Cube has more than 3400 social homes across the West of Scotland. But we're much more than just a landlord. We are part of Wheatley Group - Scotland's leading housing, care and property-management group.
With our partners in Wheatley Group, we share a commitment to improving homes, communities and people's lives through delivering excellent customer services and by putting tenants at the heart of decisions.
Cube was set up in in 1990. Over the past five years, we have been making significant improvements to our homes and services. We invested £27million to improve homes in Maryhill, installing a state-of-the-art heating and hot water system and overcladding blocks to make them warmer, drier and more comfortable. We're also carrying out major improvements, worth around £11m, to homes in Broomhill, Gorget and Collina Street. We have also built more than 600 new homes.
We aim to be open and accountable to our customers and partners and welcome any comments, compliments or complaints you may have - find out how to Contact Us here.
We would like your views on our proposals for next year's rents. Click here for more information.
Check out the latest homes for rent with us on Home Finder. If you would like to apply for a home with us please fill in our Housing Registration Form (HRF). Find out more about how we allocate homes here Renting a Home.
Cube has also signed up to mutual exchange website Home Swapper. More Information
If you think you might be affected by Universal Credit, talk to your housing officer. We'll provide you with a rent statement so that you receive the right amount of money to cover your rent.
If you're moving to Universal Credit you'll be asked to provide an address for your landlord. The address you should use is: Cube Housing Association, Wheatley Housing Group, Universal Credit Team, Lipton House, 170 Crown Street, Glasgow, G5 9XD.
Find out more about Universal Credit by clicking Universal Credit fact sheet.
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