Featured news / 03.11.2020

Two local residents secure full time employment thanks to housing development

Getting to know our new Chief Executive
Would Jason Wroe, our new Chief Executive, travel to Mars? What was his first job? And who would he spend the day with post-lockdown? Find out more about him below…
Coronavirus Statement
The well-being of our tenants, partner organisations and our staff continues to be our absolute priority.
Two local residents secure full time employment thanks to housing development
In partnership with Llandrindod Wells Job Centre Plus, J.G Hale Construction hosted two eight-week work experience placements, who have now gone on to secure full time employment on the site of a Newydd Housing Association development located on Ithon Road.
Housing association appoints new Chief Executive
Jason Wroe will take over the role of Chief Executive at Newydd Group when Paul Roberts retires at the end of October.
Our Rents & Service Charge
The Welsh Government said we must set rents and service charges that ensures our homes remain affordable and deliver value for money.
Mental Health Awareness Week: Sally's Lockdown Story
Hello all, continuing with the Mental Health Awareness week posts here is my little slice of life in lockdown!
Newydd housing development supports refurbishment of school barn in Barry
Romilly Primary School barn gets a revamp thanks to a local housing development at Porthkerry Road.
Friends of St Canna receive £1500 donation thanks to Llangan housing development
Newydd Housing Association alongside Canna Developments are supporting the local community by donating £1500 to Friends of St Canna who run the Old School Room, a community centre in Llangan, Vale of Glamorgan.
Llandrindod housing development funds cemetery improvements
Llandrindod Wells Cemetery gates and railings get a revamp thanks to new local housing development.
Clare Garden Village
We will be providing a total of 133 affordable homes for rent and 57 first time buyer homes for sale at Clare Garden Village.
Newydd donates £1000 to local food banks during the coronavirus pandemic
​This month, The Vale Foodbank and Pontypridd Foodbank each received a cheque for £500 from Newydd Housing Association after they experienced a massive increase in demand, due to the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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