Ty Llew, our development of 13 general needs apartments has won Swansea Council's Building Excellence Award for Best Social or Affordable Housing in the south Wales region. Read more...
Our new build bungalows in Birchgrove, suitable for people with disabilities were let via the ADAPT Housing Register, a waiting list for people in Swansea with a need for high levels of adaptations. Read more...
Our Neighbourhood Housing Teams visit tenants in their homes, addressing problems and concerns in the most convenient way for them.
Our housing services
We have a total of just over 10,200 properties across several different types of service:
|Housing service||*Total (10,273)|
|General needs housing||3,984|
|Home ownership & commercial use||563|
|Care home places||248|
|Housing for older people||835|
|Nursing home places||65|
*Further breakdown of these statistcs can be seen in our 2015 annual review available here.
We work for local communities to improve the social and economic welfare of tenants. We also work with government and voluntary agencies to develop services, especially for people wishing to return to work.
Our Lettings Services Team deal with housing applications, waiting lists, transferes and swaps. They also make sure new tenants get the right support before they move in.
Our Neighbourhood Housing Officers (NHOs) deal with questions about your tenancy and where you live.
Our Tenancy Management Team deal with anti-social behaviour and any changes to your tenancy.
Our Older Persons Team manage our older persons housing services. We have a range of properties on offer in numerous areas, some with a scheme manager service and some without.
Our Income Management Team deal with income collection for current and former tenants. They can also provide benefits advice and help with welfare reforms with all rent payments.
Managing your money
Free advice about money matters and a new advice tool available online.
Free, reliable help with debt.
Step Change Debt Charity - the UK's leading debt advice organisation.
Credit Unions of Wales are financial cooperatives that are community focused and controlled by their members, offering savings and loans.
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