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£800,000 town hall revamp brings new jobs to Aberdare
An £800,000 regeneration project to bring a valleys community's town hall back into use has created new jobs and homes in the town centre.
BBC - Posted 17/02/2014

£10m boost for key sites around Port Talbot
Plans to improve key sites around Port Talbot have been boosted by nearly £10m in funding.
BBC - Posted 16/02/2014

Video: #LoveEmptyHomes Steve Reed
As part of #LoveEmptyHomes, Cardiff County Council's Steve Reed talks about the problems empty homes cause and what his organisation is doing to combat them
United Welsh Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 15/02/2014

Video: #LoveEmptyHomes - Pete Seaborne interview
As part of #LoveEmptyHomes, United Welsh Project Manager Pete Seaborne talks about the challenges of transforming four empty shops into our Cardiff Office.
United Welsh Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 15/02/2014

Valentines cards for 300 empty home owners
The owners of 300 empty homes in Wales have received Valentines Day cards encouraging them to ‘fall back in love’ with the property.
Inside Housing - Posted 15/02/2014

Video: #LoveEmptyHomes - Richard Mann interview
Richard Mann, Director of Development at United Welsh, talks about #LoveEmptyHomes and explains why it's so important to tackle empty homes across Wales.
United Welsh Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh housing policy moving in right direction
Peter Black says the Welsh Government’s emphasis on preventing homelessness rather than managing it is long overdue.
Click on Wales - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh spend on home improvements for disabled falls
Expenditure on grants to help disabled people improve their homes has fallen by nearly 20 per cent in six years Welsh local authorities, figures have revealed.
Inside Housing - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Social housing is a key public service in Wales
Cardiff's Ocean Way provides an unlikely backdrop for a discourse on Keynesian economics.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 14/02/2014

From Wales with love
Since moving to Wales a few years ago I’ve been lucky enough to work alongside Keith Edwards, the Director of CIH Cymru, and have long been in awe of his deep and abiding love for Wales and its people.
emptyhomeswales - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh ministers must not have welfare reform 'blind spot', warns Crabb
Welsh ministers have been warned they must not have a "blindspot" on welfare reform by a UK government minister.
BBC - Posted 14/02/2014

Sixty Icon Stamp duty: Wales watching Scotland reforms as Welsh Government mulls over scrapping 'slab' system when devolved
The Welsh Government could move to reform stamp duty by scrapping of the 'slab' structure which sees home buyers move immediately up the cost scale if they move beyond a certain price, the Finance Minister has indicated.
Wales Online - Posted 14/02/2014

Aberystwyth flats evacuated after high winds
People in a 43-flat complex overlooking the harbour have been moved from their homes over safety fears after gales battered Aberystwyth.
BBC - Posted 14/02/2014

Empty home owners urged to love their property on Valentine's Day
This Valentine’s Day owners of empty homes in Wales are being reminded that their old, abandoned properties need love too.
24 Housing - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Minister calls for better ASB response after 20,000 complaints
The Welsh housing minister has called on social landlords ‘to be more robust’ in challenging anti-social behaviour after the sector recorded more than 20,000 complaints in a year.
Inside Housing - Posted 13/02/2014

New housing scheme boosts single bed living for NWH
A growing need for single bedroom living accommodation, exacerbated further by the introduction of the so-called 'Bedroom Tax' last year, has helped spur on the development of a new nine-home scheme in Llandudno.
North Wales Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon Clear up begins after 100 mph storms hit north and west Wales
Work is beginning to clear up debris, fallen trees and other damage caused by 100 mph winds that battered Wales' coastline.
BBC - Posted 13/02/2014

Sixty Icon 'Social housing is a key public service in Wales'
Robert Llewellyn Jones profiles Nick Bennett, chief executive of Community Housing Cymru.
Wales Online - Posted 13/02/2014

Ceredigion meals on wheels price rise criticism
A charity supporting elderly people in Ceredigion has criticised the council cabinet for backing a 42% increase in meals on wheels charges.
BBC - Posted 13/02/2014

Vegetables replace players at old Swansea City stadium
It was once the field of dreams - often cruelly shattered - for Swansea City supporters.
24 Housing - Posted 13/02/2014

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