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  1. United Welsh celebrates 25th Anniversary

    United Welsh is celebrating 25 years of providing quality homes and related services to people living in South Wales. We were formed in August 1989 to take on the management of stock held in Wales by the United Kingdom Housing Trust (UKHT). At that time, they had 1700 homes and a workforce of less than 50. Fast-forward 25 years and United Welsh is now one of the top performing housing associations in Wales.

    During August and Septemeber we'll be taking a look back at all our achievements and looking forward to projects on the horizon. You can follow everything on Twitter.

  2. Another successful year - Annual Report 2014

    We are pleased to present our report summarising our group activities for the year ended 31 March 2014. It's been another successful year however we recognise that our tenants and communities continue to be challenged by difficult social and economic circumstances. We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to all staff and Board members for making 2013-14 another successful year. As we look forward to what 2014-15 brings, we begin celebrating our 25th birthday. United Welsh was formed in 1989, beginning its new life with a transfer of 1700 homes from United Kingdom Housing Trust. As we now provide almost 5000 homes, we are pleased to celebrate the long term success of the organisation.

  3. United Welsh joins forces with Dulux to Refresh Forgeside Community Centre

    United Welsh joins forces with Dulux to Refresh Forgeside Community Centre

    Forgeside Community Centre has been given a fresh new look thanks to an army of volunteers led by United Welsh and community leaders

    United Welsh teamed up with Forgeside Community Group FACT and Dulux Refresh, who very kindly donated 40 gallons of paint, to tackle the Centre

    More than 30 volunteers from the local community and United Welsh, Dulux Refresh, Torfaen Council and Celtic Horizons turned out and spent nearly six hours working on the centre.

  4. Social Housing Grant breaks new ground

    Finance Minister Jane Hutt has broken new ground – at United Welsh’s development at the old Rumpoles site in Cardiff.

    The development will provide 49 one and two bedroom homes in the centre of Cardiff. The site is where the former Rumpoles pub had stood derelict for a number of years before it was acquired by United Welsh.

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