Cabinet Secretary Alex Neil has given his backing to our unclaimed benefit campaign.
THREE communities in Glasgow will benefit from a massive £11million investment to make homes more energy efficient.
TENANTS of Scotland’s leading housing group can get online help to manage their money and avoid costly pay-day loans.
THOUSANDS of older tenants are being helped to stay warm and cosy this winter.
Thousands of older tenants in some of Scotland’s most deprived communities are to receive extra help from their housing association this Christmas.
A new partnership between West Dunbartonshire Council and Cube Housing Association is delivering on its promise to provide new affordable housing across West Dunbartonshire.
If you're having problems keeping up with your rent, we can help you sort it out. But you need to talk to us. Speak to your Housing Officer today.
FURNITURE from the Athletes’ Village at the Commonwealth Games is helping change lives for people across Glasgow.
Deaf tenants can now communicate directly with Cube thanks to a new service.
Check out our report to tenants on how we have performed on the standards set out in the Scottish Social Housing Charter.
COMMONWEALTH badminton medallist Kirsty Gilmour hopes youngsters follow in her footsteps after they were gifted sports equipment in a national competition.
WE’RE helping young people from our communities take their first steps in a career in housing.
A massive operation is under way to collect over 60,000 items of furniture used by Commonwealth Games athletes and distribute it to vulnerable families.
Cube is helping produce the Commonwealth sporting stars of tomorrow.
Cube tenants have been handed the keys to new flats in Clydebank.
OLDER people in Glasgow are turning the Commonwealth Games into a work of art thanks to National Lottery funding.
A state-of-the-art digital learning centre which provides free internet access is helping people into work and further education.
Sports clubs in disadvantaged communities across Central Scotland are being given the chance to win top-quality kits worth thousands of pounds.
SPORTY stars in their 60s will follow in the footsteps of Commonwealth Games heroes.
A project in Glasgow is helping lone parents cope with welfare reform. The Lone Parents Advice and Support Network, run by One Parent Families Scotland and supported by Cube, provides lone parents with advice on welfare benefits, help with fuel poverty and support in managing their money.
YOUNGSTERS from communities throughout Glasgow marked a year of sporting and cultural Commonwealth Games legacy projects at a packed event at the city’s Emirates Arena.
AN energy and heating system which cuts fuel bills for residents and reduces greenhouse gases has been awarded a top UK award. The district heating scheme at the Cube homes in the Wyndford estate in Glasgow has been hailed by industry experts.
CELEBRITY designers Colin and Justin today launched a new furniture recycling scheme to help tenants struggling to set up home.
A project offering support to mums and dads will soon be available to Cube tenants.
Cube and Barratt West Scotland join forces to provide one and two bedroom flats in flourishing new community
HOUSING association tenants looking to downsize in the wake of welfare reforms are being urged to consider ‘swapping’ homes.
Liz Ruine, Chair of Cube Housing Association, has won a prestigious award for volunteering.
A Westminster Select Committee visited a housing estate in Glasgow to hear how a new £27 million energy system is helping cut residents’ fuel bills.
MORE than 200 people from some of Scotland’s poorest communities have been given a helping hand to go to university and college.
First Minister Alex Salmond today officially launched a new state-of-the-art heating and hot water system in Glasgow which is leading the way in low cost, environmentally-friendly energy.
The GHA Group has launched a helpline to support thousands of tenants likely to be affected by the UK Government’s changes to benefits.
Cube and sister organisation GHA have helped tenants claw back almost £4million in unclaimed welfare benefits in the past year alone.