Scottish Veterans Residences
A newly refurbished dining area for homeless veterans has been unveiled at Edinburgh’s Whitefoord House.
Published 12 December 2019
Scottish Veterans Residences (SVR) has received an £8,617 grant from Cycling Scotland’s Cycling Friendly Community Development Fund.
Published 3 October 2019
Scotland’s veterans minister Graeme Dey MSP met with staff of Scottish Veterans Residences (SVR) in Glasgow last week as the charity announced it has secured accreditation as a Living Wage employer.
Published 20 May 2019
An art club founded by a tenant of Scottish Veterans Residences (SVR) in Glasgow has won a further grant of £4,590, building on a similar grant received last August.
Published 11 February 2019
Housing charity Scottish Veterans Residences (SVR) has appointed Martin Nadin OBE as its new chief executive officer.
Published 12 October 2018
The Morrisons Foundation is supporting the work of ex-service charity Scottish Veterans Residences with a £10,000 donation.
Published 20 October 2016
A housing facility for ex-UK Armed Forces personnel in Dundee will today officially open a new commemoration garden to honour the generosity of the Kyd family who bequeathed the home to support the nation’s military veterans.
Published 18 August 2016
An organisation which provides residential accommodation for ex-UK servicemen and women has been chosen as charity of the year by Mast Architects.
Published 5 February 2016
Scottish Veterans Residences’ new supported housing development for veterans in the East End of Glasgow has been commended in the Saltire Society’s Housing Design Awards 2015.
Published 24 June 2015
A £6.7 million housing complex in Glasgow has been shortlisted for the prestigious Saltire Society Housing Design Awards.
Published 3 June 2015
Law firm Balfour+Manson LLP is to welcome Army veteran Adam Powell for work experience this week thanks to its long-standing relationship with Scottish Veterans Residences (SVR).
Published 11 May 2015
A £6.7 million housing complex has been helping veterans who struggle with civilian life since it opened in Glasgow in October last year.
Published 9 April 2015