Featured news / 04.06.2018

Opening doors to low cost home ownership for first time buyers

Hapi wins Crystal Trophy Award
Health and wellbeing projects across Rhondda Cynon Taff were awarded for their success at the Crystal Trophy Award ceremony recently.
New Llantwit Major housing praised by Councillor
Cwrt Col-Huw, a new affordable housing development at the site of the old Royal Mail sorting office in Llantwit Major, was praised by Councillor Gwyn John at the launch event on 5th of July.
Barry tenant shortlisted for national award
Cath Kinson, a Newydd Housing Association tenant living at Barry Waterfront, has been shortlisted for a national ‘Tenant of the Year’ award.
Pontypridd football scheme for young people nets funding boost
A community initiative in Pontypridd which helps young people lead active lifestyles and engage in volunteering through football, has received a funding boost for its pioneering work.
Exceptional community work in Barry gets national award
Jehu Project Services, a construction company based in south Wales has won a national award for community work during the build of a Newydd Housing Association development in Barry.
Scooter storage a lifeline
Tenants at Alltwen in Abernant near Aberdare, have been given a lifeline after a scooter storage unit was erected in the grounds of their independent living scheme.
Calling on Ogmore first time buyers to view brand new homes
Newydd is calling on local people to attend an open day on Monday 7th March to view one of six first-time buyer homes for sale in Ogmore by Sea as part of the Vale of Glamorgan Aspire2Own Shared Equity Scheme.
Newydd goes up fourteen places and is 13th best place to work in UK
Newydd Housing Association, with nearly 100 staff working across nine local authorities in Wales, has now reached 13th place in The Sunday Times Best Companies To Work For 2016.
Barry woman sofa-surfing and camping to 'escape' housing crisis
Fiona Adkins from Barry and her seventeen year old son Ryan were made homeless last summer and have since struggled to find a home that meets their needs.
Tenants queuing up to move into £3.2 million housing development
Tenants have now moved into Newydd Housing Association’s £3.2 million housing development on Gileston Road in St Athan, the Vale of Glamorgan, now named The Old Station.
Newydd ranked amongst the UK best for building excellence
Newydd, a relatively small housing association with just 3,000 homes, has been shortlisted in the ‘Outstanding Development Programme of the Year’ category at the prestigious UK Housing Awards 2016.
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