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Flint's new £3.3m housing scheme starts
Work is starting on a £3.3m project to build a new block of 33 apartments for people over 55 years of age in the centre of Flint.
BBC - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon Principality increases share of first time buyer market
Principality Building Society now handles a record high of 12% of the first time buyer market.
Wales Online - Posted 05/02/2014

Principality Building Society profits up to £28.7m
The Principality Building Society is reporting growth in its profits and mortgage lending in its annual results.
BBC - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon Flintshire council secures £800,000 to cut home energy bills
Some £800,000 will be spent to improve energy efficiency and reduce bills in 300 homes in Flintshire.
BBC - Posted 05/02/2014

Sixty Icon ‘£40m public money set to be wasted in Wales' due to bedroom tax impact on disabled people
More than £40m of public money is set to be wasted in Wales due to the removal of the spare room subsidy from disabled people living in specially adapted properties, according to a report by one of the country’s biggest housing associations.
HousingNet - Posted 04/02/2014

Sixty Icon Social services bill: Plan to give equal access to care
Plans to overhaul social services and make access to care equal no matter where a person lives have gone back before the Welsh assembly.
BBC - Posted 04/02/2014

Vibrant and Viable Places funding extended to £100 million
Funding for the Welsh Government’s regeneration grant, Vibrant and Viable Places has been extended to £100 million.
Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Sixty Icon Lord Treffos objects to bid to lift Anglesey land rights
A lord of the manor has objected to householders attempting to lift his claim of manorial rights over their land.
BBC - Posted 04/02/2014

Part of £100m regeneration fund used for housing
The Welsh Government has announced that part of its £100 million regeneration fund will be used to increase housing supply.
Inside Housing - Posted 04/02/2014

Sixty Icon Wales bucks UK new homes boost
The differing fortunes for housebuilders between Wales and the rest of the UK is being blamed in part in the lack of a Help to Buy scheme here until last month.
Wales Online - Posted 03/02/2014

Sixty Icon How can we help generation rent?
Investing in private rented sector is good for competitiveness and it provides a shot in the arm to the economy in terms of jobs and growth.
Wales Online - Posted 03/02/2014

Sixty Icon £100m in regeneration cash for 11 councils in Wales
Facelifts are on the way for communities across Wales after 11 councils were awarded a share of a £100m regeneration grant from the Welsh government.
BBC - Posted 02/02/2014

Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Carl Sargeant announces funding for fire sprinklers in social housing
The Welsh Government has announced funding for a project which will see fire sprinklers installed in social homes in Wales.
Housing - Posted 31/01/2014

Sixty Icon District heating scheme wins government funding
Plans for a district heating network in Cardiff using an energy from waste (EfW) platform have been backed with £245,000 in government funds.
24 Housing - Posted 31/01/2014

£100m Vibrant and Viable Places funding announced
The Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Carl Sargeant has announced the allocation of funding for the Welsh Government’s regeneration grant, Vibrant and Viable Places.
Welsh Government - Posted 31/01/2014

Sixty Icon Lift Off!
Julie Nicholas, Policy and Public Affairs manager at CIH Cymru reviews the year so far (and yes, we know it’s still January) and tells us about the four big things that have happened so far this year in Welsh housing.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 30/01/2014

Victims speak of terror at the hands of loan sharks
A grandmother and a mum-of-four have told how cash cards and benefits were taken as statistics reveal 40% more turn to loan sharks for extra cash.
Daily Post - Posted 30/01/2014

Sixty Icon In One Place - Mark Gardner
Last week saw the signing of the In One Place collaboration agreement between Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB), 5 local authorities and 9 housing associations.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 30/01/2014

“Welsh Government action to drive growth in the economy is working" - First Minister
Welsh Government action to drive growth in the economy is working, First Minister Carwyn Jones said today as new research is published showing tens of thousands of new jobs will be created in the construction industry in Wales over the next five years.
Welsh Government - Posted 30/01/2014

Sixty Icon PDF: Delivering More Homes for Wales
The report of the Housing Supply Task Force to the Minister for Housing and Regeneration.
Welsh Government - Posted 30/01/2014

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