Featured news / 04.06.2018
Opening doors to low cost home ownership for first time buyers
£745,000 refurbishment of Rhydyfelin housing starts
Communities and Tackling Poverty Minister, Lesley Griffiths, launched the start of refurbishment work to flats in Rhydyfelin, near Pontypridd on Thursday 21st January 2016.
Natural Resources Minister visits St Athan housing development
Natural Resources Minister Carl Sargeant visited Newydd Housing Association’s development in St Athan on Monday 23rd November together with the Finance Minister Jane Hutt, Councillor Bronwen Brooks and Community Councillor Acott.
Exceptional tenant group wins another accolade at scrutiny Oscars
A tenant group from south Wales has reached the Oscars of scrutiny not once but twice this year, winning two prestigious awards.
Free construction course gives Barry people chance of employment
Men and women from the Barry area were recently given a boost into construction following a free course.
Barry Community Garden thanks Waitrose customers
Barry Community Garden would like to share their delight and thank Waitrose and their customers for a donation of £430 from their Community Matters fund.
Message from our Chair
It has been a busy year since the last Annual General Meeting with over 100 new homes now build and let to local people in Barry, Barry Island and Nantgarw.
Share your views on St Brides Major housing development
Newydd Housing Association will be displaying plans for a proposed new affordable housing development at Wick Road, St Brides Major at a public consultation event on Thursday, 16th July 2015.
A Barry Island launch for new housing development
Ger y Môr, a new affordable housing development, was launched on 17th of June in true Barry Island style with buried treasures and ice-cream all round.
27th best place to work
Newydd has moved up 36 places in just one year and is now 27th in the list of best places to work in the not for profit sector. This is across the whole of the UK!
£6.3million Thompson Street housing development launched
We have launched a new £6.3million housing development on Thompson Street in Barry after incredible demand by local people.
£3.2million housing development begins in the Vale of Glamorgan
Work has started on a £3.2million housing development in St Athan that will offer 23 new homes for local people.
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