Wheatley Group has unveiled £185 million of new funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help build and improve thousands of affordable homes across Scotland.
Sorry, but our online services – My Cube – won’t be available on Saturday 30 June between 8am-7pm as we’re carrying out upgrades.
Young people from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are being offered life-changing support to help them go to university or college.
A new photography exhibition put Balloch residents in the picture as to what’s happening in their neighbourhood.
Wheatley Group is on target to create 2500 new jobs, apprenticeships and training opportunities by 2020 for people in some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities.
A pioneering service run by Wheatley Group to support new tenants make the most of their new home has helped more than 1500 people in the past year.
If you're looking to offer support to a young person in Glasgow, then here’s your chance.
Time is running out to apply for an apprenticeship with Wheatley Group.
A tenant, 56, from the south side of Glasgow, talks about the support he got from Eat Well, a Wheatley Group service which helps people in food poverty.
The history of a Glasgow community is to be captured in a new project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Due to the major disruption caused by the bad weather our offices will be closed today (Friday). We’re very sorry for any inconvenience.
A young couple gained more than a job when they fell in love and got married after meeting on a Modern Apprenticeship programme.
The search is on for bright young talent to join Scotland’s largest housing, property and care organisation.
A massive £10 million investment programme by Cube has transformed a community in Glasgow.
A TEENAGE gymnast has won praise in the Scottish Parliament for his success at the Special Olympics – and for helping youngsters in his community.
THE December 2017 issue of Cube News – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
WORK has started on 75 new affordable homes on two sites in West Dunbartonshire.
We would like to thank everyone who responded to our consultation on how we let our homes.
More than 15,000 older Glaswegians are set to benefit from a £100 winter warmer.
Tenants can access cheaper energy thanks to Our Power - a ‘not for profit’ energy supply company.
The latest issue of Cube News – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
Cube Housing, part of Wheatley Group, has achieved Investors in People’s prestigious Platinum accreditation.
A new improved £33 million repairs service is being rolled out to thousands of tenants and factored homeowners across Wheatley Group communities in the west of Scotland.
The community in Wyndford has celebrated its historic ties with a Scottish Army regiment.
OUR Volunteer Plus partnership helped young people change their lives – and help others too.
The Routes into Care training course helped tenants increase their skills, land a job – and make a difference to other people’s lives.
Views are being sought on Glasgow's Draft Community Plan – covering everything from health and wealth to jobs and childcare.
We have today set up a helpline for any residents with concerns after the tragic fire in a London tower block.
Wheatley Group is highlighting an issue that is more widespread than many people think – hoarding.
Housing estates across central Scotland are being put under the microscope by Keep Scotland Beautiful in a new scheme to make communities great.
We’ve launched a last call for applications for this year’s Modern Apprenticeships.
We're offering lifeline support to tenants and their families to pursue their dreams of going to university.
Children from some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities are to get their first experience of the theatre, thanks to a new partnership.
The Spring issue of Cube News – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
Ninety young people from some of Scotland’s most deprived communities are being given the chance to kickstart their career through new apprenticeships.
An MSP learned how Cube Housing Association tenants in Knightswood are keeping warm while saving money on fuel bills.
Cube caretakers and environmental staff collected 42 bags of rubbish during a litter pick at the Wyndford.
A Glasgow community is looking spick and span for Christmas – after a litter blitz by Cube staff.
Cube is well under way on the most ambitious programme of home-building in its history.
A new charitable trust targeting poverty and social exclusion in the most deprived communities in Scotland is set to reach up to 7000 people in its first year.
Ninety apprentices and trainees, including people from disadvantaged communities, are learning how to make Scotland’s neighbourhoods cleaner and greener.
Scotland’s largest social landlord launches its latest WinterReady initiative.
Work has started on 70 new homes for social rent in the first phase of a major regeneration project in a Glasgow community.
The new Chair of Scotland’s largest social landlord, Glasgow Housing Association (GHA), is Barmulloch tenant Bernadette Hewitt.
Cube Housing Association's Chair, Liz Ruine, has retired after five years at the helm.
The autumn issue of Cube News is out now - and you could win a great prize.
Scotland’s largest housing, care and property management group has doubled this year its number of Modern Apprentices.
A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.
Wheatley Group is looking for 45 young people who like working outdoors to become its latest apprentices.
Work has started on building 52 new affordable homes for rent as part of a regeneration project in the west of Glasgow.
Cube tenants have the chance to hear more about plans for a new and improved repairs service.
Cube Housing Association, West Lothian Housing Partnership and Loretto Care picked up their accolades at the Scottish Awards for Business Excellence at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Wheatley Group, Cube's parent company, has announced it will invest more than £100 million over the next five years in maintaining and improving communities across Central Scotland.
Cube has unveiled its new Dumbarton office – giving local customers easier access to face-to-face advice and services.
Cube helped young people in West Dunbartonshire come together to celebrate citizenship and prepare for moving to a new school.
A Glasgow teenager has told how knowing she had a place on an apprenticeship scheme gave her hope after being diagnosed with cancer.
Cube has helped support the opening of a new credit union for its customers in the heart of Maryhill, Glasgow.
Two top Scottish football stars returned to their roots to kick-off a massive £40million campaign to transform thousands of homes and make communities safer.
Cube has launched a new five-year strategy for improving communities.