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Social rent cap set at 6.5%

Rents for social housing in Wales will rise by a maximum of 6.5 per cent next year under a settlement announced by climate change minister Julie James today (Wednesday). The settlement follows extensive consultation with housing associations, local authorities and… Read more »

Where next for social rent?

Tamsin Stirling reflects on the issues involved in setting rents that are genuinely affordable for different groups of people. The Bevan Foundation and Shelter Cymru held a seminar earlier this month examining the issue of affordability of social rent and… Read more »

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