Our aim is to provide high quality homes,excellent services and develop sustainable communities where people wish to live
Extra Care Housing
We believe that everyone deserves a happy retirement, without stress, and time with friends around them to enjoy the pleasures of life. Grŵp Cynefin has four Extra Care Schemes, Penucheldre in Holyhead, Llys Awelon in Ruthin, Awel y Coleg in Bala and Hafod y Gest in Porthmadog. We are also developing another scheme in Denbigh, Awel y Dyffryn, which is due to open in 2020.
Grŵp Cynefin’s Corporate Plan 2019-24
The corporate plan explains the type of organisation we want to be, and has set priorities for implementation over a period of 5 years. You can download a copy of Grŵp Cynefin’s summary of the Corporate Plan 2019-24 here
Homes to Buy / Intermediate RentalThe Tai Teg register has been launched in a partnership between the region’s housing…
Report a RepairGrŵp Cynefin has a housing maintenance service. We wish to keep our houses in a good, safe and…
Jobs and CareersGrŵp Cynefin offers opportunities to individuals who are keen to develop a career in the housing…
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Extra Care Housing
We believe that everyone deserves a happy retirement, without stress, and time with friends around them to enjoy the pleasures of life. Grŵp Cynefin has four Extra Care Schemes, Penucheldre in Holyhead, Llys Awelon in Ruthin, Awel y Coleg in Bala and Hafod y Gest in Porthmadog. We are also…Read More
Homelessness is the most extreme form of social exclusion, and can have a devastating impact on an individual. Grŵp Cynefin supports a number of projects that aim to reduce homelessness.Read More
Bus Stop Project
Bus Stop is a mobile community development project.Read More
Homes to Buy / Intermediate Rental
The Tai Teg register has been launched in a partnership between the region’s housing associations, local authorities, and the National Park Authority to simplify how people apply for an affordable home.Read More
Support for Tenants
There are several support schemes provided by Grŵp Cynefin, two in particular (one in Denbigh and one in Gwynedd) offer support to individuals to sustain their tenancy.Read More
Grŵp Cynefin is the parent body for Canllaw and Conwy and Denbighshire Care & Repair, another brand also exists within the group, Gorwel.
Part of the “Housing, Employment, Language” project, the centre is…
Gorwel provides a range of support services for older people, people…
Rural Housing Enablers
There is concern in many rural areas about the economic and cultural effects because of the…
Information on Benefits
Are you sure you are receiving the correct amount of benefit to which you are entitled? We've…
Feedback, Compliments and Complaints
We always aim to provide excellent services, but we can’t do this without knowing what you think…
Construction of landmark extra care housing scheme boosts local jobs and training opportunities More than 90 per cent of the investment into a landmark extra care housing scheme is being spent with subcontractors and major suppliers in Wales.
Friday 13 September 2019
Cuckooing is happening in North Wales You may have heard a lot about this in the news lately. Cuckooing is happening in North Wales. For those of you who have never heard of ‘cuckooing, it is a crime where a drug dealer befriends a vulnerable person then takes over their home and uses it as a drug dealing house. Just like a…
Wednesday 28 August 2019
Winning poet awarded Grŵp Cynefin’s crown It was announced from the 2019 Conwy County National Eisteddfod stage that Grŵp Cynefin's crown, will move to a new home, as winning bard, Guto Dafydd of Pwllheli stood to receive the award.
Thursday 8 August 2019