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Sixty Icon CHC and WLGA launch joint report aimed at tackling Wales' growing homeless population
Community Housing Cymru and the Welsh Local Government Association have joined forces to launch a joint research report aimed at tackling Wales’ growing homeless population.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon No-one at home? Then home-owners should be charged the longer they leave them empty, says Plaid
Plaid AM Jocelyn Davies is calling for significantly beefed-up powers in Housing Bill to hit owners of empty homes with rising charges.
Wales Online - Posted 27/03/2014

New homes being built to help 'victims of bedroom tax'
Development will feature small homes for tenants struggling with tax.
Wales Online - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon Rise in Gypsy and traveller caravans and sites
The number of Gypsy and traveller caravans in 21 of Wales' 22 local authorities has increased by 19%, with the number of sites also on the rise.
BBC - Posted 27/03/2014

Welsh Government will not meet commission deadline, says councillor
A councillor said yesterday that the Welsh Government will definitely not meet their deadline for consensus on the merging of local authorities.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon Threat to tenant groups' funding
The two main Welsh tenant organisations are facing an uncertain future as ministers consider proposals to axe their grant funding.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Seeing the wood for the trees
Rising stars Cymru finalist: Kelsey Watkins, communications and tenant engagement officer at Caerphilly County Borough Council reflects on what she learnt at the Timber! Grow your own homes workshop she attended during the CIH Cymru TAI 2014 conference.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Good governance - it's time to get serious
Rising stars Cymru finalist: Lisa Evans, Corporate Governance Officer at NPT Homes reflects on what she learnt at the good governance - it’s time to get serious workshop she attended during the CIH Cymru conference TAI 2014.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Getting housing on the rural agenda
Rising stars Cymru finalist: Catrin Lewis, tenant and resident involvement support officer at Monmouthshire Housing Association, reflects on what she learnt at the getting housing on the rural agenda workshop she attended during the CIH Cymru TAI 2014 conference.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon Households accepted as homeless drop by 11% in Wales
The number of households accepted as homeless in Wales has fallen by 11 per cent year-on-year, despite a rise in the number of applications.
Inside Housing - Posted 27/03/2014

Sixty Icon Video: The year ahead for housing in Wales
Linda Whittaker, Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru vice president, spoke to Inside Housing’s Daniel Douglas at Cardiff City Hall today about the TAI conference and the year ahead for housing in Wales.
Inside Housing - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh housing sector more than pays its way in jobs and training, says report
Thousands of jobs and training opportunities have been created in Wales thanks to housing investment but such a boon has remained largely “below the economic radar”, according to a major new report.
Housing - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon End of an era for Coastal Housing's Chief Executive
After more than 16 years at the helm of one of Swansea's largest Housing Associations Coastal Housing Group's Chief Executive Tim Blanch is retiring.
Coastal Housing Group - Posted 26/03/2014

Funding provided to kick-start two major residential schemes in Wales which promise to create 2,300 new jobs
The Welsh Government has provided funding for two residential schemes which could inject £225m into the economy.
Wales Online - Posted 26/03/2014

New housing developments planned for Tonyrefail and Newport
Welsh Government says projects will bring hundreds of jobs to region.
Wales Online - Posted 26/03/2014

Fuel prices drive inflation rate down to new four-year low
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rate fell to 1.7% in February as it continued to undershoot the Bank of England's target of 2%.
Wales Online - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon Let's make 2014 the year Wales' building sector takes off
Emma Watkins writes that the Welsh Government has an opportunity to reinvigorate Wales' infrastructure and housing construction.
Wales Online - Posted 26/03/2014

Sixty Icon A front Wroe seat
Every year we try and find different perspectives on TAI to bring, but one man consistently finds a perspective more different than most. We bring you the conference musings of @jmwroe.
Storify - Posted 26/03/2014

CBI Wales: Use new taxes to develop construction industry
New tax-raising powers for Wales should be used to develop the construction industry and infrastructure, the business lobby group CBI Wales says.
BBC - Posted 26/03/2014

Don't accept the world as it is
"Don't accept the world as it is. Dream about what the world could be - then help make it happen." - Paul Diggory, CIH Cymru board member, weaves his way around Sochi, civil rights and smashed teeth to tell us why he's excited to hear from Peter Tatchell at TAI 2014.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 26/03/2014

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