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Persimmon appoints three executives to lead growth in housebuilding and recruitment
The three will lead the company forward with plans to build 1,000 new homes in South Wales.
Wales Online - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon Mid Wales council at centre of estate agent shake-up
It was news that appears to have passed most of us by. From next month, Powys County Council will take over the Office of Fair Trading's role regulating estate agents.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2014

Video: Deadline day for Welsh councils to set budgets
Tuesday is the deadline for local authorities to finalise their budgets and decide where the axe will fall.
BBC - Posted 12/03/2014

Sixty Icon Minister on tour to monitor social landlords' building progress
Carl Sargeant, minister for housing and regeneration, will travel across Wales this week meeting with housing association and local councils to look at progress on building affordable homes.
Inside Housing - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Powers sought to rid streets of ‘unsightly' TO LET and LET BY boards
The council said this would focus on the Cathays and Plasnewydd parts of the city which it said are most significantly affected.
Wales Online - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Most deprived areas of Cardiff set for cash injection of £5.9m
Welsh Government investment will come from Communities First programme and will aims to improve health, prosperity and access to education.
Wales Online - Posted 11/03/2014

Poverty-hit areas in Cardiff to share £5.9m handout
Poverty-stricken areas in Cardiff will share nearly £6m over the next two years.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Your council, your money
Our councils' roles in our lives have changed dramatically in the last few decades... perhaps without us realising.
BBC - Posted 11/03/2014

Sixty Icon Retrofit improvements for Cardiff estate
The Welsh government is funding energy efficiency improvements of around 150 homes situated on Cardiff housing estate.
Housing - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Average Welsh worker 'has taken £1,600 pay cut since 2010', claims TUC
Trade union leaders say pay rises lagging behind inflation as 'cost of living crisis' bites.
Wales Online - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Wales 'clobbered' by council tax rises, says Conservative AM
Council tax payers in Wales are being "clobbered" by steeper rises than the rest of Britain, according to a Conservative AM.
BBC - Posted 10/03/2014

Sixty Icon Work on £230m Barry Waterfront regeneration scheme delayed
Work on the final phase of one of the biggest regeneration projects in South Wales is unlikely to be completed on time as a result of problems with ground contamination, the developers have warned.
Wales Online - Posted 09/03/2014

Sixty Icon New flood defences agreed for Ruthin's Glasdir estate
Work to improve flood defences which failed to protect homes on a new estate in Denbighshire has been given the go-ahead.
BBC - Posted 09/03/2014

Carmarthenshire and Blaenau Gwent councils set to make cuts
Two more Welsh local authorities are expected to vote for cuts in services and increases in council tax when they meet to set their budgets later.
BBC - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon 'The gloves are off,' says Tory chief amid plans to target Welsh public services' 'failure'
The Welsh Government’s 'poor' performance on delivering public services will play a major role in the Conservatives’ general election campaign next year, party chairman Grant Shapps has confirmed.
Wales Online - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon Pembrokeshire council boss survives confidence vote
The chief executive of Pembrokeshire council has survived more than a dozen separate motions of no confidence.
BBC - Posted 07/03/2014

Sixty Icon Cardiff's development plans will 'destroy' the city's quality of life - claim
A Cardiff councillor believes proposals to develop land in the city as part of the Local Development Plan (LDP) will “destroy” the quality of life of existing communities in Cardiff.
Wales Online - Posted 07/03/2014

Rhondda Cynon Taf council approves 4.5% council tax hike
Wales' second largest local authority gives green light to its revenue budget for 2014/15, which includes drastically cutting public services.
Wales Online - Posted 07/03/2014

Real reason for the misery of work assessments
Wales Online - Posted 07/03/2014

Council chief executive survives vote of no confidence after 14 separate motions
The motions related primarily to a Wales Audit Office report which said the council had made “unlawful” payments to its chief executive.
Wales Online - Posted 07/03/2014

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