We are pleased to announce that following the government’s guidance on moving home during the coronavirus pandemic, our branches in England have now re-opened for pre-booked appointments, and our branches in Scotland in Wales will start re-opening their doors over the coming days. Health and safety remains our main priority, and in line with government’s advice, a number of strict measures have been put in place to protect our staff and customers. Visit our branch page to find contact details for your local office.

Merthyr says NO to drugs

Merthyr says NO to drugs

In an ongoing fight nationally against the drug culture in the UK Merthyr has taken a very aggressive stance by prevented cannabis from reaching the street of Merthyr and will never make it into the hands of the sons, daughters, mothers and fathers of our society.  Beside the £ 250,000 street value attributed to the seizure of a derelict building in the town centre, it will save our communities hundreds of thousands of pounds in costs related to law enforcement, ambulance services, medical care, mental health programs, family breakdown, crime’s committed to pay for the habit etc.


The reality is, even if we are not touched directly by drug abuse, it will have a huge impact on the whole of the community, socially and financially.  This is just the news our community needs to improve the imagine of Merthyr and as a home provider we want to support the fact that our local law enforcement officers are trying to stamp it out and that we will be putting procedures in place to ensure vigilance from our staff who are on the road to keep an eye out for the indicators as we want to be paramount in helping to create a safe environment for our customers.


We are very grateful as local letting agent in Merthyr Tydfil and will be contacting the Police Station to thank them personally from us and the community. We will offer anyone at the Police Station looking at renting a property to reduce our fees as a thank you for their efforts.