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Brand new features for WHQ website

We’re launching some fantastic new features for the Welsh Housing Quarterly website and wanted to let you know about the changes.  Our new features help subscribers get even more out of their subscription – missing out?  You can subscribe today

WHQ website

As of today you’ll need to log in to be able to read our quarterly magazine content online.  We post each issue as a downloadable PDF file and the individual articles as well.  You’ll need to be logged in to read most of the articles (a few are free) and to download the magazine PDF.

What this has allowed us to do is open up the Welsh Housing Quarterly website for comments.  We’re really keen to grow a positive community of commenters who can debate the big housing issues as they happen.  As a logged-in subscriber you’ll be able to view and leave comments on any news article, blog post or piece of magazine content.  We’ve produced a code of conduct for commenters, please ensure you observe them to keep the community positive!

To help us grow that pool of potential commenters we’re also delighted to announce that CIH Cymru have included online access to WHQ as a new benefit for their members in Wales.  If you’re a CIH Cymru member and you’re yet to receive your login information, make sure to get in touch with them.

Likewise, if you receive Welsh Housing Quarterly magazine as part of an organisation subscription, we may not have had information available to set you up as an online subscriber.  Get your contact (usually the person who receives the bulk order of magazines in your organisation) to get in touch with us, we’ll be able to add you so that you can start reading and contributing to the community straight away.

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