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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

Historic Merthyr building reopens as affordable housing
Merthyr Tydfil's iconic Grade II listed Vulcan House is officially opening after a £2m redevelopment.
ITV News - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon Newydd raises £10 million to invest in South Wales
Newydd Housing Association has secured £10 million from private funders to invest in communities in South Wales.
Newydd Housing Association - Posted 24/01/2014

Social landlord raises £10m to invest in new housing
A social landlord has secured £10 million from private funders to invest in communities in South Wales.
24 Housing - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon National Union of Students Wales reveals “terrible” living conditions for tenants
New evidence from the National Union of Students Wales (NUS Wales) has revealed the terrible conditions that some tenants are living in with common problems including the inability of landlords to deal with problems such as damp, mould, lack of hot water, sewage problems and lack of heating.
Housing - Posted 24/01/2014

CHC gives evidence at Housing Bill scrutiny session
The National Assembly for Wales' Communities, Equalities and Local Government Committee today held its latest evidence session in the first stage of scrutinising Wales' first Housing Bill.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon StepChange Debt Charity sees rise in people with arrears
A debt charity says it has seen a 44% rise in people in Wales with arrears on essential household costs like rent over the last year.
BBC - Posted 24/01/2014

Sixty Icon UK Government defends so-called 'bedroom tax' after Welsh MPs raise concerns
More than £1bn is paid in housing benefit each year in Wales to support 250,000-plus people.
Wales Online - Posted 24/01/2014

Gwent leading the way in public service collaboration
A ground breaking collaborative programme is being launched today (23 January 2014) to improve the provision of high quality accommodation and care services to those with Continuing Health Care needs.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh council mergers could save £80m
Consolidation of the 22 Welsh local authorities could spark homes surge.
Inside Housing - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Government responds to Welsh Affairs Committee report on impact of changes to HB in Wales
The Government has responded to the Committee’s recommendations in its Report on the impact of changes to housing benefit in Wales, published in October 2013.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Welsh MPs lock horns over scale of recovery and danger of debt 'bubble'
Plaid Westminster leader uses Welsh Grand Committee to warn that case for North Wales super-prison will be 'shattered'.
Wales Online - Posted 23/01/2014

Sixty Icon Housing boss looks to build on group success
Housing association Coastal has hired a new chief executive.
Wales Online - Posted 23/01/2014

Network Delivers Affordable Homes in Rural Wales
A network put in place to address the shortage of affordable housing in rural Wales is making a difference in many rural communities, according to a report published today.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon Wales unemployment rate drops to 7.2%
The Wales unemployment rate has dropped to 7.2%, the Office for National Statistics has said.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2014

Sixty Icon Rising number of young Welsh adults living with parents, new figures reveal
Wales has seen the biggest jump in the proportion of young people in the UK living with their parents, at 27% - up from 24% in 2010/12.
Wales Online - Posted 22/01/2014

Wrexham Ty Nos night shelter cash secured for three years
The future of a 16-bed night shelter service for homeless people in Wrexham has been secured with a new funding agreement.
BBC - Posted 22/01/2014

Cardiff landlord Sangat Singh fined for illegally renting out a property deemed unfit for human habitation
A Cardiff landlord has been prosecuted for breaching an order banning him from renting out a property that was deemed unfit for human habitation.
Housing - Posted 22/01/2014

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