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Look out for the new WHQ

The new issue of WHQ out this week takes repairs and maintenance as its main theme and has damp and mould as its sad but inevitable starting point. The tragic death of two-year-old Awaab Ishak and the inquest verdict in… Read more »

Renting Homes applies from today

The biggest change to housing law in Wales for decades comes into force today (Thursday, December 1) in a move that Welsh Government says will bring greater transparency and consistency to renting a home. Implementation of the Renting Homes (Wales)… Read more »

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 »

Look out for the new WHQ

The cost of living crisis is the main theme of the Autumn issue of WHQ, which will be published this week. Rising prices for everything from food and petrol to gas and electricity mean a bleak winter is looming in… Read more »

New chair for Pobl

Pobl has appointed Julia Cherrett as its chair designate, confirming that current chair, Wendy Bourton OBE, is to stand down after serving six years in post.  Julia is expected to be formally confirmed in the role at the group’s annual general meeting in September.  Wendy’s… Read more »

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