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, care and regeneration 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 about their neighbourhoods.
Cube, which was set up in in 1990, gained its homes via stock transfer. Over the past five years, we have been making significant improvements to our homes and services. We invested £27 million to improve nearly 1,900 homes on the Wyndford estate in Maryhill, installing a state-of-the-art heating and hot water system and over cladding blocks to make them warmer, drier and more comfortable. We have also built more than 600 new homes.
We aim to provide as many opportunities as we can for tenants to improve their lives, including creating jobs and training opportunities and helping people access further and higher education.
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.
If you would like to find out which Cube homes are available, please go to Home Finder.
If you are registered with us, you can also use Home Finder to note an interest in properties that meet your needs.
If you would like to apply for a home with us and have not yet registered please fill in our Housing Registration Form (HRF) and return it to us. Find out more about how we allocate homes by clicking Renting a Home.
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