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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 »

Refugees welcome

Lyndon Puddy reflects on Torfaen’s experience of the Syrian Resettlement Programme. Torfaen council and the people of the Eastern Valley have a long and proud tradition of welcoming and supporting refugees and other vulnerable people in times of need. When the… Read more »

Election 2016 results

Labour won 29 seats an election that leaves it just short of a majority in the new Assembly. The story of the night was Leanne Wood’s victory in the Rhondda. The Plaid Cymru leader beat Labour’s Leighton Andrews in the only constituency… Read more »

What to do about poverty?

Housing is part of the sickness and part of the remedy, says Tamsin Stirling ahead of a plenary session on housing and tackling poverty on the final day of TAI. Working in housing, it is impossible to be insulated from debates… Read more »

TAI 2016 Day Two

WHQ’s coverage of the second day of TAI will be updated through the day on this live blog. Welsh infrastructure Kellie Beirne set out the ambitions for the Cardiff Capital Region, starting with ways to link physical and knowledge infrastructure. It’s not… Read more »

TAI 2016 Day One

Welcome to WHQ’s coverage of what’s happening on the first day of TAI. Check for more updates through the day. Health and housing How the two should work together is one of the hottest topics around at the moment. So it… Read more »

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Brand new features for WHQ website

We’re launching some fantastic new features for the Welsh Housing Quarterly website and wanted to let you know about the changes.  Our new features help subscribers get even more out of their subscription – missing out?  You can subscribe today… Read more »

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