A young couple gained more than a job when they fell in love and got married after meeting on a Modern Apprenticeship programme.
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Housing Minister Kevin Stewart visited Dunedin Canmore's new homes in Muirhouse and dropped in on some new tenants to wish them Merry Christmas. Watch our video of the visit.
Thank you to everyone who responded to our consultation on how we let our homes.
Dunedin Canmore is all about creating ‘Better homes, better lives’ in Edinburgh.
The Autumn issue of Connect - the magazine for Dunedin Canmore tenants - is out now.
Tenants can access cheaper energy thanks to Our Power - a ‘not for profit’ energy supply company.
A new state-of-the-art digital learning centre providing free internet and computer access has opened at Slateford Green Community Centre, Edinburgh.
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.
A new training course can help 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.
Dunedin Harbour Hostel has been awarded the highest grading of Excellent for the second year in a row following a recent unannounced inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
The new free phone number 0800 561 0088 means customers can enjoy free calls to their housing officer or our customer service advisors.
Young people from Dunedin Canmore communities are being given a chance to change their lives thanks to our new apprenticeships.
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.
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Work has started on 111 new affordable homes for rent as part of a major regeneration project in an Edinburgh community.
Wheatley Foundation has been awarded over £470,000 to invest in pioneering projects that will support veterans facing homelessness.
Dunedin Canmore, one of Scotland’s largest housing associations, has appointed Alan Glasgow as its new Housing Director.
Children from Tollcross primary school in Edinburgh are filling a time capsule with mementoes to mark a major restoration project at a pre-1919 tenement.
A new 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.
One of the most respected and well-known figures in Edinburgh housing, Ewan Fraser, has retired after 33 years in the sector.
Scotland’s largest social landlord launches its latest WinterReady initiative.
Dunedin Canmore, one of Scotland’s largest housing associations, has appointed Hazel Young as its new Managing Director.
Edinburgh-based Dunedin Canmore, part of Wheatley Group, won ‘Housing Association of the Year’ at the annual National Energy Efficiency Retrofit Awards in Birmingham.
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.
When Stephanie Tweed steps out this weekend to represent her country in the Homeless World Cup, it will mark an incredible step on her journey to recovery from drug addiction.
A US housing expert saw for himself how Dunedin Canmore is bringing a Victorian building in Edinburgh back to life as part of its drive to make homes warmer and more comfortable.
A Glasgow teenager has told how knowing she had a place on an apprenticeship scheme gave her hope after being diagnosed with cancer.
Thousands of older tenants in some of Scotland's most deprived communities are receiving extra help from their housing association this Christmas.