History

Mid-Wales Housing Association was established in 1975 and has over 1600 properties throughout Powys and Ceredigion as well as a few properties in Shropshire.

Operating from its Newtown Office, Mid-Wales Housing provides homes for rent. It has properties to suit families, single people of all ages including the elderly, as well as properties for people who may need care and support either occasionally or full time.

It is run by a voluntary Board of Management who are not paid for the time and expertise they give to ensuring our success. Our Board Members come from throughout the region of Mid-Wales and from a variety of backgrounds, including building, finance, local government, voluntary organisations and, of course, housing.

We also encourage our Tenants to join the Board. If you feel you have the skills and the interest in becoming a Board Member, please Contact Us.

Our Mission

Making quality homes affordable to more people in Mid-Wales.

Our Vision

The Association sees itself as an important tool in seeking to address the housing needs of the Mid-Wales region for the foreseeable future. The Association intends to concentrate primarily on its core function of developing and maintaining good quality, affordable housing for people in need whilst providing a high quality, efficient, caring management service.

It also recognises the importance that housing plays in the wider community and feels that it is important to consider how it can use its economic strength to address issues of employment and social cohesion.

Our Values

Equality

We Believe in equal access to quality homes for local people entitled to affordable housing.

Excellence

We believe in positively changing the attitude towards affordable housing.

Caring

We believe in putting the welfare of our tenants before profit.

Community

We believe in a local approach to community housing.

Our Promise

Equality in housing. The challenge of affordable housing. We’re equal to it.