REGULATORY JUDGEMENT 2019/2020

The Executive Team and Board of Tai Ceredigion are pleased to share the publication of our annual regulatory judgement from Welsh Government.

Once again, Tai Ceredigion has been awarded “standard standard” which is the highest assessment that Housing Associations can achieve.

The basis of the judgement is to provide the Housing Association, its tenants, service users and other stakeholders with an understanding of its financial viability and how well it is performing, at a specific moment in time, in relation to:

• Governance and Service Delivery
• Financial Management

Steve Jones
Chief Executive

Karen Oliver
Chair

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From Rubble To Enterprise

From Rubble To Enterprise

2020 brings exciting new developments in Lampeter as the work on redeveloping the Canolfan Dulais site in the town gets underway. With the aid of the European Regional Development Fund investment and Welsh Government Targeted Regeneration funding the project will bring an investment of £3.2m to the town.

Tai Ceredigion – who purchased the building from University of Wales Trinity Saint David in March 2018 – revealed the exciting new plans to demolish the old ‘Government Buildings’ in early 2019. The existing structure had poor insulation and the heating system was not fit for purpose. The new plans will create Continue reading

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Over £3m investment for Lampeter’s new Social Enterprise Centre

Thanks to Welsh Government and EU funding, the Canolfan Dulais Centre in Lampeter will be transformed to create a new Social Enterprise Centre, supporting small businesses and local charities.

Local social landlord Tai Ceredigion will benefit from £1.5m of Welsh Government Targeted Regeneration Funding plus £1.1m of EU funding to help to create high quality office space to support local small businesses and charities.

The existing centre will be demolished and purpose-built as a 1,250 square-metre two storey enterprise hub and social premises, housing up to 15 SMEs and charities. It will create 20 new jobs for trainers, mentors and Continue reading

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Housing Associations Explore Closer Collaboration

Press Release

The voluntary Boards of both Tai Ceredigion, based in Lampeter and Aberystwyth and Mid-Wales Housing Association, based in Newtown, are pleased to announce that they have started on a journey of exploring closer collaboration between the two landlords. The two Housing Associations have already been working together on property maintenance and future planned joint procurement projects.

Peter Swanson, Chair of Mid-Wales Housing Association said “Our overall purpose is to offer enhanced services to our residents and communities, growing the financial strength of the business, and reinvesting any efficiency gains into improving services. Bilingualism is a fundamental element of Continue reading

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