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EU-backed scheme cuts fuel bills in South Wales
An EU-backed Welsh Government scheme to help tackle fuel poverty in the poorest areas of Wales is helping to reduce fuel bills and create local jobs.
Housing - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon Bedrooms in Wales
Another First Tier Tribunal bedroom tax appeal decision, this time from Aberystwyth.
Nearly Legal - Posted 29/01/2014

Nearly 18,000 new building jobs for Wales, report says
Nearly 18,000 new construction jobs are expected to be created in Wales over the next five years, researchers say.
BBC - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon 18,000 construction jobs to be created in Wales
CITB Wales is predicting 18,000 construction jobs will be created in Wales in the next five years.
Wales Online - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon Unspent millions in former Social Fund budget prompts call for 'bedroom tax' help
Communities and Tackling Poverty Minister Jeff Cuthbert confirmed Discretionary Assistance Fund hasn't spent more than half its budget.
Wales Online - Posted 29/01/2014

Minister praises Pontypool fuel poverty scheme
An EU-backed Welsh Government scheme to help tackle fuel poverty in the poorest areas of Wales is helping to reduce fuel bills and create local jobs, according to the Welsh Government Finance Minister who visited Torfaen today.
South Wales Argus - Posted 29/01/2014

Sixty Icon 164 tenants wrongly charged bedroom tax - Duncan Forbes
I was stunned to find out today that 164 of our 1,356 tenants affected by the bedroom tax are due a refund because of a major error by the Department for Work and Pensions when they drafted the regulations.
Bron Afon Community Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon “EU-backed Arbed scheme is cutting fuel bills and creating local jobs” – Jane Hutt
An EU-backed Welsh Government scheme to help tackle fuel poverty in the poorest areas of Wales is helping to reduce fuel bills and create local jobs, Finance Minister Jane Hutt said today.
Welsh Government - Posted 28/01/2014

Minister backs campaign warning against loan sharks
Communities and Tackling Poverty Minister Jeff Cuthbert is backing a new campaign warning people of the dangers of using loan sharks.
Welsh Government - Posted 28/01/2014

Coalition campaign puts spotlight on community predators
A campaign to highlight financial predators lurking in communities throughout Wales who target the vulnerable is being launched in the Senedd today.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Landlord has 400 homes damaged by storm
A social landlord saw more than 400 homes damaged as storms battered north Wales.
Inside Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Campaign against loan sharks launched
Community Housing Cymru (CHC) and the Wales Illegal Moneylending Unit (WIMLU) have teamed up for their “Don’t Get Bitten” campaign to combat the problem of illegal money lenders.
Wales Online - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rogue landlord measures 'ineffective' and Welsh Government's Housing Bill costings 'woefully underestimated' landlords' body claims
Residential Landlords Association warns Housing Bill measures would create a 'bureaucratic machine' for private landlords.
Wales Online - Posted 28/01/2014

Carl Sargeant congratulates home buyers taking advantage of the Help to Buy - Wales shared equity loan scheme in Wrexham
Housing Minister, Carl Sargeant visited a housing development in Wrexham to congratulate the first home buyers taking advantage of the Help to Buy - Wales shared equity loan scheme.
Housing - Posted 28/01/2014

Sixty Icon People in Wales could find it harder to rent under UK Govt rules
Government rules on the payment of housing benefit will make it harder for people to rent a home in Wales because they will discourage landlords from letting properties to claimants, the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has said.
Housing - Posted 27/01/2014

Sixty Icon Denbighshire council set to approve £8.5m budget cuts
Another council in Wales is expected to approve millions of pounds in cuts to try to balance its books.
BBC - Posted 27/01/2014

Benefits Street: TV producers target Wales in hunt for the next hit reality show
There are fears Wales will be stigmatised by new shows trying to capitalise on Channel 4's hit Benefits Street.
Wales Online - Posted 27/01/2014

Sixty Icon Majority of Welsh households 'plan spending cuts in 2014'
A study has found that the squeeze on household incomes will see families looking to cut spending on food, energy bills and nights out with friends.
Wales Online - Posted 27/01/2014

Carl Sargeant reiterates Welsh Government's commitment to reducing carbon emissions at ‘Nearer to Zero' conference
Carl Sargeant, the Minister for Housing, Regeneration and Planning has reiterated the Welsh Government’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions, while also highlighting the need for an approach which facilitates growth in the housing sector.
Housing - Posted 25/01/2014

Minister committed to reducing emissions in Wales
Carl Sargeant, the Minister for Housing, Regeneration and Planning today re-iterated the Welsh Government’s commitment to reducing emissions in Wales, whilst also highlighting the need for an approach which facilitates growth in the housing sector.
Welsh Government - Posted 24/01/2014

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