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Housing Matters campaign
We are now calling on Welsh Government to increase the Housing Support Grant (HSG) in its budget for 2024/25.
Cost of living: latest research into impact on tenants
We're urging the UK and Welsh governments to act now and prevent social housing tenants being pushed further in to poverty by the cost of living. Find out more here.
Cost of living: how housing associations are tackling the crisis
As we campaign nationally, find out how housing associations are providing vital support to their tenants in Wales.
Staff or committee members who have recently joined a housing association can find the wide range of policies, regulations and jargon a minefield. This course will help to simplify the role of and activities carried out by housing associations, as well as demystifying some of the jargon.
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Living our core purpose
Our annual Governance Conference always presents an opportunity for leaders within our sector to take a step back, reflect and consider the challenges ahead.
Our 2024 governance conference will be taking place on 19th & 20th March 2024 and will focus on how leadership, underpinned by effective governance systems and culture can drive your organisation forwards to make the biggest difference for tenants and the communities in which you work.
We know that there are multiple, complex and competing challenges facing your tenants and your organisation. This event will provide time and space to celebrate the many solutions and opportunities within the sector and further afield and consider how you can maximise your impact.
What we’ve been doing…
£327m invested into developing new homes in 2017/18, a rise of almost 7% from 2016/17
5% increase in turnover for the sector, with £445m of that invested back into regeneration throughout the year
The sector now owns and manages 162,439 homes
Housing Associations in Wales directly spent £1.2bn in 2018, of which 84% was retained in Wales
The indirect supplier effect meant the total contribution to the economy was over £2bn
Housing fixed asset levels, before depreciation, are now shown at £7.4bn, a 7.2% increase from 2017