Cube helps West Dunbartonshire communities stay safe
Cube staff were out and about in West Dunbartonshire helping tenants stay safe.
Housing officers joined forces with partners at West Dunbartonshire Council, the police and fire service to carry out two days of action to tackle anti-social behaviour.
They were out knocking doors in Haldane, Ladyton/Nobleston, Castlehill and Clydebank, encouraging tenants to report anti-social behaviour to Cube – or to report it anonymously via Crimestoppers.
The two days of action were also a good opportunity to remind tenants of all the ways Cube can support them – from arranging home fire safety visits to supporting tenants affected by Universal Credit.
During the two days, staff set up 10 home fire safety visits and made one referral to Cube’s welfare benefit advisor to support a customer.
Cube’s Head of Housing Ann-Marie Fontana added: “We want all our tenants to feel safe at home and in their communities.
“We take anti-social behaviour seriously, and these days of action are a good chance for us to work closely with our partners at West Dunbartonshire Council, the police and the fire service.
“It’s also been a good chance for us to remind tenants of all the ways we can support them.”
Wednesday, December 12, 2018