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Look out for the new WHQ

Health and housing, Brexit and reclassification of housing associations all feature in the Autumn issue of Welsh Housing Quarterly – plus much more besides.

Published this week, the cover feature on health and housing is introduced by NHS Wales chief executive Andrew Goodall and features examples of collaborative working across Wales.

The issue also reflects the upheaval of the last three months. Things we may have taken for granted in June have changed completely by October.

Victoria Winckler and Duncan Forbes analyse the potential impact of leaving the EU on Wales and set out a post-Brexit agenda. Meanwhile Clarissa Corbisiero-Peters and Helen Collins look at what needs to happen in the wake of the ONS decision to reclassify housing associations as public sector.

With the LHA cap looming, Anna Clarke reports on the findings of new research into shared housing and what social landlords should be doing.

Looking to the future, David Clapham asks what the role of housing agencies should be in tackling poverty while Paul Diggory looks at the potential of social enterprises in the transformation of public services in Wales.

We also have updates on regeneration in the Vale of Glamorgan from Lis Burnett and on the project to use Welsh timber in Welsh homes from Rachel Moxey and Gary Newman.

We hope all that plus all our regular features add up to an unmissable issue. Many thanks to Melin Homes for its kind sponsorship.

If you already subscribe, look out for the new WHQ in print and online later this week. If you don’t but that sneak preview interests you, find out more details about subscribing here.

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