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CHC responds to Draft Budget - Investment welcomed but falls short for stimulus


The Welsh Government has today published their Draft Budget proposals for 2013-14. CHC believe that the draft budget is far short of the type of stimulus package being debated at UK level.

Yesterday Ed Balls used his speech at the Labour Party conference in Manchester to spell out...mwy

CHC responds to plans by David Cameron to stop Housing Benefit for those under 25


Nick Bennett, Group Chief Executive of Community Housing Cymru said: ‘Our members, Welsh housing associations, are working hard to implement and communicate the latest round of welfare reform changes. Housing benefit reform is already creating rises in homelessness applications and...mwy

Without investment and innovation, Welsh housing target would take 11 years to reach


An additional £5million for the Empty Homes recyclable loan, a mortgage guarantee scheme for first time buyers and an additional £6million for the Welsh Housing Partnership were announced as part of the Welsh Government’s Infrastructure Investment Plan for Growth and Jobs today. 


Moneyline voted Responsible Lender of the Year 2012


A social business that lends money to a customer largely ignored and unwanted by banks has scooped the prestigious “Credit Today: Responsible Lender of the Year 2012” for the second consecutive year.

Moneyline Cymru has five high street outlets in South Wales whose aim is to provide...mwy