Cube's parent company – Wheatley Housing Group – is in talks with Loretto Housing and its care arm Loretto Care about joining the Wheatley Group.
Loretto owns 1000 homes and provides care services to people in need. A partnership with Loretto would mean a more stable and stronger future for customers and staff in all parts of both Loretto and Wheatley, including Cube.
Wheatley and Loretto are now looking at the benefits of joining forces and are keen to hear the views of tenants.
Loretto Care offers care and support services to people with a range of needs including learning disabilities, addictions, mental health and alcohol-related brain damage. Its services have been graded as very good or excellent.
Wheatley Chief Executive Martin Armstrong said working jointly could mean more care services for more people. Mr Armstrong said: "Loretto Care has huge expertise in care services for people in need. We believe by sharing our skills we could help many more people who may be struggling to cope."
The final plans will take into account tenants' views. The Scottish Housing Regulator, the Government and Glasgow City Council are being kept informed. Approval will be needed before Loretto joins the Wheatley Group.
The Wheatley Housing Group is made up of:
Loretto Housing's 1000 homes are mainly in Glasgow, with some in nearby areas. Loretto Care provides housing support, care at home and care home services with, and on behalf of, Glasgow, Stirling, Renfrewshire, North Lanarkshire, Falkirk, Argyll and Bute and South Lanarkshire councils.
West Lothian Housing Partnership, which has 380 homes, is also set to join the Wheatley Group shortly, subject to regulatory approvals.
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