We have invested greatly in tenants’ homes since Stock Transfer from Ceredigion County Council in 2009, bringing homes in Ceredigion up to the Welsh Housing Quality Standard and ensuring that all our tenants receive high quality services from all departments.
We work closely with tenants on developing our services, planning for our future and introducing new services improvements such as a repairs appointment service.
We have actively ensured that there are wider economic advantages for the local economy in terms of creating job opportunities through training and apprenticeship schemes. Currently, £22 million of investment has brought much needed improvements to tenants’ homes as well as giving a boost to the economic future of communities within Ceredigion.
On the 1st of November 2020, Tai Ceredigion and Mid-Wales Housing association merged and the newly formed housing association is called Barcud.
By bringing together expertise, experience and vision, Barcud will be the backbone for providing affordable housing to rent, rent-to-own and buy in the heart of Wales.
Barcud is a not for profit housing association. Every penny is ploughed back into providing first class homes in our communities across Powys, Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.