Thank you for sharing your views with us – STAR survey results

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You may recall we recently asked you to complete a survey, asking you how satisfied you felt about the services we provide. This was a STAR survey, which is carried out annually by all registered social landlords (RSLs) to gain a better understanding about customers’ feelings. It’s also an opportunity to see how RSLs are performing […]

New homes for sale at 70% of their market value

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We are part of an exciting scheme that allows us to offer low-cost homes available to purchase at 70% of their market value.  We have properties available on our Parc Derwen site in Coity, Bridgend, built by sought-after developer, Persimmon Homes, and we are looking for potential buyers. To buy these homes you must be: […]

The way you pay for your water is changing

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Since 2008, Valleys to Coast has collected the water and sewerage charges for your home on behalf of Welsh Water. This is going to change from 1 April 2023. What is changing? From 1 April 2023, you will pay your water and sewerage charges directly to Welsh Water.  What will happen to the balance on […]

Our response to mould, dampness and condensation

Published on: In the categories:General, Home Safety Advice

No doubt you’ll be aware of the national focus on the issue of mould, condensation and dampness following the tragic death of Awaab Ishak, the two-year-old from Oldham who died as a result of prolonged exposure to mould in his home. Quite rightly, there is additional scrutiny on landlords, including social landlords like us, to […]

Image of condensation. Water droplets on the inside of a window frame

Tree Planting Success Across Bridgend

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Back in October, we discussed our plans to brighten up Bridgend County by planting 300 trees donated by the Woodland Trust.  We’ve been busy in Caerau, Maesteg, North Cornelly and Pencoed over the past few weeks with the help of some of you in the community, including pupils from Garth Primary, Corneli Primary and Afon […]

Helping you keep your home safe and warm

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We’re partnering with Warm Wales to help ensure that our customers’ homes are safe and warm this winter. Warm Wales, Wales’ first community interest company, work to alleviate fuel poverty in Wales and the South West through community projects and partnership working. We’re delighted to confirm that we have been allocated a dedicated energy advice […]

Valleys to Coast wins national award for small housing development with a big impact

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We are proud to reveal that we have won a top national award for innovation. Our Ffordd yr Eglwys development won the ‘delivering innovation’ category at the recent Ystadau Cymru awards run by Welsh Government. The four home development in North Cornelly was the first to be built by a social housing developer using a […]

Artist impression of Ffordd yr Eglwys development

Valleys to Coast support Hale Developers with donations for 1092 Bridgend Squadron

Published on: In the categories:Bridgend, General

Valleys to Coast have facilitated fantastic community benefits between Hale Developers and Bridgend Air Cadets. By supporting the 1092 Squadron, Hale Developers have managed to upgrade their IT suite with new laptops and also a virtual reality flight simulator, in addition to replenishing items for the cadets’ Duke of Edinburgh kit.  With over 50 young […]

Valleys to Coast supports Cornelly United FC

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When Cornelly United Football Club reached out to us to ask for support, it wasn’t a new kit on the wishlist, but a new kitchen! And we were more than happy to help, working with our contractor partner ASW Property Services (ASW) Ltd to refurbish the club kitchen as part of its community benefits commitment. […]

Pest prevention works to commence in Ffordd yr Eglwys

Published on: In the categories:General, North Cornelly

Works are set to commence on November 28th to cut back on a large area of overgrowth in Ffordd yr Eglwys, North Cornelly. The aim of the work is to help us manage the rodent population by removing potential nesting spots.  The programme will take between two and three weeks to complete.  Residents are warned […]