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Sixty Icon PDF: Consultation Document - Draft Planning Policy Wales: Edition 10
This consultation seeks your views on the Welsh Government’s proposed revision to Planning Policy Wales in light of the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015.
Welsh Government - Posted 13/02/2018

Sixty Icon The Welsh Assembly gets new powers this year. How will they affect those in Wales?
As former Welsh Secretary Ron Davies once said, “Devolution is a process, not an event.” The continual adjustment to the original settlement demonstrate that it is a statement still as pertinent today as it was about 20 years ago.
CityMetric - Posted 12/02/2018

Welsh Assembly: Much committee work 'unnecessary'
Much of the Welsh Assembly's committee work is "unnecessary", according to a UKIP AM.
BBC - Posted 09/02/2018

Sixty Icon Hywel Dda health board facing bigger deficit
The health board in Wales with the highest level of overspending has seen its financial situation worsen.
BBC - Posted 09/02/2018

Sixty Icon Carwyn Jones could be replaced this year, says Labour AM
A Labour AM has said Carwyn Jones could be replaced as Wales' first minister and Welsh Labour leader this year.
BBC - Posted 09/02/2018

Sixty Icon The number of people living on Wales' streets has risen again
Intervention teams in Cardiff, Newport, Bridgend and Swansea all say contact with people living street-based lifestyles is rising.
Wales Online - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon How Cardiff council plans to spend £700m on city infrastructure in the next five years
Millions are to be spent on schools, affordable housing, roads, cycle lanes and more.
Wales Online - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Swansea residents set for 4.9% council tax rise
It has been revealed that money held in reserve could only keep the council running for one week.
Wales Online - Posted 08/02/2018

The damage to Wales' economy the Government the expects from Brexit has been revealed
The economic impact assessment the Government had been trying to keep secret has been leaked.
Wales Online - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Lower growth post-Brexit suggests UK government study
Official analysis suggests that after Brexit, Welsh economic growth would be lower than under current forecasts.
BBC - Posted 08/02/2018

Sixty Icon Is refuse collection once every three weeks encouraging rats in Blaenau Gwent?
The mum who took this picture fears it might be.
Wales Online - Posted 07/02/2018

Sixty Icon Thousands of new homes for Swansea would be 'disastrous' for already packed GP surgeries, say managers
One surgery said there was no capacity to deal with all the extra people.
Wales Online - Posted 07/02/2018

Monmouthshire among the fastest councils at processing benefit claims
Monmouthshire County Council is one of the fastest local authorities in the UK at processing new housing benefit claims, data shows.
Free Press - Posted 07/02/2018

Welsh Government to push Housing First forward
New policies on homelessness due to be announced to the Welsh Assembly today (Feb 6).
24 Housing - Posted 06/02/2018

PDF: Housing First (HF) – National Principles and Guidance for Wales
'Housing First' is a recovery-oriented approach to ending homelessness that centres on quickly moving people experiencing homelessness into independent and permanent housing and then providing additional support and services as needed.
Welsh Government - Posted 06/02/2018

PDF: Rough Sleeping Action Plan
The Two Year Action Plan to reduce rough sleeping reflects the concern of the Welsh Government and its partners at the recent rise in rough sleeping and the priority we give to reversing this.
Welsh Government - Posted 06/02/2018

Sixty Icon Rough Sleeping Action Plan and Housing First
The two year action plan to reduce rough sleeping reflects the concern at the recent rise in rough sleeping and the priority we give to reversing this.
Welsh Government - Posted 06/02/2018

Action to tackle homelessness
Rebecca Evans, Minister for Housing and Regeneration, will publish two new policy documents today which set out new approaches to tackling homelessness in a statement to the Assembly.
Welsh Government - Posted 06/02/2018

Sixty Icon Almost half of police officers not trained on new domestic abuse law
Figures show 43% of officers in Wales have not been trained to implement the coercive and controlling behaviour law.
Wales Online - Posted 06/02/2018

Sixty Icon Adverts on council websites raise £34,500 to boost income
Four councils in Wales have made more than £34,500 by displaying adverts on their websites in a bid to boost income at a time when budgets are being squeezed.
BBC - Posted 05/02/2018

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