinking.
Please remember we are here to support you and your family during these extraordinary times.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to operate in line with government guidance.
Sixteen of Scotland's brightest and best university leavers have joined Wheatley Group's Ignite graduate training programme.
A new safe and secure way of paying is helping tenants keep on top of their rent.
We are doing everything we can to help you and your family stay safe at home during these difficult times.
Are you worried or have questions about Coronavirus? Expert help and advice from health care professionals and the Government is available.
GHA is helping children do better at school by giving them free tablet computers.
GHA staff raised a mountain of cash for charity by climbing the height of Mount Everest TWICE.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to operate a restricted range of services, in line with government guidance.
If you’re on Universal Credit, and claiming housing costs to pay your rent, make sure you let the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) know of changes to your rent.
A star of Scotland’s favourite soap is helping launch a new campaign to encourage tenants to stay safe at home.
School leavers have the chance to become Modern Apprentices with Scotland’s largest housing, property and care organisation.
The March issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
Our Home Comforts service helps tenants who need furniture but can’t afford it.
GHA environmental staff have recycled dumped household items like washing machines and cookers and raised more than £13,000 for charity.
GHA tenants helped set up a food bank to provide emergency support to people in crisis.
Saving money using MySavings is now even easier – thanks to a new smartphone app.
The December issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out this week.
A gifted youngster from Milton hopes to make a career as a photographer when he’s older.
November is our Month of Engagement – and we want tenants to get involved.
The October issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
GHA’s App for smartphone users will no longer be available after 30 September.
Talented tenant Jean Nish has some good advice for keen amateur photographers – look for the unexpected, look up and above all, enjoy!
Tenants and their families were in the driving seat at a fun day in the south of Glasgow.
A community in the south of the city celebrated an important historical event last week – and had a party at the same time.
The summer issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
These stunning images may look like they are from a remote Highland glen – but they were taken in the heart of Glasgow’s east end.
A tenant has praised GHA’s Environmental Wardens after they stopped a fire breaking out in her home.
A new-look community hall in a GHA block in Milton is bringing people together and helping them improve their skills.
Tenants in a community in the north east of Glasgow have called for more people to learn how to save a life.
Think you might be entitled to pension credit – the benefit that tops up your pension?
A GHA couple marked a major milestone recently by celebrating 70 years of marriage.
The March 2019 issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out shortly.
New GHA homes are changing tenants’ lives – and transforming communities at the same time.
With more than £170m spent on improving WHG tower blocks since 2003, tenants love the smart new look inside and out.
Doreen McGrindle, like thousands of tenants across Glasgow, loves living in our multi-storey blocks.
Glasgow really is the dear green place – and few places show it better than Knightswood.
A “Meet the Neighbours” event has given older tenants who have moved into new-build homes the chance to get together, make new friends and lay the foundations of a flourishing community.
GHA tenants in the south got a preview of new facilities to help older people live more independently.
Scotland’s largest social landlord is looking for a tenant to play a key role in shaping the future of homes and services in Glasgow’s communities.
TENANTS in Sighthill got together for a barbeque to celebrate the opening of a new play park – and give their views on future plans for the area.
A TENANT in the south is helping make his community cleaner and greener.
GHA’s housing office at Munro Place in Anniesland is moving to 20 Dykebar Avenue, Knightswood, G13 3HF.
The UK Government is making important changes to the benefits system – and we can help you work your way through them.
A community in the north east of Glasgow has been rated the first five-star GHA neighbourhood in the city.
A TEAM of GHA footballers has been winning friends and building bridges on and off the park.
The March 2018 issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
Due to the major disruption caused by the bad weather our offices will be closed today (Friday). We’re very sorry for any inconvenience.
OUR Volunteer Plus partnership helped young people change their lives – and help others too.
Are you struggling to afford a hot drink or a bite to eat? A café in Glasgow is offering a free cuppa and a sandwich.
Tenants in the North East of Glasgow got closer to GHA staff over the summer.
GHA is helping older tenants make sure their homes are ready for the winter weather.
Virtuoso Dora MacDonald is a dab hand at painting, as these stunning pictures show.
The December 2017 issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
GHA tenant Fraser Moore, 23, from Balornock, on how volunteering helped him realise what he is capable of doing.
A new community hall in Castlemilk is bringing older GHA tenants together and helping them socialise.
The latest issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out now.
Earlier today (Friday, September 8) the Direct Debit service provider Allpay accidentally took two rental payments from a number of GHA tenants.
GHA is helping people grow in confidence and improve their skills.
The August 2017 issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out this week.
Our GHA van is out and about in the North East, helping us get closer to our customers.
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.
The June 2017 issue of the Key – the magazine for GHA tenants – is out this week.
Almost 1000 East End schoolkids were going for gold at this year’s FARE Legacy Games.
GHA is all about creating ‘Better homes, better lives, a better Glasgow’.
Join Ted and see how a My GHA online services account makes it simple to pay rent and report repairs.
Tenants across the city are saving thousands of pounds thanks to GHA’s fuel advisors.
More than 50 new affordable homes are taking shape as part of a £20million regeneration project in Glasgow’s north-west.
Almost 50 new affordable homes are taking shape in the latest phase of a major regeneration project in the south side of Glasgow.
An innovative £4.3million district heating scheme in the south side of Glasgow will save hundreds of GHA tenants money on their fuel bills.
Wheatley Group is looking for 45 young people who like working outdoors to become its latest apprentices.
A GHA tenant who moved into a new community in the west of Glasgow says his new home has changed his life.
GHA has opened a new digital learning centre in Toryglen to give social housing tenants access to free online access and support.
Almost 1000 East End schoolkids were going for gold at this year’s FARE Legacy Games.
The latest step in the regeneration of a Glasgow community took place today when a block of flats was demolished to make way for new homes.
Older GHA tenants got the cha-cha-chance to put their best foot forward at a series of tea dances.