Featured news / 07.06.2017

Community Team shortlisted for participation ‘Oscars’

Statement following the Grenfell Tower fire
The Grenfell Tower tragedy in London last week will have caused concern to many people about the safety of our homes so we would like to clarify the position regarding Newydd’s homes.
Hearing the Tenants Voice in the Regulation of Housing Associations in Wales
The Regulatrory Board for Wales announce new arrangemnets for interacting with tenants
Community Team shortlisted for participation ‘Oscars’
Newydd Housing Association’s Community Regeneration Team have been shortlisted in the ‘Team of the year’ category at the TPAS Cymru Participation Awards 2017.
Competition to name Trehafod housing development
Newydd Housing Association is asking local people to name a new housing development at the site of the former Trehafod Hotel for a cash prize.
£2.1million rural housing in Wenvoe gets approval
A development of fifteen affordable homes, with spectacular views of Cardiff, has received planning permission.
Our digital deal: A Kindle Fire could be yours
We are asking tenants to sign up to a six month pilot project which aims to help get more people online.
First look at proposal for St Paul’s Church
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced that Newydd Housing Association has been selected as its preferred bidder to undertake the development of the St Paul’s Church site in Penarth.
Barry Community Garden bags £2,000 for woodwork course
Barry Community Garden has bagged £2,000 from a Tesco funding scheme and the process of bringing its woodwork project to life has now begun.
Problem tenant evicted in Barry
Following a series of complaints from residents in the area, Richard Shorney from Heol y Llongau in Barry was evicted from his property due to unruly behaviour.
Woodlands Road housing named by ‘Newbourne’ at Barry Maternity Hospital
Newydd Housing Association has named a new housing development on the site of the previous Barry Maternity Hospital after a competition for local people.
Hazel appointed to manage new Rooms4U project
Newydd Housing Association and the Vale of Glamorgan Council have appointed Hazel Davies to manage Rooms4U, a shared housing project funded by Crisis UK.
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