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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 Housing Regulation Regulatory Opinion Report 2016 for United Welsh. 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 including renovating Empty Homes. Find out more about us or give us feedback.



  1. It’s a house Jim, but not as we know it!

    It’s a house Jim, but not as we know it!

    Prospective buyers of homes at a development close to the centre of Caerphilly town are being given a unique chance to experience their new homes in a virtual realm.


    Thanks to new cutting edge technology from TruVision, people can tour the three and four-bed homes for sale at the Beech Tree Gardens site in Watford Road using a VR headset without having to set foot outside the marketing suite.

  2. Ty Annog officially opens

    Ty Annog officially opens

    A supported housing scheme providing much-needed accommodation to young people aged between 16 – 24 in Blaenau Gwent has officially opened.

    The opening of Ty Annog on Monday 22nd May, which means “Encouraging House”, saw tenants unveil a graffiti mural they designed and painted with local artist Lloyd Roberts to mark the occasion.

  3. Special people recognised at 2017 Together Awards

    Special people recognised at 2017 Together Awards

    A fantastic group of winners were celebrated at the United Welsh Together Awards yesterday evening (Wednesday 7th June).

    The awards are organised to celebrate Together members that have made a positive difference in their communities.

  4. Out-of hours repairs service information: Champions League traffic restrictions

    Champions League road closures - Information for tenants

    Security for the Champions League Final and Festival this weekend will have a significant impact on traffic and pedestrian flow around the areas being used for the football matches and celebrations; particularly the city centre and Cardiff Bay.

    As a result, for periods of Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th June, no vehicles will be granted access to designated areas except the emergency services.

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