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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

Newydd ranked amongst the UK best for development and partnership excellence
Newydd, a south Wales based housing association, has been shortlisted for two categories in the Inside Housing Development Awards to be held at the Hurlingham Club in London on 23rd November 2017.
HousingNet - Posted 16/11/2017

Sixty Icon Housing support for vulnerable people inquiry ordered
A £125m scheme to help vulnerable people live in their own homes is to be investigated by assembly members.
BBC - Posted 16/11/2017

Fewer people out of work in Wales according to the ONS
Unemployment has fallen further in Wales, according to quarterly figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
BBC - Posted 15/11/2017

Sixty Icon Wales makes first non-registered landlord prosecution
Nearly a year on from starting compulsory registration, Rent Smart Wales has made its first prosecution of a non-licensed landlord.
24 Housing - Posted 15/11/2017

NHS Wales 'best position' to cope with winter pressure
More money could be pumped into the Welsh NHS to deal with significant heavy winter pressures if needed.
BBC - Posted 15/11/2017

Blake Morgan Ranked Only Tier One Law Firm in Wales
Law firm Blake Morgan has been named as Wales’ leading legal advisor to the social housing sector.
Business News Wales - Posted 15/11/2017

The UK Government must make changes to Universal Credit in next week's Budget to avoid 'social emergency'
There are fears the benefits changes could lead huge hardship.
Wales Online - Posted 15/11/2017

Conwy four-weekly bin collections move a step closer
People in Conwy county could soon become the first in Wales to have their refuse bins emptied once every four weeks.
BBC - Posted 15/11/2017

Sixty Icon Conwy second home tax hike proposal scrapped
A planned hike in council tax for second homes and long term empty properties in Conwy is to be scrapped.
BBC - Posted 15/11/2017

Sixty Icon UK House Price Index Wales: September 2017
In Wales, the average price increased by 5.3% in the year to September 2017 (up from 4.4% in the year to August 2017).
GOV.UK - Posted 14/11/2017

Bid for Wales and Scotland 'veto' power on Brexit bill
Wales could be given the power to block key Brexit legislation if MPs agree to proposals put forward by Plaid Cymru.
BBC - Posted 14/11/2017

Llanelli's Ty'r Gelli tenants set for £33k water rebate
Tenants living in a sheltered housing scheme in Carmarthenshire are set to be refunded more than £33,000 after being overcharged on their water bills.
BBC - Posted 14/11/2017

Paralympian's specially adapted car was taken away after nearly 20 years because of benefit changes
Kenny Churchill said he has to travel by bus for five hours each day to get to and from work.
Wales Online - Posted 14/11/2017

Sixty Icon Gates are now blocking homeless people from sleeping under shelter in doorways in a city street
A social housing provider has said it follows reports of anti-social behaviour.
Wales Online - Posted 14/11/2017

Sixty Icon Caerphilly Council hits back over Wales Audit Office housing report
Caerphilly County Borough Council has hit back over claims the authority is unlikely to meet a national council house improvement deadline.
Caerphilly Observer - Posted 13/11/2017

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