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Look out for the new WHQ

Out soon in print and online, the new issue of WHQ focuses on some serious subjects in turbulent times. In addition to the continuing impact of Covid-19 on everyone connected with housing, we look in depth at work to tackle… Read more »

Gwynne Jones retires from Cartrefi Conwy

After starting his career as a temporary rent collector in the 1980s, Gwynne Jones has retired as managing director of Cartrefi Conwy hailed as ‘a legend of the social housing sector in Wales’. Mr Jones joined Cartrefi Conwy after it… Read more »

Landlords urged to sign race equality pledges

Tai Pawb is challenging housing providers to adopt a series of race equality pledges to help address systemic racism and inequality. Launching its ‘Deeds Not (Just) Words’ pledge, the housing charity says that long-standing issues affecting Black, Asian and minority… Read more »

Coronavirus repayment holiday for Help to Buyers

Welsh Government is introducing a temporary three-month interest repayment holiday for interest bearing Help to Buy Wales customers who may suffer financial hardship as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak. The announcement by housing minister Julie James means customers who… Read more »

The burden of debt

Claire Pearce-Crawford reflects on debt and a month of advice work. It’s February 2020. It’s cold and snow is on the way. As I sit in my warm, cosy home, I pause, to give thought to how lucky, I really… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

The Winter issue of WHQ is out now. The print magazine will reach readers and articles will go the website in the next few days. Our focus this time is on housing and older people, a subject of vital importance… Read more »

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