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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

Sixty Icon Couple win appeal against 'bedroom tax'
A disabled man and his wife are among the first in Wales to win an appeal against the controversial ‘bed-room tax’ after an Aberystwyth tribunal accepted that they needed separate bedrooms.
Cambrian News - Posted 12/02/2014

Sixty Icon Council to suspend right to buy
Swansea City Council has proposed suspending the right to buy policy in an attempt to tackle an affordable housing shortage.
24 Housing - Posted 12/02/2014

Housing and regeneration minister opens consultation on Mobile Homes (Wales) Act 2013
Housing and Regeneration Minister Carl Sargeant is urging people who will be affected by regulations being made under the Mobile Homes (Wales) Act 2013 to study the proposals and to get in touch with any comments.
Housing - Posted 12/02/2014

Carl Sargeant renews call for ‘bedroom tax' exemptions and announces further £1.3 million for DHPs
Housing minister, Carl Sargeant has renewed his call for certain tenants to be exempted from housing benefit changes and has provided a further £1.3 million so that local authorities can provide more help to tenants affected by the reforms.
Housing - Posted 12/02/2014

Turning empty houses into homes
Through working in partnership Denbighshire County Council and Cymdeithas Tai Clwyd have helped a local resident urgently in need of re-housing to become the proud new tenant in her new home after a long term empty property in the centre of historic Denbigh was transformed through the Empty Homes Project.
- Posted 12/02/2014

#LoveEmptyHomes – a call to action for the housing sector
Empty Homes Wales is a project set up by United Welsh to help owners of Empty Homes to find bespoke solutions to bring their properties back into use.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 12/02/2014

Welsh NHS to get an extra £50m to deal with ongoing financial pressures
Opposition parties labelled the announcement by Finance Minister Jane Hutt as a 'bailout'.
Wales Online - Posted 12/02/2014

Sixty Icon Poor quality housing and not high prices is driving fuel poverty in Britain, according to Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Roger Williams
Anglesey Labour MP Albert Owen calls for shale gas revenues to be used to connect communities to gas grid.
Wales Online - Posted 12/02/2014

New plans to develop Swans' former Vetch Field home
New plans have been put forward to revamp the site of Swansea City FC's former Vetch Field home.
BBC - Posted 12/02/2014

Empty homes wales encourages owner of abandoned houses to #LoveEmptyHomes
This Valentine’s Day Empty Homes Wales wants to remind owners of empty homes that their old, abandoned properties need love too.
HousingNet - Posted 12/02/2014

Sixty Icon Learning to make the most of Empty Homes
In the lead up to #LoveEmptyHomes and what I hope will be a very successful Valentine’s Day, (I am sending over 300 cards, it had better be!) I asked Nick Evans, Architecture Leader from Cardiff Metropolitan University to tell us why the partnership between Empty Homes Wales and the University was so important.
emptyhomeswales - Posted 11/02/2014

Sixty Icon Jane Hutt announces £55m for health and housing
Protecting the Welsh NHS, creating jobs and boosting economic growth are at the heart of a new package of investment announced today by Finance Minister, Jane Hutt.
Welsh Government - Posted 11/02/2014

Finance Minister Jane Hutt announces additional £5 million for Social Housing Grant
Finance Minister Jane Hutt has announced an additional £5 million for housing as part of a package of investment with protecting the Welsh NHS, creating jobs and boosting economic growth at its heart.
Housing - Posted 11/02/2014

Sixty Icon Film-makers get close to Swansea's rough sleepers
A third series of Swansea: Return to the Streets, shows empathy with the homeless people sleeping on the Welsh city's streets.
The Guardian - Posted 11/02/2014

Sixty Icon Wales weather: Snow and flooding cause problems as country braces itself for more rain and gales
With snow, rain, ice and wind, the weather is yet again throwing up another day of disruption across Wales and the rest of the UK as more bad weather is being forecast.
Wales Online - Posted 11/02/2014

Plaid Cymru and the Green Party join forces to 'pray' for an end to the so-called bedroom tax
Last ditch attempt to overturn cuts in housing benefit follows warning £40m could be wasted if policy continues.
Wales Online - Posted 11/02/2014

Minister Consults on Mobile Home Regulations
Housing and Regeneration Minister, Carl Sargeant has urged everyone affected by regulations being made under the Mobile Homes (Wales) Act 2013 to study the proposals and to get in touch with any comments.
Welsh Government - Posted 11/02/2014

New housing scheme boosts single bed living for North Wales Hosuing
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.
24 Housing - Posted 11/02/2014

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