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We want you – yes YOU – to help improve your neighbourhood.
Barony’s Contact Point Buckhaven hit the right note when it marked its 25th birthday.
Graduates on a new graduate training scheme in housing got to work as the sector celebrated Scottish Housing Day.
FRAUDSTERS are targeting people with fake government loans and grants.
Hollywood actor Brian Cox is joining forces with Wheatley Group to help prevent suicide.
A pioneering programme to tackle unemployment in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged areas has created nearly 800 jobs and training opportunities in its first year.
Contact Point were one of the winners at the Kingdom FM Local Heroes Awards.
Tenants and their families – and even their pets – are benefiting from MySavings.
A community arts group hopes to expand thanks to a £3,000 cash boost from the National Lottery.
Are you on a low income and claiming benefits? If you are, you might be eligible for a warm home discount.
We have launched a new scheme to help its customers make their money go further.
Join us at Barony's Community Connections event at Butteries View and Woodhead Grove in Armadale, on 17 July (6pm-7.30pm).
Join us at Barony's Community Connections event at Pyothall Court, Broxburn, on 26 June (6pm-7.30pm).
If you’re keen to get rid of unwanted furniture, help keep communities clean and support your fellow tenants – why not donate to Home Comforts?
Wheatley Group has launched a search for 22 graduates to join its new two-year programme – and kickstart a great career in housing.
Wheatley Group is making a last call for young people looking for a Modern Apprenticeship.
Disadvantaged families who can’t afford the costs of studying offered cash support by housing group.
We’re carrying out an update to our online services from 6pm tonight (Friday) until Sunday at 4pm.
Think you might be entitled to Pension Credit – the benefit that tops up your pension?
Did you know fire crews were called to 327 white goods fires in Scotland last year?
School leavers have a fantastic opportunity to get their career off to a flying start – thanks to Wheatley Group.
Would you like to help improve social landlord services in Scotland?
Utilita Energy Limited has been announced as the new energy provider for Our Power customers.
Energy provider Our Power Energy and Supply Limited has today announced it has stopped trading.
Tenants in West Lothian got down to the knitty-gritty by making teddy bears to help children in need.
The Voice singing star Daniel Duke popped into Edinburgh’s Contact Point to help celebrate the service.
Lots of tenants got involved – and had fun in the process – during our month of engagement.
School-leavers in Edinburgh and the east looking for a Modern Apprenticeship are being invited to a special recruitment day.
Young people living in Edinburgh and the east can get their career off to a great start thanks to Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management group.
The autumn issue of the Bulletin is out and packed with all the news from across Barony.
Young people with disabilities are taking their first step on the career ladder, thanks to a commitment by Wheatley Group to tackle exclusion in its communities.
Barony tenant Cheryl McWhirter tells how Barony helped her feel in control when she moved to Universal Credit.
Scottish Premiership footballer Blair Alston returned to his home town of Kirkcaldy to help vulnerable people meet their health and fitness goals.
Tenants know just who to call if they need a helping hand with odd jobs around the home – Wheatley Group’s Handyperson.
Scotland’s Housing and Communities Minister Kevin Stewart came face to face in Glasgow with unemployed people being supported to get 'work ready'.
Wheatley Group has unveiled £185 million of new funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help build and improve thousands of affordable homes across Scotland.
Find out what's been happening across Barony in the latest issue of the Bulletin.
Sorry, but our online services – My Barony – won’t be available on Saturday 30 June between 8am-7pm as we’re carrying out upgrades.
Young people from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are being offered life-changing support to help them go to university or college.
The UK Government is making important changes to the benefits system – and we can help you work your way through them.
Wheatley Group is on target to create 2500 new jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities by 2020 for people in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities.
The latest issue of the Barony Bulletin is out now and it tells you what you need to know about Universal Credit and how we can help you with changes to your benefits.
A pioneering service run by Wheatley Group to support new tenants make the most of their new home has helped more than 1500 people in the past year.
The Roads to Success annual art exhibition is set to celebrate its 20th anniversary this summer.
You might have noticed a new face in your community after our frontline housing officers changed.
Barony tenant Mikey Davies is proving that music really does have the power to heal.
Customers from across Barony are signing up for online services.
Time is running out to apply for an apprenticeship with Wheatley Group.
A tenant, 56, from the south side of Glasgow, talks about the support he got from Eat Well, a Wheatley Group service which helps people in food poverty.
Due to the major disruption caused by the bad weather our offices will be closed today (Friday). We’re very sorry for any inconvenience.
A young couple gained more than a job when they fell in love and got married after meeting on a Modern Apprenticeship programme.
The search is on for bright young talent to join Scotland’s largest housing, property and care organisation.
The Winter 2017 issue of the Barony Bulletin is out now.
All of Linda Cunningham’s family – even her two kittens - will be warm and cosy this winter thanks to her new gas central heating system.
We would like to thank everyone who responded to our consultation on how we let our homes.
Scottish singing star Barbara Dickson has hailed Contact Point, our pioneering mental health service, as she helped celebrate its 25th anniversary in Fife.
If you want to find a new career, improve your confidence and help make a difference to other people, then volunteering could be for you.
The Routes into Care training course helped tenants increase their skills, land a job – and make a difference to other people’s lives.
Two more members of Wheatley Group have achieved Investors in People’s prestigious Gold accreditation.
Wheatley Group is highlighting an issue that is more widespread than many people think – hoarding.
Housing estates across central Scotland are being put under the microscope by Keep Scotland Beautiful in a new scheme to make communities great.
We’ve launched a last call for applications for this year’s Modern Apprenticeships.
We're offering lifeline support to tenants and their families to pursue their dreams of going to university.
Children from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are to get their first experience of the theatre, thanks to a new partnership.
Are you aged 16-19? Have you recently left school or planning to leave this summer?
Wheatley Foundation has been awarded over £470,000 to invest in pioneering projects that will support veterans facing homelessness.
A charitable trust targeting poverty and social exclusion in the most deprived communities in Scotland is set to reach up to 7000 people in its first year.
Scotland’s largest social landlord launches its latest WinterReady initiative.
Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group has doubled this year its number of Modern Apprentices.
Wheatley Group is looking for 45 young people who like working outdoors to become its latest apprentices.
A Glasgow teenager has told how knowing she had a place on an apprenticeship scheme gave her hope after being diagnosed with cancer.
Barony Housing Association has joined Wheatley Group – with tenants already benefiting from new and improved services.
Thousands of older tenants in some of Scotland's most deprived communities are receiving extra help from their housing association this Christmas.