Customer Newsletter – November 2023

Published on: In the categories:General

Check out our most recent customer newsletter which landed on doorsteps this week. If you have any feedback about what you’d like to see included in our next newsletter, send us an email at

Reaching new heights on our Old Station Road development in Porthcawl

Published on: In the categories:Development, Porthcawl

We are excited to share the latest update on our Old Station Road development in Porthcawl, a project we have been working on in partnership with Paramount. As we approach the winter months, we want to keep you in the loop about the progress we’ve made. Our team began working on the former brownfield site […]

FREE Halloween Events

Published on: In the categories:Communities, General

This October, Valleys to Ghost is proud to present three spooktacular after-school Halloween events that promise to be a hauntingly good time for families across the community. Join us for a ghoulishly good time at these two exciting events, all happening from 3pm to 5pm: 🗓️ Tuesday, October 24th in Pencoed  🗓️ Wednesday, October 25th […]

Celebrating another successful year at our AGM

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Last week we welcomed board members and shareholders to join us at our Colleague Conference before sharing our annual review and accounts for the last financial year. It was an opportunity to share highlights and reflect on the past 20 years, we heard from Chair of the Board, Anthony Whittaker, as well as our first […]

Introducing you to Llanw!

Published on: In the categories:General, Llanw

A new wave in property repairs and maintenance services. We recently let you know that we’re launching a new company to improve, grow and develop our repairs and maintenance services. We’re delighted to announce that our new repairs and maintenance company will be called Llanw (pronounced Llan-oo) which means ‘tidal’ in Welsh. The name Llanw […]

Top tips to stay gas safe: Gas Safety Week 2023

Published on: In the categories:Home Safety Advice

At Valleys to Coast, we are committed to providing you with homes where you can feel safe and happy. However, we need your help and assistance to make sure you and your family and friends are safe.  Gas Safety Week is an annual safety week to raise awareness of gas safety and the importance of […]

Decision on Dinam Close, Nantymoel

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Following a period of consultation and engagement with tenants, the Board of Valleys to Coast has made a decision to begin the process of closing Dinam Close, Nantymoel, as a provision of older person accommodation. Discussions will now take place with Bridgend County Borough Council and other partners, including Welsh Government, to explore options for […]

Leaseholders Update: Long Term Qualifying Agreement

Published on: In the categories:Leaseholders

Valleys to Coast completed the long term agreement process in July 2023. A qualifying long-term agreement is a contract entered into by the landlord for a period of more than 12 months to provide services. The procurement process involved Sell2Wales to provide services under a contract for the following areas; If any repairs or works are […]

Celebrating success at the #GrowingforGold awards

Published on: In the categories:Communities, General, Sustainability

Celebrating the positive impact that beautiful gardens, public spaces, and greenery have on our communities, we wrapped up this year’s search to find the best gardens and green spaces in Bridgend at our recent awards ceremony. We brought together our entrants to Bryncethin Community Centre for the #GrowingforGold Awards to recognise and reward the wonderful […]

This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is here!

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We are delighted to be supporting the Summer Reading Challenge in Bridgend, which was launched on July 8th by Awen Cultural Trust. The aim of the Summer Reading Challenge, which has been run by the Reading Agency in partnership with public libraries since 1999, is to encourage children to read at least six library books […]