Neath Port Talbot


Glynneath is a small town lying on the River Neath in the county borough of Neath Port Talbot. Glynneath became industrialised in 1793 with coal mining and expanded when Neath Canal arrived in 1775. Today, many parts of the old canal still exist. 

In the northeast, you can find stunning waterfalls near Pontneddfechan, close to the Brecon Beacons. The rural areas around Glynneath have plenty of forests, making it a perfect place for walkers, photographers, and anyone who loves the countryside. 

For more information about Glynneath, please visit the Visit Wales website here.

Our properties

We have one housing estate in county called Maes Yr Eglwys, found in Glynneath. This was one of the first housing estates that we built in the mid-1970s and includes a mixture of houses and flats. It is next to the A465 road (Heads of the Valleys), providing easy access to Swansea and the nearby area. 

How to apply for our homes

Please click on the 'Contact us' button at the bottom of the page to express an interest in any of our available homes in Glynneath. You will be transferred to our 'contact us' page where you can send us a message if you are interested in renting any of our homes in this area. 

Applying for a home

To apply for a home in Glynneath, you must contact us to register your interest. We manage the allocation process for this estate ourselves. Please click on the button below and you will be directed to our 'Contact' page.

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