Cube has 3,300 homes for social rent across seven local authority areas in the West of Scotland. But we're much more than just a landlord.
We are part of Wheatley Group - Scotland's leading housing group and a new force in housing and community regeneration.
Together with our other partners in Wheatley we share a commitment to improve homes, communities and people's lives through delivering excellent customer services and by putting tenants at the heart of decisions about their neighbourhoods.
Set up in 1990, Cube's homes came via stock transfer and in the past five years we have significantly improved our houses, flats and services. This includes a £27 million regeneration of nearly 1,900 homes on the Wyndford estate in Maryhill which has seen a state-of-the-art heating and hot water system installed and the blocks overclad to make them warmer, drier and more comfortable. We have also built over 600 new houses.
We aim to provide as many opportunities as we can for tenants to improve their lives. This includes creating jobs and training places and helping them access further and higher education.
We try to be open and accountable to our customers and partners and the information on our web site is part of that commitment. We welcome any comments, compliments and complaints about our services - Just click Contact Us
To read more about Wheatley Group click Here
We have introduced a new improved way of advertising our available homes.
Anyone looking for a new home with us should now go to Home Finder.
On Home Finder you will be able to look at all available Cube homes as well as homes available through our sister organisation GHA. If you are registered with us, you will also be able to note an interest in properties which meet your needs.
If you are looking for a new home and are registered with us, you should have been sent a letter explaining the changes.
If you would like to apply for a home with us and have not yet registered please fill in our Housing Registration Form and return it to us.
You can read more about how we allocate homes by clicking Renting a Home.
Cube Housing Association and its sister organisation GHA have helped tenants claw back almost £4million in unclaimed welfare benefits in the past year alone.
The figure comes as GHA and Cube, both part of the Wheatley Group, launch a campaign urging their tenants to make sure they claim all the benefits they're entitled to. As well as helping people, the unclaimed money will help boost the Glasgow economy as a whole. For the full press release click Welfare Benefits take-up campaign
A report of our Annual Highlights is now available, click here
Liz Ruine, Chair of Cube Housing Association, has won a prestigious award for volunteering.
Liz picked up the Helen McGregor Award 2013 from the Employers in Voluntary Housing (EVH) for more than two decades of volunteer work.
The award recognises people from all over Scotland who give freely of their own time to improve local communities.
For the full press release click Liz Ruine EVH Award
Cube Housing Association has started work which will transform blocks of flats in one of the most sought-after areas of Glasgow.
Work has started on a £15m upgrade of blocks of flats in Broomhill in the West End.
For full press release click Cube starts £15m upgrade of Broomhill blocks
North Glasgow Healthy Living Community have organised 'Family Buggy Walks' which leave from Maryhill Burgh Halls on a Wednesday at 11 am each week.
Everyone is welcome on the walk which will take about an hour, but the benefits to your health and wellbeing will last a lot longer. The added benefit being you will meet other mothers & babies for a good old chin wag.
What's stopping you get your walking shoes on! See you next Wednesday.
In extreme weather conditions the walks will be cancelled, but you could always pop into Maryhill Burgh Halls for a cup of tea. For more information click Maryhill Family Buggy Walks
For information of healthy walks in Cube's other areas click Walks in other Cube Areas