The first-ever Welsh research report into the impact of Universal Credit (UC) from the tenants’ perspective will be launched in Cardiff today (Thursday, 9th March).
Community Housing Cymru (CHC), the membership body for Welsh housing associations, commissioned Cardiff Metropolitan...more
We have published the dates and venues for our 2017/18 conference programmes - please see below and put the dates in your diaries! You can visit our main conference section here.
Following extensive consultation with members, including four separate day-long events across Wales, Community Housing Cymru (CHC) has responded to the DWP/DCLG consultation on the future funding of supported housing across Great Britain.
UK Government intends to devolve the funding of...more
Community Housing Cymru (CHC) has welcomed news that Welsh Government will invest £20m in innovative new homes.
Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children, Carl Sargeant, announced the funding today (9 February) at the Innovative Housing Conference in Cardiff - a joint event between...more
Experts from across Europe are calling for action to tackle the shortage of affordable housing in rural areas of Wales.
The day-long conference in Powys is also about the importance of creating and sustaining local jobs if communities in our countryside are to thrive.
Sorcha Edwards is Secretary General of Housing Europe - the European Federation of public, co-operative and social housing organisations including Community Housing Cymru (CHC). It is a network of 43 national and regional federations in 23 countries. Together, they manage more than 26...more
Jonathan Hyde is leading Bron Afon’s work to promote the rollout of smart meters to its tenants.
We at Bron Afon offer a range of services to tenants and residents, however we are more than just a landlord and are determined to involve them in improving the communities in which they...more
The Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children, Carl Sargeant, has today announced that the Welsh Government policy for social housing rents will be maintained for 2017/18.
The rent uplift for social landlord properties covered by the policy for 2017/18 is 2.5% (CPI + 1.5%).