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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 »

Funding boost for modular homes

Welsh Government has announced an extra £30m of investment in housing schemes, including £10m for modular factories. The funding is part of a £130m package that also includes £53m to support businesses ahead of Brexit, £20m for school and college… Read more »

New issue of WHQ out now

The Autumn issue of WHQ focuses on two of the current hot topics for housing in Wales: the foundational economy and decarbonisation. Our lead feature looks at the foundational economy and ways of thinking differently about how we judge what… Read more »

From Syria to Ceredigion

Matt Miller celebrates a Welsh welcome for refugees. Last week I was gazing over a shimmering blue sea, rolling green hills behind me. All around me, families were picnicking on the grass, sharing food with other families that that had… Read more »

Look out for the new WHQ

Out now in print and online, the Summer issue of WHQ features the independent reviews of affordable housing and decarbonisation, links between housing, health and social care, reform of private renting and much more besides. After a flurry of policy… Read more »

Play your part in the Homeless World Cup

With four days to go before the Homeless World Cup kicks off in Cardiff, Welsh homelessness charity Cymorth Cymru has launched a campaign which calls on people and organisations to play their part in ending homelessness. Backed by Welsh actor… Read more »

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