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Look out for the new WHQ

The Spring issue of WHQ is out now. The print magazine is on its way to subscribers and articles will be going online in the next few days. Supply is the key theme of this issue and a series of… Read more »

A quick look at the new WHQ

The Winter issue of WHQ will be with readers and online soon. Here’s a sneak preview. Our cover feature looks at implementation of two of the major provisions of the first Welsh Housing Act. Two months after the deadline for… Read more »

New director for CIH Cymru

The new director of the Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru will be Matt Dicks. He joins CIH with a breadth of knowledge of the Welsh policy landscape after 17 years working as a senior communicator at the heart of Welsh… Read more »

Welsh Housing Awards 2016

People and projects across Wales are celebrating their triumphs in this year’s annual Welsh Housing Awards. More than 400 housing professionals gathered in Cardiff on Friday evening at the event where the winners were revealed and to celebrate best practice… Read more »

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… Read more »

Carl Sargeant AM

Carl Sargeant back as housing minister

Carl Sargeant returns to the housing brief in the new Welsh Government as cabinet secretary for communities and children. The team for the new Welsh Government was announced by Carwyn Jones on Thursday afternoon after he was sworn in as… Read more »

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