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A new safe and secure way of paying is helping tenants keep on top of their rent.
Three of Scotland’s leading social landlords unveiled plans today that would pave the way for over £600 million to be invested in new and existing homes and the creation of hundreds of new jobs.
Work on a new £27m housing development in Clydebank is gathering pace.
Housing Minister Kevin Stewart MSP held a virtual meeting with Wheatley Group staff to hear how they have supported vulnerable customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tenants have praised the ‘brilliant’ support they have received from Wheatley’s housing officers in Glasgow during the pandemic.
We are doing everything we can to help you and your family stay safe at home during these difficult times.
Wheatley Group has helped hundreds of homeless people put a roof over their heads throughout the coronavirus crisis.
A new development of 46 affordable homes in Dumbarton is giving families a whole new view of life.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to operate a restricted range of services, in line with government guidance.
Almost 150 new affordable homes for social rent are taking shape as part of the Queens Quay regeneration project in Clydebank.
Are you worried or have questions about Coronavirus? Expert help and advice from health care professionals and the Government is available.
Thanks for your patience as we continue to operate a restricted range of services, in line with government guidance.
Older tenants are getting extra security and peace of mind in their homes during the coronavirus crisis.
Eilidh Morrison, a Cube Housing Officer, explains what the next steps are if you are due to have your annual gas safety check.
If you’re on Universal Credit, and claiming housing costs to pay your rent, make sure you let the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) know of changes to your rent.
Wheatley Group’s emergency food service EatWell is expanding further with three new distribution hubs being created across Glasgow.
Wheatley, Scotland’s largest housing, care and property-management group, helped hundreds of families in Glasgow enjoy a happier Easter.
Wheatley Group is appealing for businesses to donate food to help people struggling with the impact of Coronavirus.
The Spring 2020 issue of Inside Cube – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
A star of Scotland’s favourite soap is helping launch a new campaign to encourage tenants to stay safe at home.
One of the lifts at 151 Wyndford Road in Maryhill is currently out of service.
School leavers have the chance to become Modern Apprentices with Scotland’s largest housing, property and care organisation.
Our Home Comforts service helps tenants who need furniture but can’t afford it.
Saving money using MySavings is now even easier – thanks to a new smartphone app.
Santa’s reindeer were on hand to spread seasonal joy to children in the west of Glasgow.
The winter issue of Inside Cube – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
Cube staff sprang into action when a community Christmas tree in Maryhill fell over in high winds.
Loretto Housing and Cube, both part of Wheatley Group, have appointed Laura Henderson as their new managing director.
Residents in high-rise properties are being given leaflets outlining how to prevent fires in the home and what to do if one starts in their building.
Tenants have been given the keys to Cube’s great new homes in Alexandria.
Cube’s new homes in Dumbarton have been given the thumbs-up from delighted tenants.
November is our Month of Engagement – and we want tenants to get involved.
Older people in Glasgow have discovered their inner Banksy - with a little help from Wheatley Group’s Livingwell Service.
We want you – yes YOU – to help improve your neighbourhood.
A burst water main is affecting normal water supplies in parts of Coatbridge and the Baillieston area of north east Glasgow.
Cube's pop-up advice tent in a Glasgow community was a big hit with tenants.
A free scheme which helps people get to and from doctor’s appointments in Glasgow is looking for volunteer drivers.
Cube Housing Officers are holding a series of ‘Block talks’ with tenants in Maryhill throughout September and October.
New neighbours in a Cube community in West Dunbartonshire got to know each other at an event last week.
Cube tenants and their families know how to have fun – and proved it at community events in Glasgow.
The summer issue of Inside Cube – the magazine for Cube tenants – is out now.
A tenant has praised the support he got from Cube – and urged others to talk to their landlord straight away if they move on to Universal Credit.
Think you might be entitled to Pension Credit – the benefit that tops up your pension?
A development of 31 new homes – complete with a new-look local shop – is the toast of a Dumbarton community.
The Spring issue of Livingwell News - our newsletter for tenants 55 and over in our communities - is out now.
Our tenant newsletter has a great new name and a bright new look.
One of the world’s biggest computer games is helping children in Glasgow learn about the role Maryhill played in the First World War.
Christmas came early for children in Maryhill when two reindeer trotted along to spread some seasonal joy.
Cube helped West Dunbartonshire tenants and their families get into the festive spirit with a free trip to the panto.
A pioneering project helping long-term unemployed into work has delivered more than £8 million of social value to Scotland’s largest city.
Cube staff were out and about in West Dunbartonshire helping tenants stay safe.
The search is on for modern apprentices to join Scotland’s leading housing, care and property-management organisation.
Cube’s Broomhill estate in Glasgow has been given a five-star award by environmental experts at Keep Scotland Beautiful.
Rare photographs from the First World War showing life in a Glasgow barracks have gone on display in Scotland for the first time.
Cube tenants in a Glasgow community will soon notice huge improvements to their area thanks a major regeneration project.
IF you want to improve your skills and help other people, volunteering with the Citizens’ Advice Bureau (CAB) could be for you.
Still Game actor Paul Riley, who plays bunnet-wearing Winston Ingram, has given a Glasgow high-rise the ultimate seal of approval.
Our latest meeting of the African Housing Forum takes place on Wednesday, 12 September in Wheatley Academy in Glasgow city centre from 5-7pm.
The regeneration of a Glasgow community has taken another step forward with the opening of 70 smart new Cube Housing Association homes.
Cube tenants from Broomhill in Glasgow and the surrounding communities joined us for our family fun day.
Older tenants are showing why Glasgow really is the 'Dear Green Place' to mark the 30th anniversary of the Glasgow Garden Festival.
Sorry, but our online services – My Cube – won’t be available on Saturday 30 June between 8am-7pm as we’re carrying out upgrades.
A new photography exhibition put Balloch residents in the picture as to what’s happening in their neighbourhood.
If you're looking to offer support to a young person in Glasgow, then here’s your chance.
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 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.
More than 15,000 older Glaswegians are set to benefit from a £100 winter warmer.
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.
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.
A partnership between two housing associations has marked the next stage in the regeneration of a Glasgow community.
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.
Cube has unveiled its new Dumbarton office – giving local customers easier access to face-to-face advice and services.
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 helped young people in West Dunbartonshire come together to celebrate citizenship and prepare for moving to a new school.
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.