Caredig Housing Association

Principality and Caredig team at the site of the new build

We are pleased to have completed a new deal for Caredig (formerly known as Family Housing), a Swansea based Housing Association worth £26m, which will help them to deliver their ambition of building 700 new affordable homes in South Wales by 2030. 

Caredig manages over 2,897 high quality affordable homes, providing a range of services, with a core focus on social housing.  A socially-focused organisation, Caredig has a clear mission, “to create strong, vibrant and resilient communities, where people can live active, fulfilling, lives - living independently and safely”.

We look forward to seeing Caredig’s progress and continuing to support them in the future.

“We know the Principality shares our passion and values to support the provision of affordable homes in Wales. We are delighted to continue, and further strengthen, our relationship with Wales’ largest building society.”

Marcia Sinfield, Chief Executive of Caredig

“We’re delighted to be supporting Caredig on this venture. As a business we are striving to create better homes for those in our communities, giving families a place where they can thrive, so it’s great that we are able to provide these funds to Caredig who share our values.”

Principality’s Jan Quarrington, Senior Portfolio Manager Affordable Housing 

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