Hello, we represent all the housing associations in Wales
How to explore and get the most from our new website
We've put together some bite-size videos and FAQs to help you navigate our new website.
Grow your knowledge by booking onto one of our events
To access member discounts (where applicable), you'll need to register an account, even if you had an account on our old website.
Training: 4416 - Lies, Truths and Statistics
Every statistic tells a story but is the story you are being told the truth? How confident can we be that what we hear is true? How can you ensure the stories we tell stand up to the scrutiny of others? How can you collect and present your own data in a reliable yet impactful way? As debates become ever more polarised, having the skills to read and use information accurately and effectively are essential.
4428 - Chairing Effective Meetings
Most of us know there is a huge difference between a well-run meeting and one without an effective chair. This course explores the difference between the two, and shares a set of skills, ideas and frameworks that help chairs preside over effective, efficient, and productive meetings.
4429 - High Impact Facilitation
This course offers an opportunity to reflect on your own skills whilst exploring facilitation techniques designed to help you become even more effective in your facilitative practice. The course will also explore the different approaches needed to facilitate in virtual, live and blended/hybrid environments.
4427 - Repairs for Non Technical Staff
If you are a non-technical person involved in any aspect of your organisation’s repairs and maintenance service this course is for you. The course will reinforce your knowledge of the legal responsibilities for repairs and also give you greater confidence in dealing with the technical aspects of the job.
CHC's Virtual Reputation and Relationship Conference 2022
Through this conference we will explore the issues impacting on and driving the reputation of housing associations and our relationships, and equip our audience with tools to tell their story to their audiences that matter most.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2022
Programme coming soon - open for bookings
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