Cadwyn Housing Association are proud to announce we have achieved the highest grade from the Welsh Governments Regulatory assessment.
Members of The Table based at Pentyrch Street Baptist Church in Cardiff have visited a development of new homes in the Cathays area of the City which are being built on land once owned and adjacent to the Church but which has been acquired by local Housing Association, Cadwyn.
Men of all ages and backgrounds are being encouraged to sign up for the walk on Friday, September 20 and to show their support for the campaign to eradicate violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
400 tiny wooden houses have been hidden around Cardiff as part of a campaign to encourage landlords to lease their properties to those most at risk of losing their homes.
Cadwyn says a fond farewell to Georgia who has completed her work placement year with our Investment Team.
Wayne has taken up support from Realise Your Potential on several occasions over the last few years and went on to secure employment on the last two Cadwyn developments.
The shipping containers which will be used as temporary accommodation for homeless families have arrived in Cardiff.
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about the Bute Street shipping container project.
New temporary accommodation made from shipping containers will soon offer innovative high quality living for homeless families in Cardiff.
We’re supporting Time to Talk Day. A campaign to raise awareness of the need to talk about mental health.