Fire Door Safety Week

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

What is a Fire Door?  In the case of an emergency, fire doors fulfil a vital function by ensuring fire and smoke is contained to allow time for people to evacuate safely. It’s very important for fire doors to be maintained in good, working conditions in order to fulfil the function they are designed for.  […]

Celebrating another successful year at our AGM

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This week we welcomed board members and shareholders to our headquarters to share our annual review and accounts for the last financial year. It was also an opportunity to share highlights, including our progress on building new homes to meet local need; investment in community amenities; and collaboration with key partners including Bridgend County Borough […]

Share your views for the chance to win £500

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Our STAR survey is here! Your opportunity to have your say and tell us what you think about the services we deliver.  The survey will be carried out in partnership with Beaufort Research and letters will be landing on doorsteps from Monday 12th September 2022.  Send us your completed survey by post using the pre-filled […]

Home Safety Advice: Fitting the correct shower head

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

Fitting the correct type of shower head is critical to the safe performance of your electric shower.  Some shower heads are only suitable for use on mixer showers as the flow of water from them can be restricted or stopped altogether, resulting in a build-up of potential hot water which could, under pressure, be unexpectedly […]

Your Rent, Your Say – Rent survey tour

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The time has come again for you to share your views on the rent you pay and be in with a chance to win £50 in food shopping vouchers! Every year, we ask our customers to tell us what they think about their rent, and this year, we especially want to understand how the cost […]

Please bear with us!

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We are experiencing a high amount of contact at the moment by phone and email. If your query is not urgent please can we ask for you to contact us at another time. We are working hard to get to your calls and emails as quickly as we can. Thank you

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 two properties available on the recently developed Parc Derwen site in Coity, Bridgend,  and we are looking for potential buyers. We have two two-bedroom homes remaining. To buy these homes […]

New development completion in Cefn Cribwr

Published on: In the categories:Development, General, Kenfig Hill, Cefn Cribwr and Pyle

The team here at Valleys To Coast are thrilled to announce that our latest housing development in the Bridgend region has been completed. The St John’s development based in Cefn Cribwr opened its doors to new tenants this summer with 10 new properties being provided for our tenants within the local area. With the sun […]

Llys Ton celebrates 10th anniversary

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Extra care scheme, Llys Ton, celebrated its tenth anniversary back in 2021, and after a year of waiting until it was safe to do so, residents were finally able to celebrate. Our Community Living team hosted celebrations; from games of bingo to afternoon tea, and, of course, cake! Residents were each given a “Sweetheart” plant, […]

Bridgend Repair Café is recruiting volunteers!

Published on: In the categories:Bridgend, Community, General

A repair café is on its way to Bridgend, and they are looking for volunteers to help as they set up. In their simplest form, repair cafés are pop up events held on regular dates where the local community can get their broken household items repaired for free by volunteers.  Can you fix things? Bridgend […]