Featured news / 15.12.2020

We have teamed up with partners to deliver Christmas hampers to the community

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.
Investing in our Governance
Many housing associations have moved away from voluntary Board membership and now pay their Board members for their time and contribution.
Newydd donate high visibility vests to Barry Coronavirus volunteer group
Newydd Housing Association have sponsored a Coronavirus volunteer scheme, Barry Waterfront COVID-19 Community Group, by funding high visibility vests for all its volunteers.
Emergency repairs service
We have switched to an emergency repairs service to minimise contact and keep you safe. We do apologise for this inconvenience however it is essential that we follow Government guidance.
What has the Welsh Government said about us?
Housing associations in Wales are regulated by the Welsh Government and they publish an annual regulatory judgement.
Newydd Staff Donate £1000 to Local Foodbanks
This month, The Vale Foodbank and Pontypridd Foodbank received a cheque for £500 each from our staff charitable fund.
Newydd Celebrates our Longest Standing Tenant’s 100th Birthday
Meet Mrs Dorothy Watts, a passionate gardener who has the ability to make everyone smile and who also happens to be Newydd’s longest standing tenant. Mrs Watts celebrated turning the grand age of a hundred today. She has been a tenant with Newydd for a whopping 41 years, since 1979.
Ponty bench wins national Sustainable Academy Award
On 28th November, at an awards ceremony at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, it was announced that Wales’ first solar-powered digital bench, led by a Rhydyfelin Youth Group, won a Sustainable Academy Award.
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