We are a registered social landlord, which means we are regulated by the Welsh Government.
This means that the Welsh Government make a Regulatory Judgement on us each year after carrying out a regulatory assessment which checks how we are operating and how we are doing against our delivery outcomes.
Every year we also carry out a self evaluation assessment to make sure we are delivering what we have said we will. Click here to read our self assessment, which looks at a series of outcomes and shows what we are doing well and how we are making a difference, as well as areas where we might need to have more focus.
Welsh Language Scheme
United Welsh has adopted the principle, that in the conduct of public business in Wales, it will, so far as is both appropriate in the circumstances and reasonably practical treat the Welsh and English languages on the basis of equality.
United Welsh has already identified current demand for Welsh through consultation with all its customers. We have established that demand is relatively modest in the areas where we work. Regular consultation will ensure that our services adapt to meet any changes in demand for Welsh in the future.
You can access our Welsh Language Scheme here.
Equality and Diversity
United Welsh is committed to equality and diversity in employment and the provision of its services. This means we:
You can access our policy here.
Health & Safety
United Welsh believes that the Health and Safety of its employees, residents, tenants and service users is a fundamental part of United Welsh’s role. The Board and Executive Team take Health and Safety very seriously and acknowledge their legal responsibility to ensure the health and safety and welfare of employees at work, tenants, residents and service users, as well as protecting others who may be affected by United Welsh work activities.
You can access our Landlord Health & Safety policy statement here.
You can access our Employer Health & Safety policy statement here.