What action will we be taking in Brynglas?

Having considered all of the available information, at this time we will not be taking any immediate action on any homes in Brynglas.

This means that the option we are taking forward is option one. Our ongoing repairs and maintenance programme will continue as normal, and we have written to all affected residents to inform them of this outcome.

We may review this decision again in the future.

Our commitment to sustainability means we may also carry out further investment work in the future to improve the energy efficiency of these homes to reduce our carbon footprint and reduce energy bills for our customers. If we do, we will write to all affected residents.  

If you are an NCH tenant, we will continue to carry out required repairs and health and safety checks as a responsible landlord.

If you are a leaseholder, we will continue to look after the external envelope of the building.

We truly appreciate the feedback received by the community during our work. If you have any further queries or you would like to speak to us directly, then please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Who can I talk to about this?

We understand that residents may have further questions about our work in Shaftesbury. There are several ways that you can get in touch with us.

Wesley Ford, Community Services Officer

[email protected]

01633 227614

E-mail our project team at [email protected]



What properties are affected by this work?

  • Brynglas Drive – 67 – 81 (Odds)
  • Brynglas Court – 1 – 24 (All) and 26 – 32 (Evens)



Previous updates

Shaftesbury – Brynglas – June 2021

Brynglas engagement session - 21 June 2021, 7pm

Letter to residents stating outcome of work (September 2021)




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