Melin Homes celebrated turning 10 with a business breakfast event at Rodney Parade, Newport this week.
We celebrated our 10th birthday with our stakeholders and partners this morning. Peter Crockett opened the event by outlining some of our achievements from the last 10 years. Guest speaker Sophie Howe, Future Generations Commissioner for Wales was delighted to speak at the event and congratulated us on being the first housing association to sign up to the code of Practice for Ethical Employment in supply chains, which means we are a living wage employer and have an expectation that our suppliers sign up too. Ms Howe said: “Melin is a crucial part of the holistic vision of the Well Being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 through empowering people to live the best lives they can. Housing is the heartbeat of sustainable communities.”
Our Money Advice Team now has dedicated energy adviser to help you save energy and money.
Our new 24 hour rent payment line is live.
Our spring issue of Melin News has been posted out to our residents and is available to read online now. In this issue: Proud of your home – See how you have helped make your neighbourhoods a great place to live plus A Melin milestone – New residents get the keys to our 4,000th home Meet our apprentices – The young people building their careers at Melin.