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New issue of WHQ out now

The cost of living crisis and the impacts of the pandemic are the twin themes of the Spring 2022 issue of WHQ. The magazine is available as a PDF and as an online edition for subscribers, who also have full… Read more »

New Programme for Government launched

First minister Mark Drakeford promises ‘a stronger, greener and fairer Wales’ in a new Programme for Government launched today. Climate change and the environment will be at the heart of the new government and the statement highlights the creation of… Read more »

Learning the right lessons

Matt Dicks previews this week’s TAI 2021 conference. It’s been a profoundly challenging year for us all. But housing professionals in Wales have done a standout job in meeting the challenges of a global pandemic head on, working tirelessly to… Read more »

Ending the housing emergency

Rob Simkins looks ahead to Shelter Cymru’s People and Homes Conference 2021. We are delighted to announce our flagship annual conference, People and Homes 2021, where we’re bringing you all the big names, big issues and best practice. On Wednesday… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

Featuring a technology special, housing in the Senedd election, the future of Wales as a ‘forest nation’ and much, much more, the Spring issue of WHQ is out now online and will be with subscribers in the next few days…. Read more »

CIH sets put new professional standards

The Chartered Institute of Housing has introduced set of professional standards setting out the knowledge, skills and behaviour which underpin the great work that housing professionals do every day. With more than 100 years’ experience in learning and knowledge, CIH… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

The new issue of WHQ is out now online and in print. As well as the latest on housing and the pandemic, look out for a special focus on the private rented sector, the Senedd election and the future of… Read more »

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