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Rural housing enablers are making a difference to communities in Wales says report
Rural housing enablers (RHEs) are making a difference in many rural communities in Wales according to a new report evaluating their effectiveness.
Housing - Posted 21/01/2014

Sixty Icon Wales council mergers: Cost could be £200m, says WLGA
Merging councils in Wales could cost £200m, twice the estimate of the report demanding change, said the Welsh Local Government Association.
BBC - Posted 21/01/2014

Williams Commission report calls for fewer councils
Councils in Wales should merge leaving 10, 11 or 12 local authorities rather than the current 22, a report has recommended.
BBC - Posted 21/01/2014

Report recommends cut in number of Welsh councils
Councils in Wales should merge into ’10,11 or 12’ authorities, rather than the current 22, a report has said.
Inside Housing - Posted 20/01/2014

Sixty Icon 2,000 people on social housing list for one Cardiff ward with just ONE flat available
Councillors have admitted there is a “critical” shortage of social housing in the city.
Wales Online - Posted 20/01/2014

Number of Welsh councils 'could fall as low as 10' under recommended restructuring
Report of Williams Commission recommends series of 'urgent and radical' changes to Wales' local government structure.
Wales Online - Posted 20/01/2014

Wales & West Housing retains top Best Companies 3 Star Accreditation
Wales & West Housing has retained its top Best Companies 3 Star accreditation and has been named for the fourth year running as one of The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisations to work for.
Wales & West Housing Association Ltd. - Posted 20/01/2014

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.
Welsh Government - Posted 20/01/2014

Sixty Icon Williams Commission report: Welsh councils await shake-up details
Details of a report expected to recommend cutting the number of Welsh councils are due to be revealed.
BBC - Posted 20/01/2014

Sixty Icon House prices boom in pockets of prosperity across Wales
New research from estate agents Savills reveals 20 booming housing markets around Wales where values now stand at over £300,000.
Wales Online - Posted 20/01/2014

Sixty Icon Bodelwyddan 1,700 new homes plan submitted to council
Plans for a major development including 1,700 homes, a school, care home and hotel near a village have been submitted to Denbighshire council.
BBC - Posted 19/01/2014

Sixty Icon Evaluation of the Rural Housing Enablers (RHE) in Wales
The evaluation explores the effectiveness of the RHE’s role, their management and the funding of these posts. It also looks at the barriers and opportunities that impact on their ability to deliver affordable homes in rural communities.
Welsh Government - Posted 18/01/2014

Report to call for Wales' 22 councils to merge
A key report will call for Welsh councils to be re-organised through mergers, BBC Wales understands.
BBC - Posted 18/01/2014

Carl Sargeant visits Haverfordwest site to see Welsh Government's Housing Finance Grant in action
The Minister for Housing and Regeneration, Carl Sargeant visited a site in Haverfordwest to see how the Welsh Government’s Housing Finance Grant is helping to fund affordable housing there.
Housing - Posted 17/01/2014

Sixty Icon 25,000 Empty Homes in Wales – my response to the Inside Housing article
I am obsessed with Empty Homes, completing a dissertation on the subject and working as Empty Homes Project Officer for United Welsh on the Empty Homes Wales project.
emptyhomeswales - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Video: Calls to scrap manorial property rights affecting Wales
The UK government is being urged to scrap a system of ancient property rights which are worrying home owners across Wales.
BBC - Posted 16/01/2014

Sixty Icon Call for action after statistics reveal 25,000 empty homes
The Welsh Government must take action to bring empty homes back into use after figures showed more than 25,000 empty homes across the country, opposition politicians have said.
Inside Housing - Posted 16/01/2014

The jumping-off point
Our first ever Housing Bill and a minister who has made building new homes his number one priority make 2014 a critical year for housing, says Keith Edwards.
Welsh Housing Quaterly - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon All change: the private rented sector in Wales
Julie Nicholas, Policy and Public Affairs manager at CIH Cymru, on the benefits of being two-faced in the new year.
Chartered Institute of Housing - Posted 15/01/2014

Sixty Icon Warning merging Welsh councils could cut 15,000 jobs
Reorganising councils in Wales could cut 15,000 jobs, the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) has said.
BBC - Posted 15/01/2014

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