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Has the student flats bubble burst in Cardiff? Developers say no and they will keep on building
A development in Roath has already said there is a lack of demand.
Wales Online - Posted 22/11/2017

Sixty Icon Empty land tax could hit investment in Wales, says AM
A proposed tax on ‘land banking’ – when developers speculatively buy land without plans to build on it – could discourage large house builders from investing in Wales, a Gwent AM has said.
South Wales Argus - Posted 22/11/2017

Sixty Icon These are the plans to transform the fortunes of the South Wales Valleys
The plans from the Welsh Government includes seven hubs for economic development and a Landscape Park.
Wales Online - Posted 22/11/2017

Budget 17: CHC set out welfare desires
Community Housing Cymru has outlined what they would like to see in tomorrow’s Budget.
24 Housing - Posted 21/11/2017

Sixty Icon Universal Credit 'a nightmare' say Flintshire couple
A Flintshire couple forced to go to a food bank after benefit changes say the new system is "worse than a nightmare".
BBC - Posted 21/11/2017

Swansea's considers Wales' first Human Rights City bid
Swansea could become Wales' first designated Human Rights City committed to helping "disadvantaged citizens".
BBC - Posted 21/11/2017

Conwy's four-weekly bin collection plans get 'no' vote
Plans to collect refuse bins in Conwy county once every four weeks have been voted against by a council committee.
BBC - Posted 21/11/2017

Male domestic abuse victim 'frightened to leave the house'
A man who escaped from his abusive wife and moved into a refuge said it got to the point where he was "too frightened to leave the house".
BBC - Posted 20/11/2017

Sixty Icon A second student flats block in Cardiff wants to change its use as rooms sit empty
The management company says it is advising block owners to seek alternative uses for properties.
Wales Online - Posted 20/11/2017

Sixty Icon The Welsh village that became a town is now a village again after an angry backlash and a u-turn
It was a town for just 36 days.
Wales Online - Posted 20/11/2017

Sixty Icon Fly-tipping: Asbestos rubbish dumping hits 10-year high
The number of incidents of asbestos fly-tipping in Wales hit a 10-year high last year, new figures have shown.
BBC - Posted 19/11/2017

Sixty Icon Welsh Assembly budget increase criticised by council leaders
A planned £2.3m increase to the budget of the organisation that runs the assembly has been dubbed "galling" and a "joke" by council leaders.
BBC - Posted 19/11/2017

New Welsh housing minister promises to continue Sargeant legacy
Wales’ new housing minister has promised to continue Carl Sargeant’s work to provide homes for people in need.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/11/2017

Sixty Icon Dispatches from Cardiff: Community Housing Cymru’s annual conference
There was a mixed atmosphere at this year’s Community Housing Cymru (CHC) annual conference, held at the Holland House hotel in Cardiff on Thursday and Friday this week.
Inside Housing - Posted 18/11/2017

Sixty Icon 2017 – An extraordinary year
Stuart Ropke’s Annual Conference 2017 speech in full: 2017 has been an extraordinary year in so many ways, both in housing and beyond.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 17/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: A Wales where good housing is a basic right for all
Last year we built 2,207 new homes - an increase of 17% on the previous year.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 17/11/2017

If good housing was a basic right for all, people would be more prosperous
CHC’s Housing Horizons vision for the sector was launched at our Annual Conference on Thursday 16th November.
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 17/11/2017

Assembly commission budget to increase by £2.3 million
AMs have approved a £2.3 million increase in the budget for the body which runs the Welsh assembly.
BBC - Posted 16/11/2017

Sixty Icon PDF: Socio-Economic Impact of the Housing Association and Community Mutual Sector in Wales 2016/17
This report for Community Housing Cymru (CHC) estimates the economic impact of the CHC membership, in terms of gross value added impact, and direct and indirect Full Time Equivalent (FTE) jobs. It also provides a time series from 2007/08 to 2016/17
Community Housing Cymru - Posted 16/11/2017

Complaints handling by some public bodies 'disappointing'
Public bodies like health boards and councils should work harder to settle complaints to ease pressure on the ombudsman, an assembly committee said.
BBC - Posted 16/11/2017

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