Where you live affects your overall health and well-being. We deliver a range of solutions including assisting first time buyers with a mortgage or affordable property, home adaptions or helping to maintain independence.
The Council's Housing Strategy team work with landlords to ensure properties offered for rent are of the highest-possible standard.
For more information please visit www.rentsmart.gov.wales or telephone 03000 133344
Disabled Facilities Grant
The Disabled Facilities Grant is available for a range of work that will help a disabled person to maintain their independence in their home.
Tel: 01685 725000
Housing Advice Centre
The team has helped thousands of people on a range of housing-related issues.
For more information please visit our Housing webpage or telephone 01685 725000.
Help at home and Lifeline
If you need a hand with things at home, from having meals delivered, adaptations, living aids or temporary help after leaving hospital we can help.
For more information please visit our Lifeline webpage or telephone 01685 725000.
Heating your home
If you’re worried about the cost of heating your home, you can find out information to help on our Energy Efficiency Page or call 01685 725000. You can also contact Nest on 0808 808 2244 or visit NEST. Nest is a Welsh Government scheme working to make Welsh homes warmer and more energy-efficient places to live.
For further information visit www.nest.gov.wales
Alabaré - Alabaré's
Home for Veterans is a supported housing programme for ex-Service personnel who are homeless and have a range of support needs.
For more information visit www.alabare.co.uk
Is an Armed Forces charity that provides a variety of services for Veterans, serving personnel and their families. They provide accommodation that meets the different needs of serving and veterans communities. These include Norton Homes which provide free accommodation for the families of service men and women receiving long term medical treatment and Short-term accommodation at Stepping Stone homes, free of charge, for women and children experiencing relationship breakdown.
For further information visit www.ssafa.org.uk