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Welcome to United Welsh

We are a not-for-profit charitable organisation, registered with the Welsh Government and regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority. Click here to see the Financial Viability Judgement report 2015. We provide homes and related services in South Wales, currently managing over 5,000 properties.

We also have an entirely owned subsidiary Celtic Horizons who deliver all repairs and maintenance for us, but we don’t just build homes; we build communities offering a range of services to our tenants. To find out more about us, click here. To give us feedback, click here.

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  1. Tenants invited to rate United Welsh customer service

    United Welsh is inviting tenants to complete a short survey by the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) about our customer service.

    United Welsh is inviting tenants to complete a short survey by the Institute of Customer Service (ICS) about our customer service.

    For every completed survey submitted, we will donate £1 to children’s cancer charity LATCH.

  2. Rent well spent for £500 winner Lindsay

    Aberbargoed tenant Lindsay Eynon is celebrating after scooping £500 in our ‘It Pays to Pay’ prize draw.

    Aberbargoed tenant Lindsay Eynon is celebrating after scooping £500 in our ‘It Pays to Pay’ prize draw.

    44-year-old Lindsay, who’s a resident in Blaen y Cwm flats, won the prize after

  3. United Welsh amongst ‘best in Wales’ after retaining Investors in People Gold

    Caerphilly-based housing association United Welsh has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) Gold standard for a second time.

    United Welsh has been awarded the prestigious Investors in People (IiP) Gold standard for a second time.

    The IiP award, which recognises a company’s effort to look after its employees, has

  4. New lease of life for Romilly Road property thanks to Empty Homes Wales initiative

    New lease of life for Romilly Road property thanks to Empty Homes Wales initiative

    A Cardiff property that was left vacant for 20 years has been given a new lease of life thanks to Welsh Government’s Houses into Homes scheme and a loan and expertise from Empty Homes Wales.

    The former 5-bed terraced house in Romilly Road, Canton, has been converted into two 2-bed flats and one 1-bed flat after Caerphilly-based housing association United

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