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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

Whiteheads and Parc Eirin housing developments will create 2300 jobs in South Wales
Funding has been announced to kick start the development of two housing projects in South Wales which will provide around 2,300 jobs and deliver an economic boost of around £225 million.
Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Good governance: making it personal - Carl Sargeant
Governance, and in particular good governance, is a key theme at TAI 2014. Ahead of his address to the sector in Wales Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Housing and Regeneration, sets out the case for including the personal touch.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Welsh Government announces £8m funding for new homes
The Welsh Government has announced funding to kick start the development of up to 330 affordable homes in South Wales.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon TAI: Wales would be 'a victim of Scottish independence'
Wales would be ‘a victim of Scottish independence’, Keith Edwards, director of CIH Wales said today at the TAI conference.
Inside Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Video: A tweetathon from our sheltered housing staff and tenants
Find out what our tenants in our sheltered housing schemes have been doing by reading tweets of our adventures.
Newydd Housing Association - Posted 25/03/2014

'Affordable' housing project set to boost Welsh economy
Two major housing projects planned for South Wales have been predicted to create 2,300 jobs and bring a £225 million economic boost to the region.
24 Housing - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon 650 new homes earmarked for Newport and Tonyrefail
Plans to build more than 650 new homes in south Wales have been unveiled.
BBC - Posted 25/03/2014

Inequality gap between Wales and London 'grossly unbalanced'
The difference between people on high wages and those on low ones has soared in the last 13 years, according to the Wales Trades Union Congress (TUC).
BBC - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Long-term jobless scheme offers 5,000 training places
A new programme aims to give training and job opportunities for people from Welsh homes where no-one works.
BBC - Posted 25/03/2014

Sixty Icon Labour accused of 'hypocrisy' over zero hour ban
The Labour Party has been accused of ‘hypocrisy’ after siding with the Conservatives over blocking a move to ba zero honur contracts for care workers in Wales.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/03/2014

Committee makes 40 recommendations for Housing Bill
A Welsh committee has agreed the general principles of the Housing (Wales) Bill and has made 40 recommendations to improve it.
Inside Housing - Posted 24/03/2014

Sixty Icon Wage inequality between Wales and London rises by 9.8%
Figures show the pay gap between the top 10% of earners in London and the bottom 10% in Wales has risen by 9.8%.
Wales Online - Posted 24/03/2014

Assembly Committee agrees general principles of Housing (Wales) Bill
A National Assembly Committee has agreed with the general principles of the Housing (Wales) Bill but makes 40 recommendations to the Welsh Government aimed at improving the effectiveness of the legislation.
National Assembly for Wales - Posted 24/03/2014

Sixty Icon Jeff Jones: Why the the council tax regime needs reforming
Jeff Jones explores the unfairness of a council tax system which sees many in Wales paying more than those in the most prosperous areas of England.
Wales Online - Posted 24/03/2014

Sixty Icon Committee agrees principles of housing bill
A Welsh National Assembly committee has agreed with the general principles of the Housing (Wales) Bill - but has made 40 recommendations to the Welsh Government aimed at improving the effectiveness of the legislation.
24 Housing - Posted 22/03/2014

Sixty Icon Council announces plans to build 1,500 new homes
Cardiff council plans to build 1,500 homes across the city in an investment of up to £33 million.
Inside Housing - Posted 21/03/2014

Sixty Icon CHC responds to Welsh Government housing figures
Speaking in response to figures released by the Welsh Government which show a 16 per cent decrease in affordable homes being built from 2012 to 2013, Nick Bennett, Chief Executive of CHC said: “Our sector is continuing to exceed targets - and is also contributing to renovations, refurbishments and bringing empty homes back into use.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 21/03/2014

Minister visits Newport's ex-prefab estate
A Newport resident welcomed the housing and regeneration minister Carl Sargeant AM into her home yesterday to discuss the importance of older people’s housing.
South Wales Argus - Posted 21/03/2014

Osborne's Budget shake-up could lead to pensions losers' andmarket 'failure', warns leading think tank
The UK Government’s shake-up of the pensions system may lead to “market failure,” one of Britain’s most respected economic think-tanks warned yesterday.
Wales Online - Posted 21/03/2014

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