Featured news / 19.02.2018

Name a road and win £50

Winter is coming. Are you ready?
Be Winter Ready aims to give you all the information you need to prepare for winter – so you’ll know what to do in case you experience a power cut or a gas emergency.
Not one but 3 Newydd women shortlisted for Women in Housing Awards
Newydd Housing Association can boast real talent as, not one but, three women have been shortlisted in the Women in Housing Awards to take place in Manchester on 2nd of November.
Penarth older people homes impress
Tenants at Gwyn James Court in Penarth had a visit from Town Mayor, Councillor Ken Lloyd last week following major design changes to their homes to support sight loss.
Rhydyfelin woman shortlisted for national community award
Babs Protheroe from Rhydyfelin, a truly inspirational 66-year-old woman who is blind and suffers from hearing difficulties, has been shortlisted for the Groundwork UK Community Leader of the Year award.
Competition to name £5.3m housing development in Treforest
Newydd Housing Association is asking local people to name a new housing development at the former site of Gene Metals, Kingsland Terrace, for a cash prize.
Rooms4U project wins prestigious innovation award
Rooms4U, a shared housing project funded by Crisis UK, has won the prestigious Pat Chown award for housing innovation.
£769,000 lottery funding awarded to RCT health project
Newydd Housing Association has received more than three quarters of a million pounds from the Big Lottery People and Places Fund to extend their health and wellbeing project across Rhondda Cynon Taff.
Energy first for housing association in Wales
Newydd is the first housing association in Wales to install a fuel cell combined heat and power system to cut energy bills, carbon emissions and allow for electricity to be produced on site for use by tenants.
Celebration for Vale older people after Lottery funding
Older people living at independent living schemes in the Vale of Glamorgan had a party on 14th September following £2,000 from the Big Lottery Fund Celebrate programme.
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