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Archive for: November, 2015

Renting Homes Bill voted through

Legislation to improve the lives of the one million people in Wales who rent their home has passed in the Senedd.  The Renting Homes (Wales) Bill will make it simpler and easier to rent a home, replacing various and complex… Read more »

Housing associations boost Welsh economy

Welsh housing associations are continuing to boost the economy and directly contributed more than £1bn in 2014/15, according to independent research. The findings are part of the latest Welsh Economy Research Unit (WERU) report, commissioned by Community Housing Cymru (CHC),… Read more »

Here’s to the next 25 years

Judy Wayne reports on the celebratory event in Cardiff marking WHQ’s quarter century. Wednesday 11th November saw more than 50 people gather to celebrate the 100th edition of Welsh Housing Quarterly. It doesn’t seem that long since there was a party… Read more »

The role of private renting in Wales

The growth of the private rented sector is the largest structural change in the Welsh housing market for at least two generations, according to a report for Welsh Government. The report by the Public Policy Institute for Wales and London… Read more »

Joining the healthy conversation

A community in Rhondda Cynon Taf has come together to have a ‘healthy conversation’ about lifestyle choices, diet and exercise. As part of the Gwalia Healthy Conversations programme, a Health Action Day was held in Rhydyfelin to promote the importance… Read more »

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