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Sixty Icon Council tax scrapped for young care leavers in Carmarthenshire
Young people who leave care in Carmarthenshire will not have to pay council tax until they are 25 under a new plan.
BBC - Posted 05/03/2018

Sixty Icon Tackling Poverty - Mike Hedges AM
Why are the many poor and what can be done to change that?
Welsh Fabians - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh government splashes out £70m on new homeownership schemes
The Welsh Government will spend £70m on the two projects before 2021. Rent-to-Own Wales will allow buyers to rent new-build homes from housing associations, allowing them to purchase it during the second year of the rental period.
Show House - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Anglesey and Conwy approve council tax increases
Both Conwy and Anglesey have approved above-inflation increases in council tax from April.
BBC - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon People living near the new Barry incinerator are complaining of breathing difficulties
Natural Resources Wales said it is investigating the complaints, which relate to woodchip dust.
Wales Online - Posted 02/03/2018

Sixty Icon Balancing the interests of different stakeholders
As Community Housing Cymru prepares to consult on its new code of governance, Stuart Ropke asks how housing associations measure value.
Inside Housing - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Councils will not be forced to work together, says Davies
Welsh ministers are scrapping a key element of their council reforms, the local government secretary has said.
BBC - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Theresa May denies Brexit bill attacks Welsh constitution
Theresa May has rejected a claim that her Brexit plans "drive a sledgehammer" through the Welsh constitution.
BBC - Posted 01/03/2018

Sixty Icon Universal Credit starts in Cardiff today - this is what it means for you
From Wednesday, benefit claimants in Cardiff will start receiving Universal Credit. The controversial new system replaces six benefits with one monthly payment and is already being claimed in Cardiff by over 2,300 single jobseekers.
Wales Online - Posted 28/02/2018

A new political party recruiting in Wales is aiming to stop Brexit
Renew backs a second referendum and wants to field 650 candidates.
Wales Online - Posted 28/02/2018

New schemes to help Welsh homebuyers launched
Two schemes designed to help more people buy homes in Wales will be launched by the Welsh Government on Wednesday.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Cardiff and Wrexham homeless action due to cold weather
Rough sleepers should not spend another night in freezing temperatures, a senior Cardiff councillor has said.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Ystalyfera landslip: Family 'in limbo' over home return
A woman who was told to leave her home following a landslip last year has said her family is still "stuck in limbo" six months on.
BBC - Posted 28/02/2018

Boost for home ownership in Wales
Two new initiatives to help more people to buy their own homes will be launched by housing and regeneration minister, Rebecca Evans AM, today (28 Feb).
24 Housing - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Welsh Government launches first affordable ownership programmes
Ministers in Wales will today launch Rent to Own and Shared Ownership programmes with £70m of new grant investment.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/02/2018

Sixty Icon Council calls on homeless people to seek help as freezing temperatures take hold
A ‘rough sleeper count’ in Carmarthenshire identified just one person, but anyone who walks around the county's towns can see that this is not a true reflection.
Wales Online - Posted 27/02/2018

'Councils have a hugely important role to play to meet our social housing challenge'
Wales needs to return to a rate of development not seen in decades to meet its ambitious social housing target – so helping ambitious local authorities build more homes makes complete sense, says CIH Cymru policy and public affairs manager Matt Kennedy.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Adapting housing for independent living
New report shows importance of adapting housing to meet the needs of elderly and disabled people.
24 Housing - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Housing Adaptations
User satisfaction with housing adaptations masks a hugely complicated, reactive and inequitable system that is not delivering for all those who may need it, and public bodies are not taking opportunities to improve value for money.
National Assembly for Wales - Posted 27/02/2018

Sixty Icon Support for banning tenant fees
Welsh government’s consultation shows the majority of respondents want to drop fee charges for PRS tenants.
24 Housing - Posted 27/02/2018

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